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December 21, 2012

Tonight on 4802, host Chris Moore and our panel of regulars will be discussing some what were some of the biggest stories of 2012 including the re-election of President Barack Obama, Super Storm Sandy, the tragedy that took place at Sandy Hook, and much more.


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Tonight on 4802, host Chris Moore and our panel of regulars will be discussing some what were some of the biggest stories of 2012 including the re-election of President Barack Obama, Super Storm Sandy, the tragedy that took place at Sandy Hook, and much more.


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