We are so excited to bring you another hilarious and exciting episode of Undebatable. In this episode, we touch on hot topics from the last two weeks since we had a mini break last week. Join us as we discuss the passing of Rush Limbaugh, explorer the engine fire from this weeks United flight sending debris falling from the sky onto the small Colorado town below. We also dive into the details of a new law in Indiana, allowing residence to purchase a gun without needing a permit. Lastly we also talk about how a small city in Mississippi called: Mississippi City, that is paying people to move there! Our guest this week is Miriam Messer, who is a Personal Concierge and Organizational Specialist. She provides an insight into her work and provides some tips for listeners.
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