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Options September 20, 2012: Occupy - One-Year Anniversary

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  This episode of the Dusty Show involves the first anniversary of Occupy Wall Street in Zuccotti Park (Lower Manhattan - NYC). As you may know, I spent a good deal of time following the Occupy movement from its inception until earlier this summer. I am proud of that work and I continue to follow Occupy's movement with interest, hoping they'll be able to survive and evolve as they have thus far. Happy Birthday Occupy! Thanks for making this a very interesting and meaningful year, indeed.
An Interview with Frain in Zuccotti Park - Sept. 17. 2012
00:48 ----- An interview with Charles Jenkins - Transport Worker's Union - Zuccotti Park
02:15 ----- WGN Audio Clip Concerning the End of the Teacher's Strike in Chicago
02:25 ----- Protest Speaker Addresses Crowd at Zuccotti - We Marched!
Return To Forever  Space Circus Part I   Options Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy  Polydor  1974  LP  3:15   
An Interview with Tony Aiello of CBS News 2 in NYC - Zuccotti Park


Network Production Music, Inc.  Excerpts   Options Network - Demo  Network  1986  LP  3:54 ----- Radio production music behind Tony Aiello   
7:11 ----- Camille Rivera - Executive Director of UnitedNY
Radioactive Man  The Mezz   Options   RGC  2001  12"  7:11   
7:34 ----- Vocal NY Representative, Elizabeth - (Voices of Community Activists and Leaders)
8:06 - An Interview with Jennifer (Trans-Gender Activist) in Zuccotti Park
Chick Corea  Picture 1   Options Piano Improvisations Vol. 1  EMC  1971  LP  8:16   
11:19 ----- Mitt Romney Audio Courtesy of Univision Network - A Campaign for the 100%
11:38 ----- Stage Speaker at Zuccotti One-Year Annoversary Addresses Crowd
Gown  Taylor's Jam   Options For The Maples  Three-Lobed  2008  LP  12:03 ----- http://threelobed.com/tlr/tlr058.html   
12:48 ----- A Quartet of Folk Singers Perform "This Land Is Your Land" in Zuccotti Park
13:09 ----- Interview with Unidentified Woman from NJ in Zuccotti Park
13:43 ----- Report of Occupy One-Year Anniversary Courtesy of CNBC News
Robert Casadesus  Homage a S. Pickwick, Esq, P.P.M.P.C. (9)   Options Debussy Preludes (Book 2)  Columbia S  1977  LP  14:05 ----- 'My Country 'Tis of Thee,' melody.   
Jamey Aebersold  Mr. Super Hip   Options Nothin' But Blues Vol. 2  JA  Mid-'70's  LP  14:27   
15:55 ----- President Obama Speaks Concerning Citizen's United Ruling - Audio Courtesy of FOX News
16:16 ----- Charles Jenkins - Transport Worker's Union - Addresses Crowd at Zuccotti
Apex  Bangin'   Options   Marine Parade  1999  12"  16:20   
16:42 ----- A Man Arrested At Occupy Attempts to Find His Wife
17:12 ----- An Interview with Frank in Zuccotti Park
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  17:30   
19:08 ----- Female Speaker at Zuccotti Park - This May be Camille RIvera, I'm Not Sure
Blotnik Brothers  Elapse Current Loop   Options   Satamile  2004  12"  19:14   
19:57 ----- An Interview with Paul Just Outside the Barricades Around Zuccotti Park (An Onlooker - Wall St. Worker)
21:02 ----- VIce-Presidential Candidate, Paul Ryan (R), on CBS' 60 Minutes
21:19 ----- Interview with Paul (Not Ryan) Continues
22:30 - Barack Obama Speaking at Loyola University in 1998, Concerning Redistribution of Wealth
24:04 ----- Javonie Mashariki of Bum Rush The Vote Adrenalizes the Occupy Crowd at Zuccotti
24:27 ----- An Interview with Javonie Mashariki
Offshore  Aneurysm   Options Aneurysm  Big Dada  2010  12"  24:35   
26:22 ----- Protesters and Drummers in Zuccotti Chant, 'All Day, All Week, Occupy Wall Street.'
26:38 ----- An Interview with Justin Wedes - activist, educator, media-maker and community organizer.


