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The Most, 04.15.08

Los Angeles County supervisors are considering new regulations for taco trucks, those hallowed (or hated) purveyors of East L.A. street food. They "just make the community look like there's no order," said one aide.

It's the BPP's most.

The taco truck tussle/ Subway groper could get life in prison/ Testosterone may affect market crises/ Amnesty International says China may have world's most executions/ U.S. embassy ready to open in Baghdad

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Fun to see you guys in action. Wondering, though, if you have any dancing / juggling talent or visual aids that would jazz up the video?

Sent by Amanda | 12:25 PM | 4-15-2008

So what is the reason some mosts make it to radio, but don't make it to the video? Is video bandwidth more precious than national air time? Are the presenters naked and can't be shown? Inquiring minds want to know.

Also, my beloved podcast is once again missing Hour 2 and I am sad. I think this is NPR's badness because I talk to other people who experience the same problem. The good news is that I can get this hour from the main NPR website. Yay! The bad news is that this is the only hour available from the main NPR website. Is it deliberate that both hours aren't available?

Sent by Dave Wiley | 2:07 PM | 4-15-2008

Oops. Spoke too soon. The second hour of the podcast on the main NPR site is only a few minutes long.

Sent by Dave Wiley | 5:44 PM | 4-15-2008