Bluff The Listener. Our panelists read three tales about blind times, just one of that will be real
BILL KURTIS: From NPR and WBEZ Chicago, that is WAIT WAIT. DON’T LET ME KNOW, the NPR news test. I Am Bill Kurtis. We are playing this week with Eugene Cordero, Peter Grosz and Maeve Higgins. And right here once more will be your host, reminding CNN he is available should they abruptly end up having an opening for whatever reason.
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MARSHALL HONAKER: Hi, this really is Marshall Honaker from Dallas, Texas.
SAGAL: Hey, Marshall. exactly just just exactly How are things in Dallas?
HONAKER: You understand, thus far, so excellent. That being said, everything’s going pretty much.
SAGAL: Yeah, that is, i believe, the right point of view to have. Where do you turn there?
HONAKER: therefore, often, I would personally be concluding my master’s degree down in College facility. However with the pandemic, the college made a decision to go every one of the classes online. Continue reading „Bluff The Listener. Our panelists read three tales about blind times, just one of that will be real“