28:52 ----- Charles Jenkins - Transport Worker's Union - Exhorting to Crowd
29:14 ----- An Interview with Occupy Legend, Lauren DiGioia
31:40 ----- Speaker, Echo, Addresses the Occupiers in Zuccotti
32:15 ----- An Interview with a RSCC (Revolutionary Student Coordinating Committee) Member from CUNY in Zuccotti Park
34:58 ----- Stalin Documentary Audio Courtesy of the Discovery Channel
34:15 ----- More CUNY Student ...
36:03 ----- An Interview with Brendan Burke - Occupy De-escaltion Team
Glen Scott  Sylk 130   Options Heaven  Giant Step    12"  36:09   
38:46 ----- Occupier and an NYPD Officer Discuss Barricade Placement in Zuccotti Park - Apologies for Inferior Audio Quality
39:32 - Occupiers Chant with Drums
39:46 ----- An Interview with Journalist, Adam Gabbatt, of The Guardian (UK)
42:12 ----- Kate Middleton Story Audio Courtesy of CNN
42:27 ----- More Adam Gabbatt
43:25 ----- Man Urges his Fellow Occupiers to 'Get Out of the Park and Into the Streets' in Zuccotti
Cy Coleman  Reverie In Topaz   Options The Ages Of Rock  MGM  ?  LP  43:57   
44:39 ----- A 'Live' Moment with You from the WFMU Studios
45:26 ----- Drummers and Trumpeter in Zuccotti Park
45:40 ----- An Interview with Echo in Zuccotti Park
45:40 ----- An Interview with Echo in Zuccotti Park
47:55 ----- Protesters Begin to March, Chanting A ... Anti ... Anti-Capitalista!
48:15 ----- Interview with Unidentified Female Marcher as the March Progresses Through the Wall Street Area
48:49 ----- Marchers Chant, 'Whose Street? Our Street! ----- 'Off of the Sidewalk, Into the Street!'
49:08 ----- Another Unidentified Marcher is Interviewed
49:29 ----- Marchers Chant, 'Banks Got Bailed Out - We Got Sold Out!'
49:41 ----- Marcher Damn Glad To Be Marching
50:20 ----- An Arrest Occurs and Marchers Chant, 'Shame! Shame!'
50:42 ----- Marchers Chant, 'Tell Me What a Police State Looks Like? This is What a Police State Looks Like!' - Cops Warns Marchers To Make Room on the Sidewalk or Face Arrest
51:04 ----- Observer Says, 'They're Wastin' Their Time'
51:25 ----- Glenn Greenwald Speaks on Amy Goodman's, Democracy Now
51:38 ----- Marchers Chant, 'One, We are the People, Two, We Are United, Three, This Occupation is not Leaving!'
51:54 ----- Romney Supporter Calls The Protest, 'Old News.'
52:16 ----- Mitt Romney Caught on Hidden Audio, Addressing Campaign Donors - Footage Courtesy of Mother Jones
52:45 ----- Folk Singer Along March Route
52:56 ----- Happy Birthday Occupy!
53:27 ----- Occupiers Chant, 'Whose Park? Our Park!
53:37 ----- An Interview with Jimmy, An Onlooker on the Barricades
57:34 ----- Man in the Subway Tells Me, 'Obama, Cha Cha Cha!'
57:38 ----- Occupiers Chant, 'All Day, All Week, Occupy Wall Street!'
57:48 ----- Unidentified Saxophonist plays The National Anthem along the March Route
Cy Coleman  Reverie In Topaz   Options The Ages Of Rock  MGM  ?  LP  58:18   
58:29 ----- Closing 'Live' Remarks from WFMU Studios
  Thanks for checking out this episode of The Dusty Show. This Occupy Annivesary program was special to me. I've invested a lot of time with this movement and, aside from interest in what they're all about, I've also made some nice friends and met a lot of fascinating people through OWS, so for that I am grateful, and I am grateful for all the hard work they have done and for all that they have accomplished. Though OWS has been much-maligned in the press and is often the subject of derision, I do feel it is an important movement addressing the most serious and compelling issues of our time. I wish them much success in the future and I will continue to monitor and report back occasionally, on their ongoing actions.

