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Random Thoughts On A Dark & Cold February Night

Episode 283: Rumble with Michael Moore

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Academy Award-winning filmmaker and political provocateur Michael Moore offers his subversive and humorous take on the issues of the day and talks to a wide range of people from comedians and politicians to the people who’ve tried to kill him. Plus various mischief with Mike’s friends, family and the neighbors who don’t work for the NSA.
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On this episode of Rumble, I share my random thoughts on a dark and cold February night.

Episode Transcripts:

Ep. 283: Random Thoughts On A Dark & Cold February Night

Ep. 282: Weapons of Mass Balloonery

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 "Oh Yoko!" — Patti Smith & Tony Shanahan

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