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Options January 19, 2012: Occupy SOPA

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
Glen Scott  Heaven (Sylk 130 Remix)   Options Heaven  Giant Step    EP  Music at beginning of show. 
An Interview with Jason Amati - Board Member/War Resistors League - Interviewed at 60 Wall Street Manhattan
Some background on Jason
Black Sheep
Phil Krugman - NY TImes Columnist - Speaking on Income Inequality, Courtesy of FORA TV -


Jamey Aebersold  6/8 Modal Blues   Options Nothin' But Blues Vol. 2  JA  '70's    Music following Phil Krugman 
Jason Amati Continues
Cointelpro - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COINTELPRO
Police Infiltrators in OWS
Erykah Badu  Tyrone (Instrumental)   Options   Kedar/Universal  1997  12"  Music entering during talk of police infiltration. 
Higher Powers
Walter Cronkite Reports the Assassination of Martin Luther King - Courtesy of CBS Television
George Bennette  Chant de Extase dans un paysage triste   Options Plays the Preludes of Messiaen, The Fantasy Pieces of Del Tredici, and Portrait by Helps  Desto    LP  Music entering following Walter Cronkite 
Jason Amati - Drawing Inspiration from Martin Luther King
The Police  Synchronicity I   Options Synchronicty  A&M  1983     
The Hand is Beating Us and Smacking Us
The Cop In The Head
Blue  Gravity Pull   Options   Street Beats    12"  Music playing until the conclusion of Jason Amati's Interview 
The Monkees  Mary, Mary   Options More of the Monkees  Colgems  1966  LP  From The Monkees 2nd LP. Wiki sez this: "Within weeks of the release of More of The Monkees, Nesmith lobbied successfully with the group's creators, Bob Rafelson and Bert Schneider, for The Monkees to be allowed to play their instruments on future records, effectively giving the quartet artistic control." 
An Interview with Mary (OWS Member) at 60 Wall Street - Manhattan
We're Being Brainwashed
John Barry  Science Fiction   Options Original Motion Picture Score - Midnight Cowboy  United Artists  1969  LP  Scary music behind Mary 
Peculiar Smell
A.C. Griffith Speaks on Chemtrails and Project Cloverleaf - Courtesy of 'The Power Hour.'
Emerson, Lake & Palmer  Toccata   Options Brain Salad Surgery  Manticore  1973  LP  Music behind A.C. Griffith 
Mary's Involvement with Occupy
"I Don't Know How They're Getting To People."
They Were Removed
Sehr Langsam & Ausserst Ruhig  Five Pieces for Orchestra   Options Music Excerpts From William Peter Blatty's The Exorcist  Warner Bros  1974  LP  Music behind Mary's explanation of people disappearing. 
Staying At The Church
The Husband
The Kids
Will Mary Stay With Occupy?
Chick Corea  Picture 1   Options Piano Improvisations Vol. 1  ECM  1971  LP  Music behind Mary's Husband, Kids, Occupy ... 
Peter Easton  Flex   Options Frequency Assasin  Hardstep Recordings  2004  12"  Music behind "Do You Have Friends ... " 
Strange People
Monks from the Abbey of Encalcat  Subvenite (Fourth Mode)   Options Gregorian Chants  Westminster  1971    Mary's Spiritual Journey 
Mary's Spiritual Journey
Push Too Far
Mary's Message of Peace and Love
Glen Campbell  My Baby's Gone   Options By the Time I Get to Phoenix  Capitol  1967  LP  Written by Hazel Houser 
  The following interview is just a partial clip of my original recording. Somehow or another, the first part of our my exchange with this young, 18-year old man disappeared - my computer telling me, "file cannot be found." Very disappointing. I attempted to salvage what remained.
Interview with a Young OWS Member at 60 Wall Street
What Am I Doing Here?
Douglas Trowbridge  The Farewell   Options Meadowlark Sampler 1985  Meadowlark  1985  LP  Music at beginning of the interview with the young man. 
Sex Pistols  Anarchy in the UK   Options         Found this clip on Youtube 
Clay's Lament