It's late as I am typing this, 4:46am, 9/21/12. The last day of Summer? I think so. Kind of sad. But fall should be nice, and winter to follow. I love them all, all the seasons, as I get older, and they become more precious and finite in number. I hope you are doing well, listener, and that you'll continue to tune in when you can. Don't be afraid to let me know what you think, pro or con, about the show. Your input is more than just important, you're soaking in it.


Until next time, take care and ...

Always Remember ...

Clay Pigeon - NYC

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Listener comments!

  6:01pm Philo Gristle:

Hi Clay! Kat's not typing but is listening and says Hello!
Avatar 6:02pm Clay:

Hello Philo 'n Katt!
  6:02pm Phillip in San Antonio:

Hello Clay! Any thoughts on whether Jesse Ventura will be running in 2016?
  6:03pm Ike:

Fabio said that Romney is "done" but unfortunately Fabs forgets that we're a nation of people who want to think they're "temporarily embarrassed millionaires" and a lot of them vote that way. Everybody wants to believe they're going to be rich. :/
Avatar 6:03pm Clay:

Hello Phillip. Don't know about Ventura. Hope all's well in Alamoland.
  6:04pm kata:

hey people - listening but working so maybe not commenting so much today ;(
  6:04pm david:

heh love the background music for the channel 2 guy
Avatar 6:05pm Clay:

Ike - Kata - David ... good 2cu.
  6:05pm Philo Gristle:

@Ike Yep, reality programming teaches lousy values... and most folk only listen to their corner of news, i.e. Fox and Rush, and the fair and balanced is lacking....
Avatar 6:05pm Clay:

Thanks, David. It's old radio production music from the 80's.
  6:07pm david:

Aiello supports Citizens United as "free speech." I suppose it doesn't hurt that billions are being dumped in the MSM's lap for these elections...
  6:08pm Cecile:

hey, clay, all!
Avatar 6:09pm Clay:

Hi Cecile! How's things in Dinkytown?
  6:09pm Caryn:

Hello all!
Avatar 6:09pm Clay:

Caryn .. Welkommen!
  6:10pm sfrances:

Good evenin', Clay! & y'all !
  6:10pm Phillip in San Antonio:

Occupy Wall Street's Adbusters message was drowned out and watered down by the mainstream media.
Avatar 6:11pm Clay:

Hi Frances. Off to France next week!
Avatar 6:11pm Clay:

Cecile ... are you in Michigan? Now I can't recall. Y
  6:11pm Phillip in San Antonio:

Oh and trendy hipsters that didn't know what was going on.
  6:12pm Cecile:

Dunno, Clay - I'm 8 miles away! :D

anyway, have a great evening. See you later!
  6:12pm sfrances:

Hooray et Bon Voyage! I thought it must be *soon*! Visit Belleville if you can. I just got back from Portland,OR
visiting my old friends there.
  6:12pm Cecile:

No, I'm from Michigan but living in Minneapolis
  6:13pm Night Al:

All the occupiers should get behind Dr. Jill Stein of the Green Party. She's the only presidential candidate getting behind them. We are NOT a 2 party system...
  6:14pm sfrances:

saw this teeny tiny Occupy while in PDX: http://www.flickr.com/photos/francesrust/7952893276/
  6:15pm Philo Gristle:

Where in France, Clay? And if you go to Belleville, look out for the triplets!
  6:15pm Phillip in San Antonio:

Has Independent, Gary Johnson been getting any airtime anywhere?
Avatar 6:15pm Clay:

Hello Al!
  6:18pm Caryn:

The big news of the week here is a conglomerate announcing that it'll be firing 300 people, and on the same day, announcing extra bonuses to its' higher-ups (they got their regular bonuses in the spring, these are just EXTRA bonuses). Unbelievable hearing the rep saying that the layoffs are necessary because business is going bad, and literally within a minute, when asked how the company can give out bonuses, saying "hey, the company is doing really well and has plenty of money for these bonuses". What?
  6:18pm Night Al:

