Date: Wed November 28, 2012
Show: KIRO Radio at Night
Should you be ordered to say grace when you're visiting a friend's house for dinner? Pat Cashman and Lisa Foster discuss the awkwardness of asking guests to pray when they may not want to pray. He has some advise for surviving TSA while flying. Tim Burgess is off on the wrong foot it seems in the wake of his announcement to run as Mayor of Seattle. He met with an editor at The Stranger to give them an exclusive scoop, only he ended up out scooping them. When NYU sophomore Max Wiseltier received an email from NYU's Bursar office about a new, electronic tuition form, he wasn't sure what to do so, he forwarded it to his mother, only he actually had forwarded it to the entire 39,979 NYU students. Dave Tavres of Peculiar Podcast had a similar experience at Microsoft, he shares his story with Pat and Chris.
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