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Replay: The Monkey Virus

In the first half of the program, consumer privacy expert Katherine Albrecht shared updates on tracking technology such as the RFID chip.

In the latter half, author, rock journalist, and paranormal researcher, Susan Masino, discussed the ups, downs, and fantastic stories of the multifaceted rock band AC/DC.

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Replay: The Monkey Virus

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Date: Saturday - September 11, 2010
Host: Ian Punnett
Guests: Ed Haslam, Bob Fletcher

Saturday's live program with Ian Punnett and guest Tom Krohmer was not broadcast as scheduled. In its place, a "Best of Ian Punnett" from 5/11/08 aired, featuring a discussion with investigator Ed Haslam about the 1964 murder of a cancer researcher which links to the JFK assassination and the contamination of the polio vaccine. In the first hour, researcher Bob Fletcher discussed Sonny Bono's mysterious death.

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