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Randi Rhodes, a Brooklyn native turned South Florida legend turned progressive talk radio pioneer, has been tearing up the airwaves for two decades and counting. A former secretary, waitress, trucker, and US Air Force aircraft mechanic, Randi began her radio odyssey in Seminole, Texas, which led her to Alabama, Milwaukee, Dallas, New York City, and Miami. In March of 2004, Randi moved back to New York to host the afternoon-drive program, The Randi Rhodes Show, on Air America. She is listed in Talkers Magazine's Heavy Hundred and is probably watching C-Span right now.

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