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November 16, 2011

Returning to the silver screen after 30 years with a new ‘Muppets’ movie... Kermit the Frog joins us for a feature chat. Are you tired of scanning your own groceries when you checkout? Craig Lambert discusses Shadow Work. Plus, Torquil Campbell returns with another Rant or Rave.

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