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Only Mostly Dead, or, "Making Mountains out of Potholes"

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Tonight on a deceptively living edition of the Never Daunted Radio Network, we rise from the dead with a story that doctors were about to remove organs for transplant from a woman they thought was dead...until she opened her eyes.

Next, while we're on the topic of the nearly dead, a new report gives good news is that Americans are living longer. The bad news is that we're absolutely miserable. We'll see just how bad we're off.

Later, no good deed goes unpunished as we look at a couple of stories of people who get kicked in the ass for being decent people. First, A former Wal-mart employee says she was fired for confronting a customer who left a dog in a truck on a hot day this week. After being told it was none of her business, she was canned by her manager. Maybe in this case, customer service should have gone to the dogs.

Finally, a guy who also by "The Pothole Patchman," has taken to fixing city streets under the cover of darkness armed with buckets of asphalt and a sense of civic duty. But there's one problem: He's taking city asphalt without permission, a fact that has this Robin Hood of the Pavement in hot water.

All this and more, tonight on the Never Daunted Radio Network!