Jordan De La Sierra  Gymnosphere - Song of the Rose   Options Gymnosphere - Song of the Rose - Music for the Well-Tuned Piano  Unity  1977  LP  Atmospheric piano behind young OWS member, telling of his Occupy experience. Mickey Hart of The Grateful Dead has some loose affilaition with this music. 
The Direct Effect of Violence
Homeless and Hungry
Bloomberg and the Cops
Prince  Sexuality   Options Controversy  Warner Bros.  1982  LP  Stand Up! Organize! 
My Cushy Home In New Jersey
Can It Survive?
Bruce Springsteen  Badlands   Options Darkness on the Edge of Town  Columbia  1978  LP  Poor man wanna be rich Rich man wanna be king And a king ain't satisfied 'Til he rules everything 
Every Squat You Take
His Message of Peace and Love
Synergy (Larry Fast)  Terra Incognita   Options Cords  PAssport  1978  LP  Music behind his message of peace and love. 
Do You Love America?
Violent Disgusting Terrible Ways
The Rolling Stones  Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)   Options Goat's Head Soup  Rolling Stone Records  1973  LP  Keith Richard on bass. 
An Interview with Shelly at 60 Wall Street
  Note: Shelly is not an OWS member. She was waiting at 60 Wall to meet up with her daughter. She was, however, eating some of OWS' free food.
  Production Note - I have done the last two shows in a 95% pure Old Style Dusty fashion. Analog. Cassettes. Micro-Cassettes. Etc. ---- However. I AM employing a USB turntable. I still have my old Technics turntable, but I disconnected it and put it in storage. I need to hook it back up again. I am a bit rusty with my scratching and editing. ALSO - my RS-B11W dual-cassette deck is not as fully-functional as units I've employed in the past. It's an older model dual cassette, and they aren't as obtainable as they once were. Matter-of-fact, when you do get ahold of one, two-times-out-of-three they don't work correctly. I have a genius of a repairman in Marl Slaughter, No not that Mark Slaughter, but it is his real name. Anyway ... this present RS-B11W is a little slow-on-the-draw as far as pause button release action and accuracy. It makes precise analog editing that much more difficult. I'm making excuses, true, but it is a contributing factor adding to my rustiness and current second-tier performance in that area. Struggling? Yes. But who isn't. Now back to the show.
Shelly's Feeling on Occupy
Beet Soup
  Husband's Note: My wife reminded me that it's not beet soup she makes, but, rather, beet juice. It's an admittedly important distinction that I've now duly highlighted.
Blue  River Drive   Options   Street Beats  ?  12"  Drum 'n Bass behind Shelly and I's conversation. 
What Do You Need?
Money For Iraq
Hard Times In Newark
No Jobs
Very Depressed
The Streets Are Full
Vicente Gomez  Pepe Romero's Serenade #3   Options The Artistry of Vicente Gomez  Decca    LP  $1.50 in a thrift store last weekend. Loving it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLUxHEJ4kPM 
Barack Obama Addresses the Latino Community - Courtesy of MyBarackObama.com
Do You Still Believe In America?
Jamey Aebersold  Long Meter Jazz/ Rock   Options Nothin' But Blues Vol. 2  JA  '70's  LP  RIP Robert Bourne, my old high school band instructor, who gave me this LP. A great man. 
What Worries You Most About The Future?
Shelly's Message of Peace and Love
The Hollywood Sound Stage Chorus  Brother Can You Spare A Dime   Options Songs That Brought Sunshine Into The Depression  Somerset  old  LP   
Pressed For Time
Audiophile Records Sound Effects Team  Drums   Options Crazy Quilt - A Recording of Heterogeneous Sounds For Test Purposes  Audiophile  ?  LP  Music underneath Pressed for Time. 
  The show moves from 60 Wall Street to 3rd Avenue and 49th Street and the offices of Senator Chuck Schumer for a protest against SOPA and PIPA. See here for more information:


