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The 1st hour: WARNING: SOME COARSE WORDS, MATURE LISTENERS ONLY, PLEASE. The extremely media savvy, techno-smart audio wizard Virtual Renderings from the infamous Radio 4 All network. Listen in to a thematic masterpiece mixed to teach and entertain with music and important spoken word clips from prominent peeps you seldom, if ever hear from on the mainstream media. Available for free downloading at: http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/program/36363 Also with the complete credits, here is a partial list of clip credits: "So we start with a seasonal tune and then move on to some street-audio from the recent G20 in Pittsburgh followed by some advice about bank robbery. Gore Vidal comments on how it works in the US and then a melodic reminder about another fall day back in 2001. Then a few satirical pieces with a song about saving the status quo, an Onion News piece on the Obama family and a radio announcer ad. Then a few more sobering pieces about Obama and some of his cabinet picks with some appropriate music added by the Eagles. The Billionaires for Wealthcare then provide some audio from a street demonstration they did which is followed by a short audio from an armored unit on patrol in that country that we liberated recently. Bill Maher brings us back to what is really important talking about the new Sarah Palin book and both Terrence McKenna and Frank Zappa add their comments from the great beyond. Then we listen into a conversation from around a campfire that, I imagine, is of Palin constituents. Then Norman Nawrocki offers his counter-political views and we close with a piece by Bill Lazwell, I think, who attempts to explain what is really going on". The 2nd hour: Callers welcome for "free-for-all" talk, keep the profanities to a minimum, please and thank you!

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