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Options November 17, 2011: OCCUPY WALL STREET: EVICTED

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  This episode of The Dusty Show begins at Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan on Saturday. November 13th, some 36-hours before NYC Mayor Bloomberg ordered in police to evict the Occupy Wall Street protestors. I had intended to do another program which focused on life inside the encampment, but the sudden eviction sent me back on the street to cover the proceedings. Hence, I had a lot of extra footage for this show. I ended up editing four-hours of audio footage into a one-hour program, dividing it into two halves --- Pre and Post-Raid.

I hope you have found these Occupy Wall Street episodes to be interesting.

An Interview with Nathan at Zuccotti Park
Camp Singers Perform "Revolution" by The Beatles
An Interview with Marsha - Knitting for the Cause
Drummers In The Park Keep The Excitement Level High
An Interview With Matt of the Clean-Up Crew
An Interview with One of the Drummers
The Drummers Address the Crowd on the Sidewalk
A New Valley Forge
The New Feudalism
An Unidentified Folk Singer Performs, Burn Baby Burn
This Machine Kills Banksters
An Interview with a Representative of 99 Doctors and Nurses who came to Protest
Singers in the Park Perform Roger Miller's, King of the Road
Interview with a Conservative Couple Observing the Encampment
A Liberal Man Enters The Conversation
Group of Singers Sing "Hey - Hey - Hey - Hey!
An Interview with Jenn Concerning the Trans-Gender Community and 'Queering OWS'
A Young Folk SInger Pleads For Donations
An Interview with Jeremy - Encamped Since Day One
Protestors and Med-Students Argue About Flu Shots
Young Banjo Player Sings "Which Side Are You On"? Written by Florence Reece in 1931 - Here's a Fine Pete Seeger Version - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N43Cm6ra0hY
  Greece and the Squares Movement
A New Mainstream
Another Young Folk SInger On the Sidewalk
An Interview with Eric - National Guard Member and Iraq War Veteran
Antony and The Johnsons  Crazy In Love   Options   Secretly Canadian  2009  MP3  Beyonce Cover 
An Interview with Antony of Antony and the Johnsons
  I wish I had been a better interviewer with Antony. I was a little intimidated and nervous. I may have annoyed him, but he was very gracious.
An Interview with Terry
Park SIngers Sing, We Shall Overcome - We Are Not Afraid!
Interview with a Visiting Alaskan
Drummers and Chanters - Whose Street? Our Street!
LIVE! Interview with a Flu Shot Recipient
Interview with Camper from Portland
More Drummers
A Performance by and Interview with David Peel and the 99%'rs
  I have been happy to see David Peel at the OWS events. His talent, humor, energy and conviction are an asset and a pleasure to behold. A true rebel.
Sugardog  Groove To Get Down   Options Tekno Acid Beat  Temple Records  1988  LP  Music During Tape Turn 
The Tape Turn
Announcement of the Police Eviction of the Protestors Courtesy of CBS' "Early" show, featuring reporter, Michelle WIlliams
An Interview with Ahmed, A Cab Driver in Manhattan - (as he takes me to Zuccotti Park just after the raid was announced)
