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November 23, 2022 37 min
Clay and Buck list their favorite holidays and pepper it with a few comments about their Thanksgiving meal likes and dislikes. Clay calls himself "pro-turkey," though a caller gives a good case for his own perfectly cooked prime rib. Buck confesses: "I'm outing my Thanksgiving secrets... I put horseradish cream on everything and I mix my cranberry sauce with my gravy." Washington Post says Musk’s "free speech" agenda dismantles safety work at Twitter and bans reusable water bottles! Twitter was so broken, Elon found a closet of "#StayWoke" T-shirts. California finishes counting.

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