Date: Tue November 27, 2012
Show: Ross and Burbank
A father in England sent his three adult children a letter telling them how "bitterly disappointed" he was with them. Kim Sheppard talks about the difficult relationship she has with her father. // Angus T. Jones, of "Two and a Half Men" fame, says to his viewers, "Please stop filling your head with filth." Dave and Luke doubt he'll give back any of his money though. // ROSS COLORED GLASSES: Warren Buffett, in a recent New York Times op-ed, took Grover Norquist's anti-tax pledge to task and argued in favor of a minimum tax on wealthy earners. But a Harvard economist and former Romney advisor points out that Buffet is very good at avoiding taxes himself. // Mariners are at the top of a list they don't want to be on. They had the largest attendance decline of any major pro sports team in the U.S. over the past 10 years. Dave and Luke think Seattle fans need to learn how to boo. Also, stop selling sushi at games.
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