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Exposed Vet Podcast Thursday March 19th at 7:00pm edt. Dr Craig Bash full interview.

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JB and Jerrel- March 19th is tomorrow.

However it IS here in full , March 17th , at top of the show list at the right of the forum pages-I hope no one waited until tomorrow to hear it BUT the shows are always archived. Good thing!!!!!

I taped it for my MP3 because I had farm business.I will listen later today.

Dr Craig Bash was on and I am sure it was a Great show.


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GREAT SHOW!!!!!!_ I just heard it and the TRUTH about the "list" is coming Out!!!!

I hope Craig Bash let's me know where the letter came from !!!!😊

Yippee this worm has started to turn,if you catch my drift.


If the show link is hard to find, it is here. The situation, in part,   is about near 44.03 on my MP3 and I wish Craig had more time to talk about it.



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Berta I am happy you liked it. We are objective on our broadcast shows. 

In the future folks may go go to the Exposedvet site or Facebook page to get the show links. 


Thank you for your support and keep on swinging for the fences. 



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I just kibbitzed with Dr B online and forgot to ask him  where the letter came from.


Maybe tomorrow I will know. 😃

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