Shawn reads a mean email before ML’s wife reads a mean email while Marc wonders whether he’s mean email-worthy and Joe is glad to be left out of the whole mess.
STRAIGHT DOPE: A Free Press reader, apparent Lions fan, and likely podcast listener, lights into Shawn about everything from his wardrobe to his verbiage, raising questions about “how subtle is too subtle?”
Tresa Baldas, ML and Shawn’s Free Press colleague, talks about some of her more controversial stories before Shawn pries some information about her relationship with ML. Check out these two recent reports:
Who deserves more credit on stories: Tresa or ML? Stories – long, and somewhat well-told – follow.
ML exposed a lying judge, then got sued by her son while the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission was exposing her lies. Read more about it here:
Reporters will do almost anything to avoid being a witness in a legal proceeding. So how did ML end up on the witness stand? Listen and learn – as well as hear some sound bites from ML’s testimony.
GEEK OF THE WEEK: The MSU Board of Trustees are this week’s geeks for a list of reasons that just keeps growing.
ROOM 7609: If you think about it, you don’t need us to tell what we’re going to play this week.
FEEDBACK: Shawn reads an email of questionable provenance while ML responds to a listener’s concerns about MSU.
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