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I don't see any other way to ask this question. Last week with Pap, there was a topic on the use of metal implants in people. I have a friend with horrible results who I wanted to listen to it on my podcast. Somehow it got mysteriously deleted from my play er. Does anyone know which day and hour that was. I'm sure it was mid to late last week, but could be wrong. Or does anyone know a way to search this without relistening to hours of past shows to find it? Thanks, I'm a tech idiot. Barely learned how to download the podcasts!

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you might be able to get some help from the webmaster for this site, who can be reached via email at webmaster@thomhartmann.com . The webmaster may be able to help you find the podcast you are interested in.

I don't know if the topic on metal implants was from a guest or a caller; you may want to mention that in your email.

The site does have a log where information on that days topics is kept ... this might be the day you mentioned :

Hour Three: Defective medical device disfiguring women

http://www.thomhartmann.com/blog/2012/08/daily-topics-friday-august-10th-2012

other information about previous radio shows :

http://www.thomhartmann.com/radio/live-blog

a daily newsletter is available from the show by email, but I'm not sure if those are kept on the site.

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Thanks miksilvr.

The newsletter archive is over at http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs028/1102605880949/archive/110263973...

It was hour 3 on 10th August, at the start of the hour with guest Robert Price.

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