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More about Kinky, with a Kevin Costner Interview and just general silliness 4-12-2014 broadcast - The AnE show

Today’s show was all over the place, we spoke a little more about Kinky Friedman and had a Kevin Costner Interview by Paul Salfen. Mostly we just rambled about life! 145 more words

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A to Z BLOG CHALLENGE...APRIL 12, 2014...LETTER K

A to Z CHALLENGE

Today’s letter is….. K

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KINKY FRIEDMAN

Richard “Kinky” Friedman is an author, singer/songwriter, humorist, and politician from Texas. 312 more words

Kinky Friedman - 4-5-2014 broadcast - The AnE show

Richard Samet “Kinky” Friedman is an American Texas Country singer, songwriter, novelist, humorist, politician and former columnist for Texas Monthly who styles himself in the mold of popular American satirists Will Rogers and Mark Twain. 177 more words

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The ANE Show Gets Kinky…Friedman

Dallas’ premiere radio show, The ANE Show, is no stranger to special guest stars. However, this week’s special guest is bound to make any Texan excited. 248 more words

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Kinky Friedman Spends an hour with The ANE Show this Saturday

Every Saturday morning Jim Proctor known as “Doc” on The ANE Show, a popular Dallas Talk Radio Show, has to control characters like James “The Spin Doctor” Schaefer and “The Guru” Josh Deaton as they take great pride in shocking the cast of characters with their outrages adventures across the country. 358 more words

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Civil Affairs: Friedman

CIVIL AFFAIRS

In a recent Daily Texan column, I bemoaned the “race to the right” that had emerged as a general Republican strategy and lamented the fact that ugly purity tests of “true republicanism” had become so common in the state’s primary contests. 166 more words

Pot poll, Part II

The Texas Tribune, in those infamous polls of dubious reliability, has released a new assessment of the popularity of cannabis in this State. The poll was also worded in a rather lame way, with loaded terms that stack the odds against legalization proponents. 523 more words