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The Ray Lytle Show Tuesday December 3 2013
The Ray Lytle Show Tuesday December 3 2013

Barb has another run in with the panhandling girl that spends time on 6th street and invites her to talk to Ray, she wont. Ray talks to someone who knows the girl and explains whats going on. A DJ in downtown Springfield is arrested in a case that Ray says just seems weird. Downtown Springfield is shut down over a mysterious powder that turns out to be baby powder. DJ EVO calls in to tell Ray all about his arrest. Dave Dahl reports live while the vote comes down for pensions and the Paul Walker conspiracies continue proving we have an amazing amount of imbeciles that live in this country plus MORE

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