Hey Clay.....Greens assert that many Occupy grievances and demands match those of the Green Party. Green Party leaders said that Jill Stein's likely exclusion from the presidential debates means that Occupy's concerns will be banished from discussion ...
  6:19pm Caryn:

@sfrances: aww, tiny Occupy...
Avatar 6:19pm Clay:

A Sign o' The Times, Caryn.
  6:22pm other david:

"taxing the wealthy into poverty" - buh?
  6:22pm Caryn:

@Clay: It was the ridiculousness that those two statements should come right after one another that just baffles me. Sure, this happens all the time, but the companies usually have the sense to try and not make statements that directly and immediately contradict each other.
  6:22pm pierre:

Bonjour Clay !
  6:23pm sfrances:

I really wished I'd had a recorder with me---this was outside the city jail & a transgendered (male in process to female) was outside supporting his boyfriend who'd been arrested in the park used by Occupy.
  6:23pm glenn:

ha! i have more chance of being president than mittens does.
Avatar 6:23pm Clay:

Pierre ... welcome!
Avatar 6:24pm Clay:

Huh ... no Matt.
  6:24pm glenn:

  6:24pm other david:

For some reason Scandinavia is never mentioned by the folks who criticise Socialism and say it's synonymous with state violence and a complete absence of personal freedoms..
  6:25pm Night Al:

trade agreements and outsourcing...
the 2 parties have abandoned the middle class...
I've read the Green Parties platform and I'm afraid I'll be "throwing my vote away" on the www.gp.org...
I hope that doesn't mean another 2001 '100' vote Florida debacle allowing Romney to slide in, but I got to vote my heart this time. Obama's NDAA and Trans-Pacific Partnership(TPP) passage along with his lassiez-fare approach to the BP oil volcano have alienated me from his administration.
  6:25pm dale:

got my ears on, clay . . .
Avatar 6:26pm Clay:

Ha ha, Glenn. We may need Canadian Guidance. Triumph! Rush! Lorne Green! Neil Young! Joni Mitchell! Corey Hart! Peter Jennings! Dirk Nortameier.
Avatar 6:26pm Clay:

Hello Dale! That Buttercup place in Andes if good!
  6:27pm Caryn:

@glenn: hey, enough hacked electronic voting machines, enough people being told they are not allowed to vote and enough people being prevented from registering to vote, and Mitt might pull out a "victory". He could never win a legit election, but I'm having less and less confidence in the US voting system.
  6:29pm dale:

my friend is selling his house in roxbury so i don't get up there much lately. wanna buy a great house with a terrific view of the mountain where john burroughs is buried?
  6:29pm k8:

Jersey City in the NYT, but no mention of WFMU. fill the comments with WFMU-love! http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/09/20/jersey-city-a-love-story/?hp
  6:30pm david:

agreed Caryn, if the election turns into a nail-biter, it'll go to the GOP just like '00 and '04
  6:30pm amEdeo:

Oh boy, this makes me so happy to hear. Thanks Clay! Good to hear so many voices and thoughts. Makes me proud to be alive right now.
Avatar 6:31pm Clay:

Thanks for thinking of us, K8

Appreciate that, Amadeo
Avatar 6:31pm Clay:

John Burroughs and Jay Gould ... old buddies, Dale.
  6:33pm Philo Gristle:

@OD I never really thought of Finland (Scandinavia) as socialist, though I suspect from the US/GOP pov it is. Always thought Obama was centrist at best, and Clinton a moderate rightwinger...
  6:33pm kat330:

Does your flag get flak?
  6:34pm dale:

i went to slabsides last week - i think ford, firestone and edison used to meet him around there.
  6:34pm kat330:

Hi, Clay! I have a moment now to type. :)
  6:35pm Night Al:

