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November 26, 2015

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Today on The David Pakman Show / November 26, 2015 / Best of from October 5, 2015

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On the Show:

–Steve Almond, author of Against Football: One Fan’s Reluctant Manifesto, joins David to discuss why he has stopped watching football.

–A deal has been reached after nearly 5 years of mostly secret Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations.

–The 26-year-old “conservative Republican” son of a gun nut pro-open carry mom kills 9 people in a shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon.

–Sheriff John Hanlin, the sheriff handling the Umpqua Community College mass shooting, is revealed to be a Sandy Hook conspiracy theorist and pro-gun nut.

–Notable Amazon items…do radar detectors still work?

–Bigot Kentucky County Clerk Kim Davis is caught lying about her meeting with Pope Francis, which was not private and did not include a show of support from the Pope for her bigotry

–Democratic Presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders draws a huge 20,000 person crowd in Boston, Massachusetts

–Richard Dawkins and Bill Maher call out the “regressive left”

–A new study finds a correlation between porn consumption and less sexist beliefs

–Voicemail on real anger about autonomous self-driving vehicles

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