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The Ray Lytle Show Tuesday August 27 2013
The Ray Lytle Show Tuesday August 27 2013

Bodine calls in to tell a story about something he saw happen on the streets of Springfield, Ray talks about Springfield’s fascination with picking through the garbage, A gas leak at the Lytle house could have been dangerous if not for Facebook, Pat Robertson is convinced the gays are trying to give people AIDS, Ray defends Raymond Poe, A former Springfield Mayor is mentioned as a major candidate, Listener calls and a final word about a young girl named Susan Baird who lost her battle with cancer.

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