  Ahmed took me to City Hall, where I then walked as far as I could before encountering police resistance. There was a small group of protestors at the corner of Cortlandt and Broadway, a couple of blocks from the inaccessible Zuccotti Park, and I joined them and recorded some interviews and sound. All-the-while, the crowd was growing as people who had been at home arrived on the scene. The tension was palpable between the crowd and the police. Everyone was running on adrenaline.
Interview with Young Men Who Had Just Left Zuccotti Park During The Police Raid
Interview with A Pepper-Sprayed Protestor
A Group Of Protestors Announce A Move to Foley Square
An Interview with a Front-Line Protestor, Face-to-Face with NYPD Officers
Crowd Excited by the Arrival of More Police - The Crowd Chants, 'Shame!"
Crowd Chants - We Are The 99%!
Interview with an Evicted OWS Camper - Remain Non-Violent
A New America - All In The Same Boat
Young Woman Sings - Ole Ole Ole Ole!
Arrival of Police Buses To Be Filled with the Arrested
Fulton and Broadway
Protestor Confronts the Cops - 'How Does It Feel To Be Owned Like A F-----g Dog?'
The Protestors Re-Group
5:16 am
Communist Agitator Shouts - PBA KKK!
Testing Our Freedom (this man does get arrested moments later).
5000 Books Destroyed
Because We Said So
A First-Person Account of the Police Raid
Young Woman Sings The National Anthem
An Interview with Bill, A Vietnam Veteran - He Was Particularly Vehement in his Berating of the Cops in his Presence
Announcement Concerning Foley Square
Arrival At Foley Square
What Happened To Those Barricaded Inside The Kitchen (at Zuccotti)?
Various Reports
Twiiter Mention
Support and Solidarity for those Incarcerated
The Long-Standing Plan
Food on the Way Courtesy of Donations From Around The World
An Arrest - Crowd Reacts
It Hurts - Young Woman Scolds Crowd for Leaving Zuccotti
It Does Not Mean That We Lost The Movement
An Interview with Brendan Burke - An Organizer of the Security/Conflict De-Escalation Group (Brendan Has Appeared On Several of the Occupy Dustys)
Big Legs
Drummers Make an Early Morning Appearance at Foley Square To Offer Support
We Have to Fight For This!
Heading To City Hall To Protest Bloomberg Press Conference
Protestors Demand That The Police Admit Them Into The Press Conference
Protestors Decide To Lock Arms and Not Allow The Press To Enter Without Them
An Interview with a Protestor Just Released from Jail
If We're Not Allowed In ... They're Not Allowed In!
A Body Blow or a Rallying Cry?
Stand Up - Wake Up - Occupy!
Excerpt From Mayor Bloomberg's Press Conference Courtesy of Therightscoop.com
Crowd is Temporarily Excited At The Legal Prospect of Regaining Access To Zuccotti Park. The Bid Is Later Turned Down.
Policeman Tells Us To Move Off The Sidewalk At Bloomberg Press Conference
Rendezvous with Protestors From Foley Square - We Now March To 6th Avenue and Canal to Meet With Union Protestors
News Report Courtesy of 1010 WINS Radio in NY
David Peel Sings John Lennon's 'Give Peace A Chance'
The Clebanoff Strings  At Dawning   Options Waltzes  Mercury  ?  LP  From WFMU's collection. 
  So concludes another Dusty Show - one that was challenging and exciting to produce. It has been a profound experience for me, to document and participate in OWS events in the past couple of months. I have formed new friendships and had the opportunity to encounter many interesting and intelligent people from all walks of life. I appreciate your continued listening and support. Always Remember ...

