Friday, August 10, 2012

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Today's show: " Occupy Weakness " is dedicated to me again, and brought to you by Discovery Learning Tutoring, serving California and the world with your education needs.

Also on today's show:
1) Local News
2) Other News
3) Local Loco
4) "Occupy Weakness"
5) Lit Minit : Robert Pirsig, "Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance."


1) Local News

           Hot heat
           Occupy Nothing. LA Art Walk non-political-event was once again, a fun way to spend a
               sticky six hours, but didn't see likely to change anyone's anything.
           Broad Building is goin' up!
           The Decline and Fall of the Los Angeles Coliseum is tied to one journalist.
                Should Los Angeles fight to hold onto it's largest stadium?
2)  Other News

           Shootings, panic, stabbing, indifference, fire, pain, suffering...

3)  Local Loco

4)  "Occupy  Weakness"

           The weakness of Occupy is you and me. We have to kick in some dues. Leave it up 
           to the hippies and see what happens. 

5) Lit Minit : Robert Pirsig, "Zen And The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance."

Thank you so much for reading and listening. I hope you had fun. Now:


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"The Journey," by Douglas Whiting can be read with great love and respect and hope for your enjoyment. This time with complete endorsement, authorization, and  permission from the author, their heirs and publisher! All me!

We did not pay anyone for use of the opening music from Cake ("Wheels," off of "Pressure Chief," or the closing, either (Mr. Scruff's tune "Kalimba"). Our bad. 

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Notes and links from BTR show " Occupy Weakness " 8/10/2012 HWH w DD

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