An Interview With Andrew Shea - Chairman of the New York Tech Meet-Up


An Interview with Andrew McLaughlin, the VP of Tumblr.


Opening Announcements by Andrew Shea
Stage Comments by Clay Scherke


  I have more links than Jimmy Dean!
  Audio flags a bit with Scherke. Uncertain as to why.
Stage Comments from John Perry Barlow. I did NOT know at the time that he wrote lyrics for The Grateful Dead, or, surely, I'd have sought him out for more information. Quite a guy. Link? Yes!


Synergy (Larry Fast)  Trellis   Options Cords  Passport  1978  LP  Music underneath Mr. Barlow 
Stage Comments from The Managing Director of the NY Tech Meet-Up - Jessica Lawrence


Larry Coryell - Philip Catherine  Twin House   Options Twin House  Elektra  1977  LP  This acoustic bluesy thing probably wasn't very tech-y, I thought to excise it, but didn't. 
Stage Comments from Alexis Ohanion of Reddit


  That's Weather Report in the background, but I'm unsure as to what specific tune it is. This is explained elsewhere on this playlist. I shant do it again. Why am I typing as if I am from England in the eighteenth century? I can't stop.
Stage Comments from Andrew McLaughlin, VP of Tumblr and former White House Staffer.


  Secret BONUS Dusty Show link!!!!


Stage Comments from Reshma Saujani


Stage Comments from the Chairman of MoveOn.org, Eli Pariser


  At this point, a prominent OWS protest organizer steps forth and suggests a march to Times Square to further spread the STOP PIPA/SOPA message. A few 'mic checks' later and the march is under way.
Marchers Chant On Their Way To Times Square
March Leader Exhorts to Onlookers in Times Square
  The rest of the show is generated LIVE in the WFMU studios
Wes Montgomery  Love Theme From The Sandpiper (The Shadow of Your Smile)   Options Bumpin'  Verve    LP  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0sipEKhIhc&feature=related 
Web Sites Down - Anonymous?
Trolling for Calls
Reject Pile
Marshall Jefferson  Drum Your Body   Options   Trax  1986  12"  I wonder if the hit song wasn't called Move Your Body? There are four versions on this 12". I like it! 
Mr. Lonely Phone
Caller Phil from Jersey
Christmas Tree
Phil's A Wrestling Coach!
Iowa Wrestling Lore
Caller Benny from Jersey
Scharpling Mention
Francis Lai  The Christmas Trees   Options Soundtrack - Love Story  Paramount  1970  LP  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJVhUF-3PhA 
The Arrival of Andy from Night People
Andy's Message
Failed Call
George Shearing  Early Autumn   Options Blue Chiffon  Capitol    LP  My dad used to love this and I didn't 'get it.' All these years later ... I get it dad. RIP 
  That's it for another Dusty Show. I hope you liked it. These playlists take for freaking ever! When they are done, however, I'm glad I did them.

I have enjoyed going analog again the past couple of weeks and will probably continue in that vain as long as my RS-B11W holds up.

I am nursing a bad cold as I type this. Wishing it would go away. My wife just brought me some juice. I have a new hat and my hair is getting really long.

Occupiers ... Keep Occupying. Everyone, thank you so much for listening. Take care and ... always remember ...

The Pidge


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Listener comments!

Avatar 6:03pm Clay:

Hello, my friends!
  6:04pm kata:

hi Clay!
Avatar 6:04pm Clay:

Hi Kata!
  6:04pm Caryn:

Hi Clay!
Avatar 6:05pm Clay:

Hi Caryn!
  6:07pm Matt from Springfield:

Good evening Clay!
Hearty hello to you, and to Caryn and kata!
  6:07pm glenn:

it's international clay pigeon appreciation day. canada represent.
Avatar 6:07pm Clay:

Good to see you, Matt. Thanks for dropping by.
Avatar 6:08pm Clay:

Glenn! Thanks! You know I appreciate Rush.
  6:08pm david:

doj, universal music, mpaa, riaa all down... whitehouse site reportedly on its way...
  6:08pm Caryn:

Just today I read a passage by Kurt Vonnegut (written in 1965) that I think the OWS wouldn't disagree with: "Honest, industrious, peaceful citizens were classed as bloodsuckers, if they asked to be paid a living wage. And they saw that praise was reserved henceforth for those who devised means of getting paid enormously for committing crimes against which no laws had been passed. Thus the American dream turned belly up, turned green, bobbed to the scummy surface of cupidity unlimited, filled with gas, went bang in the noonday sun."
  6:09pm glenn:

somebody has to.
  6:09pm Matt from Springfield:

@the woman speaking: THEY LIVE. WE SLEEP.

