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- 09 / 06 / 22 -
A dreary day, it hasn't rained in a long time, how weather forecasters don't seem to be able to say that rain is a good thing, Kyle and Emmanuel go to the Shinnecock Powwow, impressions of the event and the community, having frybread for the first time, recommending the television series "Reservation Dogs," some facts about the Shinnecock Nation, Kyle and Emmanuel try to build a native network over the air, trying to understand HD radio in a loaner car, how WUSB remains crippled, wondering why buttons can't be in the same places in cars, questioning some of the features that new cars have, a Trump-appointed federal judge does Trump a huge favor by granting his special master request and blocking further investigation by the Justice Department, why this judge should have recused herself, Emmanuel escapes to his old records, an example of where women's liberation stood in 1946 through a song by Betty Barclay, a significant song by Lionel Hampton in 1946, the "white" version of this song, how this sort of music can be therapeutic, the relative ease of tracking down this material, words of hope.
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- 09 / 13 / 22 -
Trying to come to grips with momentous events, news about the Queen's death, the one time Emmanuel paid respects to someone lying in state, Kyle describes what was different about the last photo taken of the Queen, the code that was hidden in the BBC bulletins leading up to the announcement, what Operation London Bridge was, Emmanuel's suspicion as to when the Queen actually died, what was being broadcast domestically in the United Kingdom, how BBC America is now an awful channel, why it's important to respect the belief system of the British people, the best ways to question the monarchy, the quality of King Charles' speech, an interruption by Queen, how the British national anthem has now been renamed, memories of Queen's "A Night at the Opera," why it's wrong to arrest people for protesting against the monarchy, why it's not really the best time to launch a protest, how the rethinking of the British monarchy is inevitable in the future, centuries of tradition, some thoughts on Prince Harry, the Queen's funeral won't take place until next Monday, Stony Brook University wins a top award in rankings of universities, new rules in New York State require minimal standards for private schools, resistance to this by some Jewish yeshivas in Brooklyn and Rockland, Lindsey Graham introduces legislation to institute a federal ban on abortions after 15 weeks, more updates on the case against Trump, how the recent actions of a Trump-appointed judge have affected trust in the judiciary system, how this system is at least as broken as the monarchy, discrete cannabis sales have begun in the Shinnecock Nation, an upcoming meeting in Babylon will help decide where dispensaries can operate, another song to stand for.
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- 09 / 20 / 22 -
Recovering from the royal funeral, why people are mourning someone who was 96 years old, how this is different from a politician, the significance of people waiting many hours to pay their respects, the way even kids are fascinated by history in the United Kingdom, some facts about the royal succession, the significance of Prince Harry leaving the royal family, making a comparison to the "Game of Thrones" universe, there's a cricket in the studio, the importance of the "stick" in the changing of the guard during the Queen's lying in state, the myriad of little details connected with the ceremonies, why it's important to treat everyone with as much appreciation as the Queen received even if on a much smaller scale, some of the more emotional moments of the funeral, thoughts on the floral patterns at Windsor Castle, the importance of the minor things, the issue of King Charles and pens, fixation on a piece of paper at the funeral, how nobody noticed the spider, there will be a royal coronation next year, Trump's playing of the "QAnon theme song," how Trump's judges are keeping justice from being served, how migrants in the country legally are being targeted by racist governors, the ways they're being set up to fail, how Texans seem to be embracing this horrible behavior, doing a second outro.
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- 09 / 27 / 22 -
Kyle explains what he finds so amusing, spring is in the air, the Maritimes are hit hard by the remnants of Hurricane Fiona, most of Nova Scotia has no power, wondering why the nightly news program from the CBC called "The National" isn't broadcast anywhere in the States, the story of a missing kid after the storm and how it was covered by Canadian media, Emmanuel tries to remember call letters for CBC stations he used to pick up on AM radio, why crises like this are where local radio shines, the dedication found among many people involved in radio, the station is still on super-reduced power, wondering why Toronto's CBC station is known as CBL, how three of this year's storms have the names of kids from the TV show "Shameless," Emmanuel tests himself on names of "The Brady Bunch," how the upcoming hurricane in Florida could make or break DeSantis, why Hurricane Ian is something to worry about, the story of Doug Mastriano and his faltering race for governor of Pennsylvania, Emmanuel explains why he's registered as independent, how it's become impossible to take Republicans seriously, wondering how many immigrants will be helping Florida recover after the hurricane, how polls suggest that people in Texas seem to be embracing the abuse of immigrants and the denial of choice for women, wondering how Beto O'Rourke could be 50, how progressives are using wise strategy this year, why tiny steps are necessary before taking bigger steps, how people seem to be getting motivated to fight back, the January 6th hearing scheduled for tomorrow has been postponed due to the hurricane, the Texas Attorney General is reported to have run from his home to avoid getting a subpoena to testify in an abortion access case, how he threatened to use deadly force against the process server, unreasonable restrictions on where marijuana dispensaries can operate on Long Island, how this mostly hurts small businesses, wondering why such concerns aren't expressed over bars or stores that sell cigarettes, what the environment is like inside dispensaries, this week is the season finale of "Reservation Dogs."
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