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- 01 / 01 / 13 -
The "Teens" have officially begun, an update on the legalization of marijuana in Colorado, trying to figure out the whole fiscal cliff mess, what the worst case scenario could mean, how much is actually brought in from increasing taxes for the richest people in the country, Emmanuel gets ready to say goodbye to his 20-year-old car after 270,000 miles, Emmanuel takes part in a funeral procession, a recording of Kyle and Emmanuel on the side of the M1 in England, trying to figure out what to call the equivalent of 18-wheelers in England, reflections on Manchester, listening to Radio Peace at 90.1 FM, recalling a night in a pub in Manchester, conversations with homeless people, Kyle is allergic to the grass surrounding them, the story behind renting the car, planning at the last minute can pay off, encouraging people to come to the States and not come up with excuses, what's planned for the immediate future, Emmanuel learns that he still has needles stuck inside him, seeing a train car go by on a truck, heading to Chesterfield, trying to figure out the price of petrol, the oddities of driving between towns in England, the parking lot is somehow monitored so cars are charged after two hours, the two different ways of flipping people off in the United Kingdom, a live audio feed from the House of Representatives as debate over the fiscal cliff continues, how radiation in space could accelerate the onset of Alzheimer's disease, a study shows being slightly obese can actually increase life span in some instances, how this could have been misinterpreted, an unusual televised address from Kim Jong Un in North Korea, going out with something appropriate for New Year's Day.
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- 01 / 08 / 13 -
The station was completely abandoned today, an appeal for more participation from the community, "Democracy Now" wasn't aired today, looking forward to the fight on gun control that's about to begin, why it's important to be a part of the dialogue, addressing the gun epidemic, what Joe Biden will be doing this month, the need for action, why the well-publicized marine who refuses to register his weapon is at odds with his fellow citizens, an "insane loudmouth minority," why every instance of gun violence will never be stopped, a possible reason why there weren't so many mass shootings in the past, the danger of dramatized violence leaving nothing to the imagination, how NRA proponents have targeted comment boards, how NRA "gun rights" are a fabrication, the fact that Texas used to ban concealed weapons, what the NRA used to support, how things began to change in the 1970s, a famous Warren Burger quote concerning the Second Amendment, the amount of information that is public record, the backlash against releasing data on gun owners in New York State, the willingness of gun rights advocates to change or disobey the law based on changing times, how weapons are often not kept in safe places, the willingness of some gun advocates to label people based on mental health, some of the proposed gun laws that have come from the new Congress, why all assault weapons need to be banned, how gun proponents always want something more, why this is the one chance to get it right, wondering why gun owners always seem to be angry, how a planned bomb attack was labeled a potential act of terrorism while gun attacks aren't, recent examples of guns being used in anger by law abiding citizens, why it's vital to contact elected officials about this matter.
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- 01 / 15 / 13 -
Emmanuel fools everyone, there's a basketball game tonight, how Stony Brook sports keeps getting more attention, the precarious state of the chair in the studio, there was no angry mail on the gun issue after all, looking forward to Obama's proposals to be announced Wednesday, the revelation about this week's intro, why the intro will be changing next week, listener feedback, panic over the fate of the hacker calendar in the studio, Emmanuel's initial assessment of Sirius XM Radio, Emmanuel's new car has a diesel engine, an Iowa man is reunited with his sister after 65 years, a Bob and Ray sketch with the same basic scenario, possible sleep issues on future trips to Mars, an excerpt of Governor Cuomo's State of the State address that focuses on gun control, New York has just passed the strongest gun control law in the nation, how the NRA doesn't actually represent gun owners, miscellaneous stories, problems with links in certain news stories.
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- 01 / 22 / 13 -
More microphone problems, the new theme is debuted, Obama is inaugurated for the second time, memories of the first inauguration, a cold spell has hit, Emmanuel's desire to use Celsius and 24 hour clocks, why Emmanuel is waiting for a particular temperature, questioning the phrase "zero dark thirty," lost opportunities to convert to the metric system, Emmanuel suspects the speedometer on his new car is off, the board falls apart again, the disturbing trend of people constantly recording things with their phones, Obama announces his plan regarding guns, trying to understand how people could be opposed to such guidelines, how people who agree are actually the problem, the importance of being vocal, the self-defeating thinking of some on the left, how this happened with the health care debate, how violence helps reinforce our culture, positive ways that the nation has changed over the years, how little changes result in big changes, going over recent shootings, who benefits from the panic buying of guns, a look back at a school shooting from the 1970s.
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- 01 / 29 / 13 -
There is no "Concert Billboard" this week, admiring the new theme, the show is extra short today due to basketball, how television themes and credits have changed over the years, the theme is hijacked by a "stoner doom" track, some info on the genre, reader feedback on Tercels, a part of the board falls apart again, immigration reform, Russia's anti-gay bias, the benefit of hindsight when looking back on history, quotes from a gay rights activist who attended a protest in Russia, how isolation in the world of sports can be an effective tactic, the story of a kid in Vermont who made a film about gay rights, Ariel Sharon shows significant brain activity after being in a coma for seven years, an update on the Hostess situation.
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