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There's Greggo, Pt. 492. Does He Like This Gig?

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For some reason, within the span of the last 15 minutes I received a handful of e-mails (and a phone call) from a few strong Friends of Unfair Park that all contained some variation of the following message: Go stream Richard Hunter's Rational Radio show ... right now! So I did, and, hey there, looks like Big Dick's got his little buddy back on with him today -- none other than Greg Williams. (Wait, am I even allowed to mention this? Isn't this Richie's beat?) Anyway. Yeah. Worth a listen. Or a visit: They're at the Granada! Go say hi.

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