H4: 12/17/12: The Aftershow w/Generalissimo Duane

December 17, 2012 by  
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12171204 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 4 – Duane remembers his good friend Frank Pastore, who passed away earlier today.

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3 Responses to “H4: 12/17/12: The Aftershow w/Generalissimo Duane”
  1. larrydag says:

    Just listened. Duane, you never need to apologize for celebrating someone’s life. In the week we’ve had as a nation this is exactly the type of show we needed. Thanks Duane. And thank you Frank. RIP.

  2. WC Windbag says:

    Agreed. Excellent tribute to Frank Pastore. Probably one of the better after shows you’ve done. I would be happy to listen to a few more stories.

  3. Doug Bentley says:

    Ditto the comments by larrydag & WC Windbag. It makes me sorry to not have known Frank, but as a fellow believer, I have the confidence that one day I will.

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