Jetblue has $180 roundtrip tix from Tampa to La Guardia for October. Last time I was in NYC I smoked a doobie and went to the Met. I ended up on a stairwell staring at Winslow Homer's 'The Gulf Stream' for 20 minutes. I was alone with it for the entire 20 minutes. I could touch it and examine it from inches away. I was in the hall of portraits for hours! The faces of long ago intrigued me greatly. God I love NYC!
Avatar 6:35pm Clay:

Welcome Katerina!
  6:36pm seang:

Funk it up!
Avatar 6:36pm Clay:

We probably have 58% more Dunkin' Donuts since your last visit, Night Al.
  6:36pm kat330:

@Caryn: You've voiced my fear, too: The GOP will yet again steal the election. If I understand correctly, at least they are losing most battles to prevent poorer voters from even voting to begin with.
  6:37pm Caryn:

@PG: well, we did use to have a combined economy (free market with some government control and 3-year plans), the trialogue system, and a strong welfare state.
  6:37pm sfrances:

Make the trip, Night Al! NYC is still the best.
@Clay: really enjoying the show, been looking forward to your document of the anniversary!
  6:38pm kat330:

Clay, your voice sounded like Brando as Corleone there for a moment! :)
Avatar 6:39pm Clay:

Kat ... I think the left is cautiously uneasy. No one feels too sure about Obama's chances.
  6:39pm other david:

@Philo: Yup I think most of Europe and certainly all the nations that make up Scandinavia would be classed as socialist by GOP supporters!

What disturbs me, looking at the US from across the pond is, it seems like everyone says they "love America" but a vaste swathe of people actually hate other Americans, simply because they support a different party.

And the facts don't seem to really matter, if the right-wing narrative is that Obama is a socialist, well, Obama is a socialist, and they ignore any and all evidence to the contrary.

Mercifully though, there's Jon Stewart :)
  6:40pm Danne D:

Occupy The Playlist :)
Avatar 6:41pm Clay:

Seang ,,, Danne ... I failed to say hello.
  6:42pm Danne D:

Hello Clay :)
  6:42pm kat330:

I found this NYer article very enlightening:
Probably old news for a true political wonk, but I'd still recommend it.
  6:42pm david:

mahh, new yorkers are "nicer" when they hear a european accent...
  6:43pm seang:

Howdy Clay! Rock on!
  6:43pm Night Al:

C"MON!! We're going streaking in the quad! Lets Go!!!
  6:43pm other david:

Looks great kat, will give it a read after the show!
  6:43pm Danne D:

@david we're nice, just efficient
  6:44pm Danne D:

Whoa it's Clay in personal!
  6:44pm sfrances:

It is surprising and I'll admit, disappointing, that nothing did happen in the streets...no march...
  6:44pm kat330:

@OD: Yes, the inference from that is they only love the country's topography -- not the people.
  6:44pm Danne D:

Dang, Matt and Fredericks getting called out!
  6:45pm Philo Gristle:

@OD Besides what you say, from my euro-in-midwest perspective, the same is true of religion. Lot of people have blinders on and strong beliefs towards whatever they are geared towards. True of both left & right to some extent. Personally I'm just an ignorant agnostic. Yes? No? Maybe.
  6:46pm kat330:

Yeah, Danne, how 'bout that?! We should be scarce. ;)
  6:46pm Night Al:

I wonder how many OWS protesters are not registered to vote? I never hear any suggestions from them...
Maybe Jill Stein and the Green Party. She was out there with them a few days ago.
  6:47pm sfrances:

"I love irony, yeah." : that was perhaps the best answer ever to , "Do you love America?"
  6:48pm Phillip in San Antonio:

Killing Joke is perfect to listen to in these days of gloom and doom. Good raw abrasive music that saw it all coming.
  6:48pm Night Al:

Gotta get the money outta politics....it's not a true democracy if you can buy your politicians.
Avatar 6:48pm Clay:

I agree, Frances. Kind of incredible.
Avatar 6:49pm Clay:

They went to Iceland too soon, Phillip.
  6:49pm other david:

@kat: oh that would make a great comedy skit!

