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Gabatron – #20: Chicago Red Line Late Night Survival Guide

Keith survived his first week of riding the Red Line through Chicago at 2:30am. He thinks that’s a pretty monumental accomplishment.

An Oakland A’s fan is calling on Major League Baseball to add more protective netting to ballparks. Dan thinks they may have a point, but Keith says they should just toughen up.

A single dad in Pennsylvania is upset after he walked into a Target store with his daughters and saw an action figure of a scantly clad woman with a chain around her neck. It was a Slave Leia action figure. Isn’t it heartbreaking when kids don’t recognize the classics?

Plus, in the midst of the Confederate flag debate, a group wants to make Georgia’s Stone Mountain a little more diverse and it may be an idea that everyone who grew up in the 1990’s can get behind.

Dan Levy is a veteran radio guy who recently had his first child. As a single guy, with virtually no responsibilities whatsoever, fellow radio guy Keith Conrad has taken on the responsibility of keeping Dan updated on the news, pop culture and the world in general.

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Lawsuit seeks safety netting for MLB ballparks
Parents Outraged by Star Wars Slave Leia Action Figure
Petition: Add Outkast to Confederate carving at Stone Mountain
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