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- 11 / 07 / 23 -
"Intersection perfection," it's an abbreviated show tonight because of a basketball game with St. John's University, why Emmanuel is conflicted, what a "friendly" is, it's Election Day, encouraging people to get down to the polls, why Emmanuel has a bad feeling about Suffolk County results this year, how Democrats don't seem to have been campaigning, why Kyle doesn't want to be negative, the penultimate edition of "Films of the Year That Was," a review of "Everything Everywhere All at Once" from 2022, why this title was perfect for the film, Kyle sums up the plot, how incredibly complex this film was, why this is not just another multiverse story, the story of the "Daniels" director credit, the minimal amount of people who tackled various projects within the film, how Jamie Lee Curtis shined, the 91-year-old actor who played the grandfather, trouble with the outro, the station is in the midst of its autumn fundraiser, how WUSB is both a community and a campus radio station, how people can pledge, Emmanuel reports on what other college radio stations in the area sounded like on a recent drive into the city, a letter from Stony Brook University president Maurie McInnis concerning a possible bias crime on campus, why a college campus is a place where people are more likely to act immaturely than with evil intent, why a campus should be a place to understand and not judge, a swastika is found in a Commack school bathroom, how these types of actions should be handled, how nothing is black and white when it comes to these conflicts, the importance of listening, one more reminder on how to pledge support for the station.
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- 11 / 14 / 23 -
It's getting dark earlier, two separate altercations in Congress today, an excerpt from today's hearing involving Senator Markwayne Mullin of Oklahoma almost starting a fist fight with the head of the Teamsters in a Senate hearing, how Bernie Sanders was the adult in the room, Trump issues some of his scariest rhetoric yet on Veterans Day, what's disturbing about polls that suggest Trump has more support than Biden, what Biden has managed to accomplish so far, the very real danger we're all facing, how the judge overseeing Trump's case in Florida is basically working for him, an appeal to anyone considering supporting Trump as a protest, going over some of Trump's disturbing promises, the whole world is watching what's unfolding in the United States, results from Election Day, how the new county executive isn't a bad guy, mostly positive results throughout the country, Saturday was Remembrance Day in many parts of the world, what is special about November 11th, how people commemorate this date, Kyle and Emmanuel wear poppies for the first time, the final installment of "Films of the Year That Was," a review of "All Quiet on the Western Front" from 2022, how different stories were told in this version, this film seems to have had all its scenes take place in November, the parallels to today's world, this is the second time this title has won, an excerpt from the show in 2018 where Kyle and Emmanuel saw the first version from 1930, thoughts on trench warfare, some criticism of the film, the act of breaking dog tags, a small crowd appears as the segment ends, another excerpt from the show in 2018 that focused on Israel and Hamas, how this relates very well to events of today, a pro-Israel rally took place today in Washington DC, why people should be able to attend that along with pro-Palestinian rallies, the issue of Hamas possibly having a presence underneath a hospital, the indefensible actions of Israel in recent weeks, pro-Palestinian protests at Stony Brook, the role college campuses should play, a particularly apropos song to go out with this week.
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- 11 / 21 / 23 -
It's cold and windy today, the prevalence of leaf blowers, how they didn't seem to exist years ago, memories of rakes, today's obsession with getting rid of leaves, a recorded appeal for support for WUSB, the low price of becoming a sustaining member, another recorded appeal, the signal is temporarily at reduced power again, tonight is a Finn night, Thanksgiving is in two days, gas prices are 39 cents a gallon less than last year, turkey prices are so low that Emmanuel thought there was a mistake during checkout, wondering if Biden will ever get credit for this, the idiocy of people freaking out over Biden's age as if they weren't expecting it, why this next election is truly the most important in our lives, a Trump equivalent has just been elected in Argentina, the first wind turbine in federal waters is installed off the coast of Rhode Island, the absurd complaints against this form of renewable energy, the New York State goal is to have a fully renewable grid by 2040, Governor Hochul vetoes legislation that would have granted state recognition to the Montaukett Indian Nation, a racist court decision from 1910 was cited in the decision, how this bill has a long history of being vetoed by governors while having near unanimous support in the state legislature, wondering why this veto is never overridden, Hofstra University is suing to prevent a huge casino from opening at the site of Nassau Coliseum, the increased prevalence of gambling in society, one more recorded appeal for support for WUSB, how noncommercial radio has a history of helping new artists get exposure, Google Bard explains why it's important to support WUSB, the NYPD seems to be arguing in court for the use of chokeholds, Kyle and Emmanuel share thoughts for Thanksgiving, an excerpt from the new Don Letts record, words from Finn.
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- 11 / 28 / 23 -
Why Emmanuel's phone had EAS alerts last night, the clumsy message that county authorities were trying to send, questioning why the 911 system should ever go down, some of the more confusing phone numbers that can be used when the system isn't working, the number of emergency calls made per day, corruption and incompetence are the theme this week, it's Giving Tuesday, encouraging people to donate to WUSB, an example of the things that can be said on a radio station without commercials, a recorded appeal for pledges, a pamphlet being handed out by oil companies that attacks New York's renewable energy plans, why a climate action plan is essential, the fake perceptions the oil company leaflet is putting forth, how oil companies try to persuade people not to convert to cleaner and more efficient systems, reports of penalties for using solar power in Texas, some more of the scare tactics being used, how most of the world pays much more for gas than people do in the United States, how a man walking through streets with a loaded assault-style weapon in Tennessee sent schools into lockdown but wasn't breaking any laws, another recorded appeal to support WUSB, memories of "The All Ages Show," an update on the vetoed state bill to recognize the Montaukett Indian Nation, how there seems to be something else at play that's preventing the veto from being overridden, a really inappropriate tweet from the official State of Israel account, why being in the middle of a ceasefire is a good thing, the fact that many Palestinian prisoners have been held under questionable charges, why throwing stones at tanks shouldn't be considered terrorism, shameful behavior from an anti-immigrant mob in Ireland, an interesting postscript to the story, a final recorded appeal to support WUSB, the latest idiocy from Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman as he accuses the president of Hofstra University of siding with Hamas after the university sued to stop his casino plan, reading the university president's actual words, a song from Harry Chapin and why it's particularly relevant here.
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