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This show was primarily recorded in Union Square Park in Manhattan. A couple of the interviews took place in Madison Square Park. The weather was very hot and people in general were agitated and ready to mix it up. Union Square, of course, has a long history as a place for people to spout their opinions and philosophies freely and is a favorite place of mine for doing man-on-the-street interviews. As with many Dusty Shows, this one has its share of political material, as America continues to be consumed with the HEalth Reform debate.
As always, thank you for listening. Since I am a bit backlogged on playlists I am going to do short descriptions of shows like this in order to catch up, with the hopes of one day going back to do more elaborate breakdowns of show content. Please get in touch with your thoughts, your location, etc. anytime. Hearing from you make s a difference. Always remember ... Clay Pigeon
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