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TIL in 1986, ’60 Minutes’ ran a scathing exposé on the Audi 5000, alleging it could wildly accelerate on its own. However, their on-air demonstration used a rigged car to show falsified results. Gov’t tests later vindicated Audi but their sales had already plummeted. ’60 Minutes’ never apologized.

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TIL in 1986, ’60 Minutes’ ran a scathing exposé on the Audi 5000, alleging it could wildly accelerate on its own. However, their on-air demonstration used a rigged car to show falsified results. Gov’t tests later vindicated Audi but their

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YSK, there are simple tricks to consistently win on-air radio contests.

YSK, there are simple tricks to consistently win on-air radio contests. I have won dozens of morning radio contests over the last year. The trick is to understand the delay between the time the say something, till it is broadcast.

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