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What a Radio Bailout Might Look Like

John Pavlica has tongue firmly planted in cheek
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“Paul, I’ve got a great idea for a new government stimulus program that will help the radio industry; it’s called ‘Ca$h 4 Clunker$ - Part III – The Radio Industry.’ Tell me what you think. There is some fine print attached too.”

Reader John Pavlica in Toledo has some fun.
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