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Patrice O'Neal sits in for Jim Norton. We talk about radio DJ's and the radio business. We talk about our upcoming 10th-year anniversary in New York radio. We talk about Dubai. A mayonnaise commercial with gay people in it was pulled in the UK. Anthony doesn't have any black friends. Patrice can't relate to current music. We listen to Shaq's rap about Kobe Bryant. The kid who got his arm ripped off by an alligator is on TV. We talk about the Imus situation again. Anthony talks about Back to the Future. Patrice doesn't think there are any intimidating black guys on sitcoms. Kenny does traffic and weather. And we talk a bit more about Back to the Future.

Once we get to XM, we read the lyrics to the #1 song in the country. Patrice loves old rap. Louis CK calls in. We talk about pop songs. Hitler used to make bad jokes. We talk about Shea Stadium. Louis talks about being divorced. Stalker Patti comes into studio. We smell Patti's hand. We learn about an important part of Patti's past. And we play Line of the Day. [Broadcast Date: June 25, 2008]

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