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Jenny Woo Talks Barney Frank, Charlie Sheen and Rob Lowe

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Mar/25/2011

Who is going to replace Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men?  That was the question DonBest.com TV host Pat Williams asked of our very own Jenny Woo this week as she interviewed from our Pensacola, Florida studio.

There were odds on this at Bookmaker.com.

Jenny’s choice:  Rob Lowe, who the two noted is “aging well”.

“I wouldn’t mind seeing him on there,” said Woo.

Jenny also informed Williams she has reached out to Congressman Barney Frank (who has her on speed dial apparently) to discuss recently introduced legislation that could potentially legalize online gambling in the US.  Our sources say “This is the one”.

Jenny also reports that March Madness betting traffic has been through the roof here at Gambling911.com .

 

Check out Jenny Woo at the Gambling911.com Pensacola, Florida studio talking to Pat Williams of Don Best here

 

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