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Options September 13, 2011: White Riot discussion with Stephen and Maxwell

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  Tue. 9/13/11 7:05pm ?:

hello
  Tue. 9/13/11 7:15pm Listener John from NJ who lives in NJ:

Hey! I'm an "old," and it seems to me that white folks have been complaining about discrimination because they are white for a long time.

I say those folks are WRONG. I'm just saying that I don't think that this is a new phenomenon. Remember those court cases about "reverse discrimination" (the Bakke case?) from the late 1970s/early 1980s?
  Tue. 9/13/11 7:20pm rahrahrahrah:

punk contain multitudes
  Tue. 9/13/11 7:33pm kitten puppy angel:

This sounds like the McLaughlin Group.
  Tue. 9/13/11 7:34pm Marmalade Kitty:

religious punks?
no way..
  Tue. 9/13/11 7:38pm Marmalade Kitty:

defining punk..Don letts said it best on the Glenn Jones show back in 2006..
  Tue. 9/13/11 7:46pm dale:

i used to do tv spots for verizon. james earl jones would sit around reading guns and ammo and soldier of fortune in his green room.
  Tue. 9/13/11 7:47pm dale:

he collected for his son (or so he said).
  Tue. 9/13/11 7:48pm Listener John from NJ who lives in NJ:

Hey, they also have "birds of prey flight demonstrations" at the New Jersey Wild Outdoor Expo . . .
  Tue. 9/13/11 7:49pm dale:

he collected for his son (or so he said).
  Tue. 9/13/11 7:49pm dale:

wtf?
  Tue. 9/13/11 7:53pm dale:

compostatoriums
  Tue. 9/13/11 7:53pm Frank from New York:

Have either of you read Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers? It goes into some detail about the alternatives to cremation you've been talking about.
  Tue. 9/13/11 7:55pm Listener Terry:

Ahem... "Dwarf" is RACIST y'all.
Jest sayin'.
  Tue. 9/13/11 7:58pm depressed Persian cab driver:

Thanks for the mention, but this is not the week I want to be thinking harder about racism. I look around and see the different immigrant groups here mostly living apart, and they do this by choice. For the most part, urban people in particular live very separately (except as far as work requires) by race and social strata. I am like the less optimistic Tocqueville about this country in 2011.
  Tue. 9/13/11 7:59pm Listener Terry:

It is a joke. (Jest)
  Tue. 9/13/11 8:00pm rahrahrahrah:

I liked it better when you guys had no idea what the name of Mac's show was.

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