@philo: agreed - it's a shame so many christians aren't err.. more christian.. to people of a different viewpoint. That Jesus guy seemed pretty nice!
  6:50pm kat330:

@Night Al: The article I cited above describes the inception for how politics became a business.
  6:51pm Danne D:

lots of former cheerleaders in the occupy crowd
  6:51pm Phillip in San Antonio:

Should actually read they're lyrics. They are a very very strong message. Songs like Democracy, Age Of Greed, Money Is Not Our God. That band invented Nirvana.
  6:51pm Philo Gristle:

@OD Must've been that wife of his!
  6:52pm Night Al:

My friend says if Iceland can do what they did with their government, we can. Iceland has roughly the same population as Tampa, Florida. It's easier to transform a small country than a super power.
  6:52pm kat330:

@OD: Coward and topography in Private Lives: "Very flat, Norfolk."
  6:54pm kat330:

You got it, Philo! Behind every highly successful man is a good woman. :)
Avatar 6:54pm Clay:

Gotta go. Thank you for glistening! Take care everyone. Always remember ...

Clay P
  6:55pm Caryn:

"Show me on this dummy where Jesus touched you."

That "touching" expression just strikes me as funny.
  6:55pm Philo Gristle:

Thanks Clay! Remember!
  6:55pm sfrances:

Oh man, this guy reminds me of the apocalyptic stuff I heard growing up southern baptist.
  6:55pm other david:

Hehe, you don't miss a beat Kat!

Ditto Caryn!

Cya Clay, great show :)
  6:56pm Danne D:

Take care Clay :)
  6:57pm glenn:

blah blah freedom, blah blah socialist blah blah blah.
  6:57pm Night Al:

Opiate of the masses. I do like the help the lesser angle though...
  6:57pm sfrances:

Have a great trip Clay, et toujours se rappeler!
  6:57pm amEdeo:

Have a good one Clay.
  6:57pm kat330:

G'night, Clay! Sweet dreams all you wonderful people, USers and non!
  6:58pm david:

another great one Clay, thanks.
  6:58pm Caryn:

Bye, all, from over here in godless, socialist Europe.
  6:58pm kat330:

Oui, bon voyage aussi!
  7:12pm kat330:

@Clay (comment @6:35): Katerina? Does this mean you find me Witt-y?
  7:20pm Marmalade kitty:

Hola Clay!!
  5:36pm Matt from Springfield:

"There's been protesters near Wall Street for the last few days; "Operation Occupy Wall Street", the protesters are calling it. They have hopes of drawing attention to, and getting attention from, financial institutions and government officials whom the protesters feel have facilitated global recession and unemployment over the last few years. I wanted to get down in and amongst the protesters, and the people on the perimeter to find out what was going on. Let's do that on this episode of The Dusty Show." --9/22/11
  5:46pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey Clay! Matt IS here!! ;)
I transcribed that intro and posted it back in December, but wanted to post it again here, on the one year anniversary of me (and most of us other regulars here) actually finding out about OWS. I remember it well; at first I thought it was just another interesting Manhattan protest on the Dusty Show, but was so thrilled when it grew into the international Occupy movement. I'm also thrilled at this episode bringing the energy of Occupy back--and the return of Brendan! Lauren with the not-so-blue-anymore hair! And the other friends we've met in the past year.
  6:00pm Matt from Springfield:

While there aren't so many street demonstrations from Occupy anymore, Brendan's right; Occupy is a movement, Occupy is an idea--it's here to stay. Like the Civil Rights Movement in the '30s, it took awhile to deliver tangible change, but at least it started to move dialogue in that direction then. Occupy has already started to move dialogue forward; I hope it will continue to.

And who else to explore this new direction with than yourself, Clay! Such dedication, sensitivity, and consideration of all points of view. Just like your other episodes, this one showed how reasonable people can be, even if they have a different viewpoint (and how idiots can also be found among every viewpoint! ;) But as I sit here in Delaware, on my "reformist capitalist" vacay, I wish I could have live commented for this show, but feel so glad after listening to your Archive. Take care, Clay and fans! We are the 99 percent! And, always remember.
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