Friday Follies for September 21, 2012

This will be short today. Many events this week is catching up with me.  The cold front that went through last night isn’t helping.

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G. Gordon Libby retired from talk-radio in July but stayed as a consultant. Yesterday, they celebrated his 20 years on the air.

G. Gordon Liddy Ends 20-year Radio Run

By Eddie Scarry on September 20, 2012 1:30 PM

Conservative radio show host G. Gordon Liddy has retired. His final show was in July but the party celebrating his two-decade career at Radio America was held last night in a small room at Capitol Hill Club.

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Local boy does good.  Well, not good, great!  Tate Stevens, a local Belton residence and part-time CW singer, auditioned for the X-Factor this week.  The judges and the audience were at first astounded, then overawed. Here’s a video of his performance.

Ya did good, Tater!

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