(If you don't know what this means, see John Carpenter's "They Live"--love that movie!)
Avatar 6:10pm Clay:

Hi David!
  6:10pm glenn:

which book is that from, caryn?
  6:10pm Caryn:

@Matt: "They Live" is awesome! Probably my favourite Carpenter movie (there may be objectively better ones, but I respond best to that).
Avatar 6:11pm Clay:

I like The Thing, Matt.
  6:11pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks for turning us all onto the Occupy movement. I didn't get to meet the OWS members marching to DC before Thanksgiving, but I did attend Occupy Congress two days ago! Talked to a lot of people, got plenty of photos!
  6:11pm ryan:

just found your station. really diggin it thanks for putting this on the air!
Avatar 6:12pm Clay:

That's great, Matt. I wish I could have gone. I've had a bad cold.
  6:12pm kata:

dang, I keep getting interrupted at work, bleh!
Avatar 6:12pm Clay:

Welcome, Ryan!
  6:12pm david:

I like that the Dusty Show background sounds we've come to love are back this week.
  6:12pm Caryn:

@glenn: It's from "God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater".
  6:12pm Matt from Springfield:

@ryan: Welcome! There's no one else on Earth who broadcasts just what Clay Pigeon does.
Avatar 6:13pm Clay:

Yeah, this one's analog, David. I like it, too.
  6:13pm Matt from Springfield:

@david: Ditto here!
Did Anonymous take down a bunch of websites or something?
  6:15pm david:

yes indeed MFS
  6:15pm Chris:

Come on Clay... if you haven't noticed you do tend to "push to far" with people. Not a criticism, simply an observation.
Avatar 6:16pm Clay:

Yeah, I do, Chris. You're correct.
  6:16pm cglenn:

Hey Clay. i was thinking how i admire your interviewing skills. And i appreciate your shows lately and getting a window into others worlds...
keep up the good work...
  6:16pm kata:

yes! John Lydon!
Avatar 6:17pm Clay:

Thanks, Cglenn. I worry that I've lost many listeners. Never intended to do so many Occupy shows, but each week I find myself continuing.
  6:17pm kata:

I like how Clay pushes "too far," most of the time the interviewee is so candid, and it's goddamn refreshing.
  6:18pm cglenn:

right on Kata
  6:18pm Matt from Springfield:

@Caryn: "They Live" may not be a Carpenter "genre" movie, but I also think it's his masterpiece, a great movie produced out of his great mind.
  6:19pm david:

The folks really pushing too far and exploiting interviewees are the mainstream media folks... IMO Clay brings an unmatched compassion and humanity to his interviews...
Avatar 6:19pm Clay:

TY Kata.
  6:19pm mike east:

Hey everybody! They let me go home early cuz I'm sick. Killin time before pickin up the kid. Glad to catch u live, clay!
  6:19pm cglenn:

i can dig your apprehension Clay. That's why i'm sending encouragement your way..
Avatar 6:20pm Clay:

TY David. Hi Mike!
  6:20pm glenn:

wait til it's warm again. occupy will be back, stronger than before.
  6:21pm Matt from Springfield:

Keep doing Occupy shows as long as it's relevant, Clay! Like I said, every time I wondered if you've been going with it for too many shows, the next episode keeps showing that the movement is still so relevant! No one else is showing the humanity of OWS!
Avatar 6:21pm Clay:

I think you are correct, Glenn.
  6:21pm Caryn:

@Matt: Ever see "Society"? Bizarrely jumps from "90210" territory to paranoid thriller to weirdo Lynch/Waters-esque characters to (finally) Communist splatter horror.
  6:21pm david:

occupy's washington d.c. actions on tuesday were massive - 1000s crowding front of white house and steps of supreme court...
  6:22pm kata:

yes! I love this guy's answer to 'do you love America' -- my sentiments exaclty. We are citizens of the world.
Avatar 6:23pm Clay:

Matt, I feel like I've had an opportunity to stick with it in the 'down time' through the cold winter months. Soon enough, the media will return en masse with the protesters.

David - I've heard the media downplayed the attendance. Glad it was well-attended.
  6:23pm Matt from Springfield:

@david: Ah, it's being reported now, retaliatory strikes on business and Justice Dept websites for taking down Megaupload.

@Caryn: No I haven't, sounds intriguing!
  6:24pm frances:

Hey folks! @Matt/Springfield: Good on ya for making it to Occupy Congress! I visited & donated to Occupy DC when I visited up there in Nov.
Avatar 6:24pm Clay:

This woman happened upon OWS at 60 Wall Street - she wasn't an OWS participant.
  6:24pm kata:

I feel a Newt sound bite coming on...
Avatar 6:24pm Clay:

Hi Frances - thanks for listening!
  6:24pm Caryn:

I think the way mainstream media ignore OWS (hell, Occupy Congress was ignored by many channels, including CNN) makes Clay's effort all the more important. Not only is this important and interesting programming now, this will also be an important historical record.
  6:25pm Matt from Springfield:

