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Nightline #882082

ABC Special for Friday, Jan 11, 2008

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  • Taped segment with Jeffrey Kofman (ABC), Gravity Assisted Mountain Biking founder Alister Matthew‡, and mountain bikers Jeff Classen‡, Rachel Studdard‡, and unidentified others re: mountain biking down the world’s most dangerous road in Bolivia.
  • Taped segment with Steve Osunsami (ABC), job applicants Latoya Wilson, Barbara Olds, Homer Duke‡, and unidentified others, Emory University Professor Jeff Rosensweig, Wal-Mart store manager Henry Greene, and Dekalb County Commissioner Larry Johnson re: issues related to the large number of job applications at a new Wal-Mart in Decatur, Georgia.
  • Taped segment with musician Rob Thomas re: his favorite songs.
  • Reporter(s):
    Kofman, Jeffrey;
    Osunsami, Steve
    Duration:
    00:32:00

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