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Today on O&A, we start today’s show playing clips of Ed Asner on Adam Corolla’s podcast. Apparently he is a 9/11 truther. Regis is retiring and we talk about The Simpsons and Family Guy and which one is more relevant. We announce that today is Most Embarrassing Tape Day for the staff and start the festivities with Travis and a PSA he made when he was 16. Troy comes in next to play us his demo tape from a band he was in a while back. We talk about the Camden police department and how they are shrinking their staff by 50%. Anthony got a shout out from Jill Nicolini on WPIX, so we play that. Jim tells us about the medieval torture devices he has been reading about and we continue staff aircheck day. Sexbagel comes in and plays the aircheck of the first time he was on the air. Roland is next, and we get to watch him as an intern on Carson Daily’s show. We talk about President Obama and his relationship with China. Finally, we end the day listening to Sam’s old rap group from college, the most embarrassing tape of the day. We play Opie’s old video reel to compare it and we get Sam’s mom on the phone to play the rap song for her for the first time. [Broadcast Date: January 19, 2011]
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