@david: I measured the route we marched afterwards on Google Earth--5 miles of marching in the streets! But I'm glad we hit all 3 branches of Government: Legislative, Judicial, Executive! And it was downplayed in the local media. (At least it made the front page of WaPo's local, "Metro" section).
Avatar 6:25pm Clay:

Wow, Matt. That's significant. Maybe you can phone in with an update for me.
Avatar 6:26pm Clay:

I just wish I were more intelligent, Caryn. I don't have the intellect to pull off some of the interviews with certain people.
  6:26pm kata:

that is very cool, Matt!
  6:27pm Matt from Springfield:

@Clay send an email to the address I'm using--if you like I can help you out!
  6:27pm david:

Right on Matt - you guys hit the trifecta!
  6:28pm Matt from Springfield:

Clay!--minus points for cutting yourself down to beg for reassurance! :)
Avatar 6:29pm Clay:

I suppose there was an element of that in there, Matt, but the insecurity is real and my statement was true, I believe.
  6:29pm glenn:

i'd like to be more self deprecating, but i'm so bad at it.
  6:29pm Matt from Springfield:

One virtual 100% position of all Occupiers is anger at the Citizens United ruling--it was intense on the Supreme Court steps, but cathartic! Some people really went to town, I thought they were going to be arrested.
  6:30pm frances:

Hi Clay! I never miss an episode--& you're wrong about not having the intellect~~you are smart & you bring a lovely, welcoming,challenging and patient -but not a doormat- vibe to all of your interviews--and that tone has never been more than now with OWS coverage (esp since it's totally ignored by media so most mainstream folks are clueless that efforts are still going strong)
  6:31pm mike east:

Nice one glenn
  6:31pm Matt from Springfield:

Clay, as a (unauthorized, non-)psychologist, and someone who also is a anxiety-riddled perfectionist, I do that myself sometimes. Insecurity can't be cured, but I know that cutting yourself down just kills your confidence, with no guarantee of people lifting you back up.
Avatar 6:32pm Clay:

TY Frances. You're nice! Your right, Matt. THIS is what I was looking for! hahahaha
  6:32pm david:

chuck schumer... he goes after rent-a-center but not PIPA...
  6:32pm glenn:

i think that's a stephen wright line.
  6:33pm frances:

i'm not nice, just honest!
  6:33pm glenn:

from personal experience, i know that people who are very good at something usually think they suck at it.
  6:35pm kata:

is this a group therapy session ? ;) [I got a 666 math answer! yow!]
Avatar 6:36pm Clay:

I didn't know this John Barlow guy was a lyricist for The Grateful Dead.
  6:36pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks for your solidarity with Occupy Congress, everyone! Here's my flickr photoset of pictures. Unfortunately my battery ran out quicker than I thought, and I don't have another! But it got dark soon afterward and difficult to take photos.

  6:36pm glenn:

after robert hunter.
  6:37pm Caryn:

On a slightly tangential political line: I'm just rooting that Gingrich's latest dumbass titbit (announcing that if he becomes president, he'll ignore the Supreme Court rulings he doesn't like) will turn off even the GOP-endorsed Supreme Court Justices.
Avatar 6:38pm Clay:

Gingrich is desperate.
  6:38pm Matt from Springfield:

All of them are posted, but not all are annotated yet. Proud to be an engaged citizen-photojournalist in the spirit of Mr. Pigeon!
Avatar 6:38pm Clay:

Yes, Glenn!
Avatar 6:39pm Clay:

Thanks for that link, Matt.
  6:39pm glenn:

about the only thing keeping the fascists who currently run canada in check is the supreme court. i support them unequivocally.
  6:40pm Caryn:

@Clay: I think it became obvious that Gingrich was desperate the minute his campaign put out those attack ads, where the whole point was: "You can't trust Mitt Romney because he knows how to speak French!"
Avatar 6:40pm Clay:

Matt - call me and give me an update on the Anonymous stuff when I play my first instrumental. 201-239-9368.
  6:41pm Matt from Springfield:

I'm still at work! Can't talk right now Clay...I can tell you that the DOJ site is back up, many images still not loading.
Avatar 6:41pm Clay:

Haha Caryn. Love your posts.
Avatar 6:42pm Clay:

OK Matt
  6:42pm kata:

good photos Matt ! thanks for sharing !
  6:43pm Caryn:

@Clay: Aww... a compliment from Clay really helps with my insecurities.
  6:44pm Matt from Springfield:

