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- 09 / 07 / 21 -
An impassioned PSA for getting the vaccine, an early start, the show wasn't supposed to be on tonight, uncertainty as to why the scheduled volleyball game isn't being broadcast, who Corey Forrester is and the origin of the message broadcast earlier, how COVID is often glossed over when reporting deaths, trying to figure out the various conspiracy theories, the surprising effect that former Hurricane Ida had on the area, what was particularly scary about this storm, how a new record for rainfall in one hour only lasted two weeks, how COVID saved Kyle and Emmanuel from getting caught in the flooding, why a backup system for electric windows might be a good idea, how a flood emergency was declared in New York City for the first time, learning that cars get totaled if they get stuck in water, what hydrolocking is, the effectiveness of a small hammer to break a submerged car's window from the inside, the annoyance of companies lecturing individuals on ways to be more green, how we survived the elimination of plastic bags, the difference between destroying a planet and an environment, anti-vax protesters target Justin Trudeau, the wrong way to respond to this, Kyle tries to get Emmanuel to talk louder, examining the background of various local anti-vaxxers, an excerpt from a show called "Transmitter Test" that is part of the ongoing lost audio release, highlights from the Paralympics, the events in Tokyo appear to have come off successfully, the moronic coverage on American TV, some details on a local town's proposed restrictions on marijuana sales.
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- 09 / 14 / 21 -
Sea Shanty ID, the recall campaign for the governor is underway in California, how he could lose even with a majority, how a right wing talk show host may have galvanized the electorate to support the governor, how some people seem to trust the COVID-19 virus more than Democrats, how voters may be getting dissuaded, Larry Elder's campaign accuses the opposition of fraudulent results before the results are announced, the need to get past the filibuster if there's any hope of progress, why it's necessary to turn the dialogue around, wondering how it's possible for Republicans to be at an advantage after all that has happened, a debate over the need for boosters in the future, the frustration of people who refuse to believe proven facts, comparing anti-vax politicians to toddlers, the difference between criticizing Biden and criticizing Trump, Lee Zeldin uses 9/11 to campaign for governor, Kyle describes the health crisis in Idaho, how Stony Brook is proving to be the model in COVID policy, the importance of fighting back whenever people spout nonsense about the vaccine, Emmanuel challenges Kyle to come up with an argument against the vaccine, the school board in the village of Massapequa challenges the mask mandate in New York State, how kids should react to this, facts about doing your own research, an update on cannabis dispensaries on Long Island, rebutting testimony by an ex-cop, an upcoming hearing, the importance of a specific phrase that was said earlier.
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- 09 / 21 / 21 -
Trying to ascertain whether or not it's autumn, following science, wondering why Biden is getting criticized for saying he's losing patience, wondering how Hitler would have been helped with Facebook, memories of warnings printed in 2600 from years ago about the current scenario, trying to battle conspiracy theories with logic, a killing in Germany over wearing masks, a disgusting scene at the border when border agents threaten migrants with horses and whips, questioning why having more Haitians in the country is considered a bad thing, levels of scariness in the Republican party, the story of a restaurant in Stony Brook losing its lease due to a technicality, the proximity of all of the entities involved, how the landlords appear to be punishing the restaurant for having demonstrations of support, a review of "Crash" from 2004, how Emmanuel accidentally got the wrong film that had the same title, how the film was inspired by the director getting carjacked, the elementary attention to issues in the headlines, examples of oversimplicity, a ridiculous quote that opens the film, a review of "Tsotsi" from 2004, what made this South African film so intriguing, an example of the musical score from the film.
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- 09 / 28 / 21 -
Filling some time before the hour, the escaped bull is finally caught out east, some facts about the bull and how he has been living for the past few months, info on the sanctuary in New Jersey that's taking the bull in, news that Lee Zeldin has been fighting leukemia, commentary from the Village Times Herald on his condition and his actions, wondering why people resist solutions to problems, Emmanuel tries to describe a specific part of a neighborhood to Kyle, wondering if it makes sense to be upset at a golf course being replaced with housing, how Kyle and Emmanuel may have inadvertently found a solution to a local tick problem, a final report on the garden, some facts about ladybugs, how Ida caused more damage than a hurricane even though it was weaker than a tropical storm, Route 25A is in the process of being paved which is leading to some challenges, the future of a local power plant, the Shinnecock Nation approves a framework to begin selling cannabis possibly by the end of the year, Emmanuel challenges Kyle to come up with reasons marijuana sales should be forbidden in neighborhoods, Emmanuel tries to get Kyle to fix a problem with a laptop that feeds audio, dismissals and suspensions begin for those health care workers who violate the state's vaccine mandate, why we need refugees in the midst of labor shortages, Emmanuel introduces Kyle to "Blood on the Tracks," observations on the album artwork.
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