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elsiesummers Donating Member (723 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jan-12-05 02:34 AM
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9. When I'm in the car I flip between Bloomberg Radio and Air America
And while I can't stand the mayor, I have to say Bloomberg radio talk show between 11 and 12:00 noon is better than the show on Air America. At 12:30 it's the same hosts and often the same topic on Bloomberg (beating a dead horse) and I like Al Franken better.

Usually (I'm babysitting the car during street cleaning) I just read a book.

I just don't find Air America to be something I like - although I hope they succeed. If I didn't read political news elsewhere I'd probably be an Air America addict. It just all seems like a rehash after reading politics on the web.
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