Matt Fisher talks about Progressive Insurance providing legal counsel to the driver who killed his sister, and the worldwide response to his story. Also, a laid-off worker opens fire near the Empire State Building, Bloomberg says homeless shelters are too pleasant, and Romney makes a birther joke. Also, the incredible listener mail just keeps coming.
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