Listen to our pro-Occupy podcast! Call in and tell us why you occupy

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Hi. We've set up a podcast to occupy the media and discuss issues pertaining to the Occupy movement. We'd like to hear from people all over the country about why they support the occupy movement, what issues are important to them and why. We'd really like to hear from people who've been on the front lines, i.e., camping out, getting arrested, etc., but everyone who is pro-occupy or interested in learning more about occupy is welcome.

This Sunday, we'll be discussing how the US is viewed by people from other countries, how our policies have affected their quality of life and how the US looks to newly-arrived immigrants.

(Oh, and by the way, Thom, we're obviously not competing with you. We're just a small group of occupy-supporters with dayjobs; we don't even have time to podcast every week, so hope you don't mind our posting here. We won't be taking away any of your listeners as we're not nearly as interesting as you! We'd just like to hear from more progressives as we keep getting heckled by anti-occupiers... ;)

Here are some links so that y'all may listen to some of our previous shows:

www.talkshoe.com/tc/114328

http://radio4all.net/index.php/program/57840

www.dailymotion.com/feedingmosquitoes

Thanks!

mblady
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