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Conflucians Say: The Good, the Bad and the Bankers

Which is which in the showdown scenario?:

Tune in tonight at 10PM EST for Conflucians Say where we’ll figure out whose gun is loaded and who digs.  That on PUMA United Radio (PURrrr)

16 Responses

  1. I tried repeatedly to get into the chat room on the radio show, and I kept having problems…frustrating. Fun listening to all of you though 🙂

  2. wow great show

  3. fif we all had trouble took me 10 trys and about 10 minutes

  4. oh and I will be hold ing classes of the fuzzybaer method of craetive spellung….

  5. It WAS fun, I got to talk to Little Isis!!

  6. I loved the show tonight but it went to fast!

  7. yea i could,nt get into the chat aslo but so what that was an awsome show

  8. of hey love that clip from the good the bad & the ugly\
    personly i think that that was the greatest shoot out in movie history

  9. I am happy I got to talk to you Katiebird! 🙂
    Great show guys, btw.
    Okay. Remember that video I mentioned when I first came on? The Chicago Tax Day Tea Party? Here it is:

    😀 That show was so much fun. Sorry you couldn’t come on Fif *pouts*

  10. glad to have been able to talk to you boogyman 😀

  11. Anywho, now that you all have the vid, good night. I’m off to bed.
    *kisses*

  12. night all tomorrow is a school day!

  13. The lost in her research Dakini apologizes for missing the show tonight and has posted a new thread while she toasts the Constitution and hopes to stop it from being further shredded in the names of her greatest grandfathers and uncles that signed it!

  14. Great show everyone!! I’m listening to the podcast right now.

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