Clay Pigeon

NYC - 99%

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Listener comments!

  6:07pm ?:

  6:08pm kata:

  6:08pm Clay:

Hi ? and Kata
  6:10pm Clay:

I am so tired. 1 1/2 hrs. of zzzzz. I sounded so zombie-like with Fab and Julie. Brainfry. Also, that kid who answered, "No," as to wether or not he loves America ... he went on to say ... "Well, I do like some of the people." So I kind of mis-represented him.
  6:13pm dale:

hey clay and jules. clay pigeon is the great mediator!
  6:13pm Matt from Springfield:

I'm finishing something urgent, but I was listening the whole time. SO GLAD you were able to go down on Tuesday morning.
  6:14pm dale:

i was gonna ask if it's a bit awkward or off putting when someone says they hate the u.s. do you ever want to say "why don't you move, then?'
  6:14pm Bas, NL:

Hey Clay, all your effort is showing... great interviews again.
  6:14pm Clay:

Dale and Matt ... good to hear from you.
  6:15pm kata:

I love when you ask: "do you love America? Such interesting answers..
  6:16pm Clay:

It's not awkward, Dale. People say all kinds of stuff for all kinds of reasons. North Dakota!!!!!
  6:16pm Clay:

TY Bas and Kata. Appreciate the kindness.
  6:17pm mike east:

Hey everybody! Boss let me out early so I get to listen live from home today. Great work clay!
  6:17pm dale:

very x-files, this flu shot thing.
  6:17pm cglenn:

enjoying the show Clay...
  6:18pm Matt from Springfield:

Mercury hasn't been removed from flu shots. The shot is only for that specific virus of the season, won't necessarily prevent you from getting the flu, could have adverse side effects including death, all to prevent an uncomfortable illness. That's why "I don't believe in" flu shots.
  6:18pm Dan:

Hi Clay! Listening out in San Carlos, CA.
  6:18pm Listener Dave From Seattle:

I probably wouldn't get a shot from some random dude in the park. But these people are a little over the top.
  6:18pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi Mike! But be proud--Uppercase Yourself!
  6:19pm Clay:

Thank you Mike and Glennard
  6:19pm BZ:

This woman freaking out about flu shots... makes me feel like my paranoia with injections is foolish. I hate pharmaceuticals, but people who scream Big Pharma Big Pharma can be hysterically taxing.
Clay, top notch!
  6:20pm Clay:

Hello Dan and Dave.
  6:22pm mike east:

@matt-Haha! Lowercase means I'm listening on the app...better reception but I'm lazy typing on this thing. I've got the magic Christian coming in the mail tomorrow btw!
  6:23pm Listener Dave From Seattle:

That guy is right. They need to vote people into the system.
  6:23pm Matt from Springfield:

@Mike: Awesome! Let me know how that is!
  6:24pm Clay:

I think I freaked Anthony out. I like him, though. Awesome singer. I apologized for ambushing him. But then he probably thought I was even weirder.
  6:25pm Matt from Springfield:

@Dave: True--but, a movement is not a policy. The pressure they have put on Wall Street has already circulated throughout the country, getting people to talk about inequality and plutocracy. People running for office might now focus on those issues.
  6:25pm Listener Dave From Seattle:

Do you walk around with a press badge or something?
  6:26pm Clay:

No Badge .... just act like I know what I'm doing.
  6:26pm mrmucho:

so clay is next week's show from Riker's?
  6:28pm Clay:

May be so, Mucho!
  6:28pm Listener Dave From Seattle:

Matt - I agree, and I understand that it is currently a movement. It really has done a good job of getting people to talk about these issues. There is a lot of talk now about "next steps". The Tea Party actually did a good job of sympathetic people. I think there is always going to be a disconnect between the elected officials and the 99% until some people get voted out.
  6:28pm Matt from Springfield:

I've been waiting for him to appear in your OWS shows!
  6:29pm other david:

Great insight into the protest Clay - historians, ethnographers, everyone, will be devouring this series of interviews for years to come. It's priceless.
  6:30pm Matt from Springfield:

I thought he would be down here, and I found out he indeed was. Clay already interviewed him at the Union Square Pot Rally! I was waiting for a clip of him here! David Peel and the Lower East Side LIVES!!
  6:31pm mike east:

A few weeks ago when you ended up interviewing the media (fox news, John Stossel) was amazing. Such a trip! Clay Pigeon is my source for the news!
  6:31pm Clay:

The Tape Turn
  6:32pm david:

the one and only David Peel
  6:32pm nate in madison:

Dusty Show. The best and most inspiring Occupy coverage to be had.
  6:33pm Matt from Springfield:

Like I said, Clay is the ONLY "newsmagazine" you need!
  6:33pm Clay:

Thank you so much for your nice comments. They mean a lot to me.
  6:33pm mike east:

absolutely true, nate
  6:34pm Matt from Springfield:

@OD: I just love it! :)
  6:35pm dale:

gotta say the mayor is a big douche for letting this swell, saying it's okay for people to camp out and then come in at 1 am with the riot squad.
  6:36pm Listener Dave From Seattle:

Yeah, this is the best coverage I have experienced. Most media outlets don't give a lot of detail. This makes it real.
  6:37pm kata:

