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We hear a ton of anecdotes from "Cornbread Mafia", about the crazy true history surrounding an area just a little east of Bardstown and an "inconceivable" amount of marijuana. If you've read the book, you'll love hearing some background from Jim. If you haven't (yet), then prepare to be blown away. Good stuff! Plus Julie's trivia night, and a double dose of "Who Am I?" that our panel nails (but Jim not so much). check out "Cornbread Mafia" here:  https://www.amazon.com/Cornbread-Mafia-Homegrown-Syndicates-Marijuana/dp/0762778237/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=cornbread+mafia&qid=1550340536&s=gateway&sr=8-1   Locals mentioned in the show: Recbar in J-town Drake's Paddock Shops Speed Museum   Panel: Matt Keck, Julie Crawford, Madelyn Carey, and Jim Higdon         
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