@kata: My pleasure!
@Caryn: Gingrich is always one step from falling apart, when he's desperate, it gets even better! ;)
  6:45pm Matt from Springfield:

@Clay: This was a short and busy week, next Thursday I could get out early and call to talk about Occupy Congress, if you're taking calls.
  6:45pm frances:

thanks for posting the link Matt, I just sent you a message via Flickr
  6:45pm glenn:

"newt" is not a name that inspires confidence in me.
  6:45pm kata:

um, actually I don't think it's very cool to pit "old media" against "new media" like that speaker just said. Collaborate bitches!
Avatar 6:46pm Clay:

Gonna go live. More later.
  6:47pm kata:

the "old media" do need some convincing though..
  6:48pm kata:

hey I just got into Wes Montgomery too!
  6:49pm Matt Fan:

He's infamous!
  6:49pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks frances! A co-worker into the Tea Party went to that. He may be one of the few to have attended that, and the Rally For Sanity. (I attended just the latter).
  6:49pm Caryn:

@glenn: yeah, I keep wondering which of the two, "Newt" or "Mitt", is the dumber, less confidence-inducing name. Of course, Romney's real first name, Willard, doesn't inspire much confidence either, what with the "loner controlling killer rats" aspect of it. Though the Crispin Glover connection is quite pleasing to me.
  6:49pm Matt from Springfield:

Yes Clay, and RIAA is still down! Down like the ground!
  6:50pm glenn:

crispin in 2014!
  6:51pm glenn:

or i guess it would 2013, wouldn't it?
  6:51pm Matt from Springfield:

Justice Dept having difficulties loading, might be a malicious script running.
  6:51pm Caryn:

Yeah, Crispin could decorate the White House with his fake eye collection! That would give visiting foreign dignitaries pause.
  6:52pm kata:

sing, Clay !
  6:52pm frances:

@Matt: I attended both. The former as a spy w/a camera , the latter as a fan/supporter

@Caryn: That Crispin cd is awesome
  6:53pm Caryn:

Will be counting presidential election votes here all Sunday and Monday. My candidate is currently 2nd in the polls, so rooting for a 2nd round and for him to get in there.
  6:53pm Matt from Springfield:

@frances: Re: the 9/12 photos, "Jesus Didn't Heal The Sick For Free Obama" "WTF??" W-T-F indeed!
  6:54pm david:

I love Clay's freestyle
  6:54pm frances:

This is my set of photos that Matt's referring to
www.flickr.com/photos/francesrust/sets/72157622421540406/ ;)
  6:54pm Caryn:

@Matt: Man, I must have missed the part in the Bible where Jesus demanded some sheckels before he healed the lepers...
  6:55pm Ray L:

Phil's sentiments seconded
  6:55pm Matt from Springfield:

"My hands are proprietary, leper. They don't come free. If you don't have have BlueStar or other insurance, you'll have to wait in line at the emergency healing room run by my Nigerian disciple. The line runs for days there.." :D
  6:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Great vid of guerilla theater at Sen. Levin's office, Tuesday morn:

  7:00pm Matt from Springfield:

Great show Clay! Keep it up the good fight!
  7:01pm jason:

great show as always!
  10:27pm Night Al:

The 2012 United States elections will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2012. The presidential election will be held on this date, coinciding with Senate elections where 33 races will occur, as well as elections for all 435 seats in the United States House of Representatives. Democrats are expected to have 23 senate seats up for election, including 2 independents who caucus with the Democrats, while Republicans are only expected to have 10 seats up for election. You can occupy anything you want, but if you don't vote democrat down the line this next election, you are siding with the 1 %.
  10:31pm Night Al:

How ironic and moronic it would be for any person supporting an occupy movement but not voting Democrat come November 6th, 2012. If you are an ex-felon, petition your governor for reinstatement.
  3:56am Srsly?:

@Night Al, Have you been listening to these? Obama signed NDAA, hasn't prosecuted any financial types, hasn't closed Gitmo, and passed Mitt Romney's healthcare plan. Do you really think there's a difference?
  1:34am Night Al:

Reality check. It's Obama or Romney. Take your pick. Dennis Kucinich is my choice, but he's not running.
  1:36am Night Al:

By not voting, you voted for Romney.
  1:38am Night Al:

I just wonder how many of these OWS protesters camping out are not registered to vote.
  7:27pm Marmalade kitty:

Great show Clay, fantastic series.
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