I just learned Bloomberg is the 12th richest person in the country. You all probably know that already.. Not that being rich is "bad" of course...
  6:40pm phillip:

Great show as always Clay. I have alot of catching up to do with the last few weeks.
  6:41pm Clay:

I think I still have to 'fix' one of the Occupy shows. Phasing issues. Now I just dub to cassette like the good old days, and everything is fine.
  6:42pm Clay:

TY Phillip
  6:42pm david:

gathering in foley sq. is massive / folks crossing bklyn bridge http://www.emergencystream.com/video_streams/NY/NYC2/a.html
  6:43pm moose:

why cross brooklyn bridge?
  6:45pm Matt from Springfield:

Matt Taibbi: "What happened on Wall Street over the past decade was an unparalleled crime wave. Yet at most, maybe 1,500 federal agents were policing that beat – and that little group of financial cops barely made any cases at all. Yet when thousands of ordinary people hit the streets with the express purpose of obeying the law and demonstrating their patriotism through peaceful protest, the police response is immediate and massive. There have already been hundreds of arrests, which is hundreds more than we ever saw during the years when Wall Street bankers were stealing billions of dollars from retirees and mutual-fund holders and carpenters unions through the mass sales of fraudulent mortgage-backed securities."
  6:46pm Clay:

Man, I wish I was out there today. Had to finish this show.
Check it out if you can!
  6:46pm kata:

right on @Matt !
  6:47pm Matt from Springfield:

It's sad that NYPD raided Occupy Wall Street--but I agree with Matt Taibbi: when there's a massive police response, arrests and pepper spray to people exercising their First Amendment rights, yet no one in the skyscrapers above is held accountable, that contrast only supports their cause.
  6:47pm david:

Clay pulling an all nighter for the cause. Lovin it.
  6:47pm Clay:

TY Matt!

Cool David!
  6:48pm Matt from Springfield:

@kata: Thanks kata! Us Matts are doin' our part :)
  6:50pm Clay:

Brendan interview in this week's Village Voice (Page 8). Knows his s--t.
  6:52pm Clay:

I might need a better recorder.
  6:53pm david:

Brandon Trent D'arby
  6:53pm Matt from Springfield:

20 members of OWS have been marching from Wall Street to Washington DC, stopping by other Occupy GAs on the way. They're supposed to arrive on Nov 23--I may go down to greet them, talk to them.
  6:56pm Clay:

Do it, Matt!
  6:56pm depressed Persian cab driver:

Thank you for speaking with that cab driver. I, too, am sorry about this. Progress requires sacrifice... Now I am a little more hopeful and less depressed!
  6:57pm kata:

amazing show Clay, hope you keep yourself out of jail now.. Matt, I hope you bring a mini-cassette recorder too!
  6:57pm dale:

matt from springfield - is there a like button for that taibbi quote?
  6:57pm Clay:

Gotta Run. We are the 99%! Always Remember ....
  6:58pm Matt from Springfield:

@Clay: I oughta. Day before Thanksgiving, good occasion to get out of work too.
@kata: I only have a digital voice recorder, and need to get that fixed! :)
  6:59pm Matt from Springfield:

@dale: Type an emoticon for "thumbs up" on the comments board! Hey, IS there one?
  6:59pm other david:

just brilliant, clay
  7:00pm Matt from Springfield:

TY Clay! Happy Thanksgiving!

Always remember - Never forget!
  10:49am WoodyGuth3:

Great & inspiring show! I rushed home from work to listen, but missed part with WoodyGuth3 singing "Burn, Baby, Burn!" Last Sunday, someone at Liberty Park mentioned he heard me on your show, & I was very happy! Thank you & keep up the great work!
"We'll occupy wall street til we occupy your thoughts;
we're the 99% and we cannot be bought."
WoodyGuth3 (aka An Unidentified Folk Singer Performs, Burn Baby Burn" & This Machine Kills Banksters)
  6:13am Listener zero:

Enjoying these a lot. Whom to trust for good reporting on OWS but WFMU? Thanks!
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