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- 04 / 01 / 03 -
mmanuel has a realization that he's been on the wrong path, the 2600 website is now part of 2600.gov, words from Donald Rumsfeld, how six hours of panels at this year's ICON led Emmanuel to his revelation, how the government takeover came about, some of the mail that's been received in the last day, a warning to anyone who may have copied the website to delete it immediately, other 2600-related sites set to be dismantled in the near future, a warning about use of obscene words on the Internet, how the noncommercial part of the dial is devoid of conservative radio, the problem of "The War" stickers and how it can be resolved, an update from the war front, the treasonous behavior of Peter Arnett, a gun story involving curly fries, an audio confession from Peter Arnett, reaction to criticism of the war effort, future war plans, the problem with all the different points of view out there, a call from Vermont, a warning about Canadians, why it's important to love authority as well as obey it.
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- 04 / 08 / 03 -
here is snow on the ground in April, the last week of fundraising, Emmanuel explains what happened during last week's show, the allure of going conservative, the unrealistic goal for the show, disturbing developments with the FCC and mainstream radio, listener feedback to last week's show, trying to connect to the Internet stream, the difficulty of expressing antiwar sentiments in a pro-war society, police use wooden bullets on demonstrators in Oakland, differences in coverage of the war in foreign media, the real meaning of celebrations in Iraq, the potential of war with other countries, Bill gives an update on the webcast and pledges, anti-war CD's are vandalized at the radio station, the importance of WUSB to people everywhere, a local band's song about war, an analysis of a CNN story about a Pearl Jam concert, a call from Amsterdam, the mood of the public in the Netherlands, a new 2600 meeting is starting in Amsterdam, a rundown of the premiums, the English version of the Al Jazeera website is online, an Al Jazeera reporter is killed by United States troops, a radio talk show host is fired for his views on the war, stopping to think about the casualties on the other side.
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- 04 / 15 / 03 -
loop involving the theme and Henry Rollins, the show did well during the recent fundraiser, how the April 1st show caused confusion, the importance of talk radio, how the "honeymoon in Iraq" lasted barely a day, the absence of a plan from the American forces, nonstop looting and vigilante justice, how Western civilization is literally being destroyed by the invasion, the inexcusable American attitude that led to the looting of a museum, who's going to be next, how taxes go to support this kind of thing, contradictions as to what was behind the start of the war, the missing weapons of mass destruction, a particularly idiotic remark by Governor Pataki at a Ground Zero rally, badly forged documents behind an accusation that Iraq tried to buy uranium, the United States' plan for the rest of the world, a story implies a deal between Saddam and the Americans, the comical Iraqi Information Minister, radio stations are urged to wave the flag and discouraged from covering antiwar protests, the absence of flags at WUSB, supporting the troops, the SARS virus kills more people in one day than ever before, a bouncer is killed in New York allegedly because of the new anti-smoking law, the controversy caused by such laws, second hand music, Emmanuel demonstrates a trick that will allow callers not to be cut off while waiting to get on the air, Emmanuel renames "freedom" to "French," a question about cordless phones, how it's still possible to listen to analog cellular calls, an explanation of the Winter 2002-2003 cover of 2600, a caller admits to driving over the Bridge to Nowhere at Stony Brook, the story of the bridge.
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- 04 / 22 / 03 -
t's Earth Day and nobody seems to know what that means anymore, Seraf drops in for a visit from Great Neck, Emmanuel refuses to believe such a place exists, other town names that Emmanuel doesn't believe, how everyone on Long Island knows each other, a pack of baboons attacks some schoolchildren in Kenya, why are wild boars always in a bad mood, the war is no longer raging, a call to lift sanctions against Iraq, plans on what to do with Iraqi oil money, a religious pilgrimage turns anti-American, why nobody should be surprised by any of these developments, the White House turns down an offer of help from United Nations weapons inspectors, Seraf can't hear the phone, the irony of Bush attempting to spread democracy, fallout from the 2000 election, Seraf has to travel in order to hear the caller, the Spring 2003 issue of 2600 comes out, Emmanuel explains the Stony Brook experience and how it changed him, how things have changed on campus over the years, the story of the rock that everyone used to paint, Noam Chomsky is giving a talk on campus, a challenge to on campus listeners to call in, the old tunnel system underneath the campus, how there always seems to be a group of people on any campus who knows what's going on, how freedom can gradually evaporate, how change can be accomplished even when at a tremendous disadvantage, how MIT has a history of hackers and individuals.
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- 04 / 29 / 03 -
he news is repeating, a teacher is suspended for showing portions of an R-rated film to his class, the Department of Homeland Security asks John Ashcroft for advice, Haitian illegal aliens are detained, the strange story of Intel employee Mike Hawash who is being held for unknown reasons, the lack of any real evidence, the case of John Walker Lindh, Emmanuel's problem with the way that case was dealt with, the Bush theme of little evidence when prosecuting cases, separating the Taliban from Al Qaeda, a debate over the treatment of Lindh, there have been no calls from on-campus yet, the lack of true spirit on the Stony Brook campus, how the antiwar movement doesn't seem to exist on campus, mall walking, the refreshing view of the Stony Brook Press, the fear that goes along with participating in any demonstration, a collection of Bush quotes, a tale of a professor from the past who never would have survived today, more on how the big rock on Nicoll's Road never gets painted anymore, some of the legends of the past on campus, Emmanuel tells a story that may get him into trouble, the story of the culvert trench and Sir Isaac Newton, more Bush quotes, a Pennsylvania senator has a problem with homosexual acts and is backed up by the White House, reading lyrics from a song by Can.
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