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Hello and thanks for listening to The Dusty Show! Whether you're listening for the first time or you are a long-term listener, you are always welcomed and appreciated here.
This episode was recorded in Thompkins Square Park in Manhattan (where the hard-luck cases are more plentiful than in other Manhattan city parks). It also was recorded on the street in the Lower East Side, in Washington Square Park and Union Square Park. It is unusual, actually, for a Dusty Show to be recorded in so many locations.
As with most Dusty Shows, this one started with no theme and then proceeded to take on a thematic life of its own. This week, religion seemed to surface a bit more than normal. Of course, politics is always in there, and the simple stories of everyday people. I hope you enjoy it. Please drop an e-mail when you can and share your thoughts, tell me where you are located, etc. Hearing from you makes a difference and lets me know how to move forward and what interests you. Thanks again for listening and ... always remember.
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