Maritime Noon | Nov 21, 2012 | 53:08

Cartoon Concerns, Franchise Advice, More Stain Tips

NSGEU President Joan Jessome says a recent editorial cartoon depicting her climbing out of bed with NS Premier Darrell Dexter is sexist and offensive. But cartoonist Michael deAdder says that wasn't the intention, and she wasn't singled out because of her gender. Franchise law expert Tony Wilson gives our listeners advice on franchising. And you share more stain removal tips every butler should know.

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