Episode 68 of Salt of The Streets Podcast!

On episode 68 Don and Offie remind us that the Democratic candidates don’t HAVE to make the next debates to continue to run, a recent New York Times article regarding the different “players” in the gun industry and Walmarts recent decision on guns and ammunition in their stores, Don and Offie arrive at similar conclusions on Walmarts decision for VERY different reasons, the roles that credits cards could play in a gun buying experience and in personal finance in general, the muddiness around the recent “vape related” sickness and some clarity is provided, how modern media lost legitimacy long ago, Daniel Radcliff and True Grit remakes and in SPORTS!! the Antonio Brown saga continues and reaches its “final” resting place.

Here are a few other episodes where we discussed guns

Episode 67

Episode 66

Episode 62


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