Date: Tue January 15, 2013 Show: Andrew Walsh FIRST THINGS FIRST The NRA released a gun-shooting app on the one month anniversary of the Sandyhook shooting. Senator Murphy of Connecticut led the outrage against the game, which was originally classified as okay for kids ages 4 and up. // Andrew cautions people involved in the gun control debate to not get bent out of shape about the NRA's new app—the NRA is trolling and trying to obstruct the conversation. // Our obsession with finding a way to borrow other people's puppies continues! City Dog Share is a free dog-sitting co-op in Seattle that lets you browse their dogs and pick which one you would sit. Eric Husk is the founder of City Dog Share and joined the show to tell us all about how it works. // Leonardo DiCaprio paid $100,000 to charity to win a day with Bill Clinton. Andrew and Nick ask themselves and the listeners: Who would you want to hang out with? Andrew's choice is a little unexpected.