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Ross and Burbank

December 10, 2012 - Hour: 1

Originally aired: Monday, December 10, 2012

Seahawks set a franchise record in their 58-0 rout of the Arizona Cardinals. Is it fun to watch a blow out? Did Pete Carroll run up the score? The first same sex marriages were held Sunday across the state of Washington. KIRO's Linda Thomas was at a wedding at the Four Seasons. She joins us. // A Pentagon official says a Navy SEAL was killed during the rescue mission in Afghanistan that freed an American doctor abducted by the Taliban. And two Australian DJs are speaking out after their royal prank call. // Psy (of Gangnam style fame) is still taking a lot of heat for some concerts he did a decade ago protesting the U.S. Military. But despite a petition to stop Psy from performing at the White House Christmas Party, he did so last night. // Police in Victoria, Australia, are warning motorists driving to the city of Mildura that they shouldn't rely on directions from Apple Maps. If they do, they might end up stranded in the outback. Two University of Colorado students have been arrested to giving pot brownies to their professor and class.

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