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Submitted by uriyya 957d ago | podcast

Episode 122 – Sandy Hook – The Walking Dead And Much More!

Welcome back to another episode of The Show Radio. In this episode Uriyya begins by analyzing the recent events that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Uriyya names all twenty six who were gunned down by Adam Peter Lanza and speaks about many of the common traits that we share with Adam Lanza excluding the recent events that took place at the school. Uriyya also encouraged the community to keep the family of the grieving in your prayers as well as supporting them with letters of encouragement if you’re led to do so. Uriyya then moves on and talks about the news that caught his attention this past week as well talks of the mid-season Finale of The Walking Dead and the Video Game Awards 2012. (Arcade, Culture, Industry, iPhone, Next-Gen, PC, Street Fighter X Mega Man, Tag Invalid, Tech, Xbox 360)

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