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Today on O&A, we start today’s show talking about Opie’s sister’s baking. Then, we move in to checking out girls at the gym. The Knicks have Carmelo Anthony, which is bringing Opie back into the game. We talk about old school NBA and the little shorts. We bring up the trouble of what’s going on in Libya. We talk about all the gas prices going up. Then, Louis C. K. joins us in studio. We talk about our upcoming interview with Donald Rumsfeld. Then, we bring up the issues in Libya with Louis. Louis talks about his upcoming gig and then gets in to what’s happening with small town businesses. Donald Rumsfeld calls in to the show and while Ant is asking serious questions Louis asks is Rumsfeld is a lizard. We end the conversation with Donald and talk about what Louis had just done. Finally we welcome Duff McKagan into the studio and end up talking to him about musicians who rip off other musicians. [Broadcast Date: February 24, 2011]

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