Your host has difficulties breaking on through to the other side, Cindy has difficulties with online dating in Zurich, and Dog Lover Amy has difficulties with the Christians. Noah tells us about a few cults, TMi DC correspondent "Chris" tells us the truth about Guantanamo, and Silicon Vally correspondent Val tells us about the healing power of tweets. Finally your host faces up to the fact that nothing will ever happen, soon.
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