Brian Gongol Show on WHO Radio - August 8, 2010
Severe thunderstorms preempted a lot of our show tonight, so we really only had a few minutes to talk about the regular "meat and potatoes" of making money and having fun. Hot on our minds tonight: Casey's is in a struggle to maintain its independence, as a Canadian firm tries a hostile takeover. And if the concept of foreigners taking over a company like Casey's gets on your bad side, you ought to be deeply concerned about the great American asset selloff that will have to take place if we don't stop piling on new debt.
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