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Praise the Lord, and Pass the Measles, or, "Sex Drive-Ins"

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Tonight, on a Draft Day edition of the Never Daunted Radio Network, we go ugly early with a quick recap of all the self-righteous indignation surrounding last night's MTV VMA's (Which at this point is more an oxymoron than ever). Then we plow right into the news with a report that measles outbreak has sickened 25 people in Texas, with most of the cases linked to a church led by the daughter of televangelist Kenneth Copeland. It's important to add that the outbreak is related to the church's belief that proper vaccination is responsible for autism, which is apparently less preferable to death.

Next, need a reason to hate your job even more? The maker of Clif energy bars is one of a number of companies, that now offer workers sabbaticals. The practice, more common in academia, allows you to take a break from work after a given period, in order to recharge and hopefully return with innovative ideas and a renewed focus...or as I like to call it, "being treated like a human being."

Later, Switzerland, long been for its mountaineering, chocolate and precision watches, but also legal prostitution since 1942, is taking customer service to new heights with the introduction of open wooden garages, popularly called "sex boxes" for drive-in customers. What'll they think of next?

And finally, on tonight's edition of the Essentials, we celebrate what I believe could be the greatest album of all time: the soundtrack to Prince's Purple Rain. We'll share some cuts talk about how something so good can be used in a film so, so bad.

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

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