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Santa Clarita Gazette Radio Hour – July 18, 2014

Hosts: Doug Sutton and John Rogers
Guests from SCV Gazette:  Jessica, John Ethridge, Mr. Sports

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The Gazette Radio Hour- Friday, July 18, 2014

Doug Sutton was oozing with jealousy at the beginning of the latest edition of the Gazette Radio Hour. Anyone who knows Doug Sutton, knows he can snap at any moment. Like a heavy bridge ready to collapse over calm waters. Those calm waters being the metaphor for his co host John Rogers – who, much to Doug’s dismay and utter astonishment, took a personal vacation last week, resulting in his being absent for the previous program. Doug was fuming with every glance of John’s zen induced smile. That being said, Doug felt he deserved an explanation for why John feels he needs to jettison across the globe whenever he deems necessary, especially while everyone else has to go to work and put food on the table during a fallout of a terrible recession. John simply replied with, “Doug, you need a vacation.” Once the dysfunctional radio duo calmed down, they brought John Ethridge on air to discuss the local effect from national politics stemming from the Obama Administration, specifically about the illegal immigrant issue.

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Santa Clarita Gazette Radio Hour – July 18, 2014

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