Thom - more extended guest segments!

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Excellent interview/caller questions session with Chris Hedges on 11/9/10 Hour 3.

This is just a post is just a show of support for more extended guest interviews/sessions on the show (obviously for those guests that are willing)….it seems most of the time with the one segment guests, it fails to reach a depth of conversation that the typical Hartmann audience would like to see.

Thanks, and keep up the good work!

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I agree. It REALLY bothers me when there's an interesting guest on and an interview is cut short.

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Feel compelled to add my voice to the chorus on this one.

The hour with Chris was probably the best single hour of the TH radio show I have ever heard.

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Feel compelled to add my voice to the chorus on this one.

The hour with Chris was probably the best single hour of the TH radio show I have ever heard.

I can't begin to tell you how much I agree...that was the best interview ever. Apparently, Thom thought so too. Thom, if you are reading this....I could see the excitement in your eyes each time you asked Hedges if he could stay longer. ;)

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