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Listening for the buzz in 107.1's vibrator race

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The folks at

107.1 FM/The One

are trying to find a way to differentiate themselves from their competitors at

high-rated KS-107.5

-- and what better way than a vibrator race between

DJ Turk

and Slick Rick, who co-host weeknights at The One from 7 p.m. to midnight? Only problem: YouTube disabled the audio on the clip above because of "an audio track that has not been authorized by all copyright holders." As a result, this radio stunt is silent. Still, listen closely as you watch these pleasure tools jostle. You may be able to hear the irony.

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