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- 10 / 04 / 22 -
Remnants of Ian are now in the Northeast and have been since the weekend, the devastation that has been left in Florida, how Kyle and Emmanuel are keeping up on the news from that region, the inappropriateness of Ron DeSantis running political ads during the crisis, the overly defensive reaction to any criticism of storm response, blaming the victims, the scripted praise for DeSantis during press conferences, how Charlie Crist didn't run any ads during the crisis, how to not talk down to people, two "once-in-a-century" storms in a week, the fact that evacuating is not an easy thing to do, how DeSantis voted against hurricane aid to the victims of Sandy, Emmanuel tries to put together a metaphor, how the Mets blew it this year, the Seattle Mariners are the only baseball team to never have played in the World Series, Emmanuel's revised views on Crimea, Elon Musk gets involved in the Russian takeover of parts of Ukraine, Kyle and Emmanuel have started watching "The U.S. and the Holocaust" by Ken Burns, the similarity to today's events, how overtly racist Henry Ford was, unfair criticism of liberals in regards to the current situation in Iran, how America's first solar-powered town performed after Hurricane Ian, the false claims that nuclear power is green, easy ways to tear down this claim.
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- 10 / 11 / 22 -
Kyle and Emmanuel are distracted watching the Mariners' playoff game during the show, an amazing comeback in the series against Toronto, encouraging the Mets to win more, Emmanuel tries to explain the entire playoff system, Kyle and Emmanuel get the updated COVID booster, why it's not a good idea to get the flu shot this early, explaining the booster system, more people have died from COVID on Long Island this past summer than the previous two summers, how most of these people were unvaccinated, going over the numbers, the low amount of people getting booster shots, the craziness of Democrats getting blamed for the harm caused by COVID, other examples of Republicans taking ownership of values at the expense of Democrats, a gun crime outside Lee Zeldin's house that he somehow blamed on the governor and not on the ease of gun access, how governors in Republican states aren't blamed for higher crime statistics, how this sort of thing actually works, difficulty facing potential Republican victories in November, how standing up for Ukraine is being eclipsed by a slight rise in gas prices, uncovering blatant lies in Lee Zeldin campaign ads, remembering the actions taken by the Smithtown library trustees earlier in the year that had LGBTQ material removed from the children's section of the library, the Smithtown library is having elections tonight where these individuals could be replaced, Kyle encourages people to reach out and meet those who they don't understand, more examples of ignorance and discrimination, Kyle comes up with a good slogan, encouraging everyone to be positive and wake up, an update on the Mariners, Kyle brings up left-handedness.
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- 10 / 18 / 22 -
A promo for the "Sunday Street Live" series, Kyle deals with a spider in the studio, how this was never an issue at the old studio, the variety of spiders that exists, the fact that spiders aren't insects, how lobsters are similar to insects, how praying mantises are unique in the insect world, looking forward to Election Day, Emmanuel's sinking suspicions about what people might do, the craziness of the Herschel Walker campaign, wondering how it's possible for this to be a close race, the way Republicans seem to be repeatedly embracing blatant lies, the latest shady behavior involving Trump and Truth Social, the importance of turning out this Election Day to weigh in on certain fundamental issues, how Democrats let Republicans take ownership of certain core values, how Democratic governors are blamed for crime in their states when Republican governors aren't, questioning what Lee Zeldin knows about crime, the danger of lunatics taking over the asylum, the issue of RINOs, how those who punish others for expressing an opposing opinion are never the right people to follow, the epitome of cancel culture, Nancy Pelosi's appearance in a new video released by the January 6th Committee, outlining the various voting options in New York, the lack of Kathy Hochul signs on Long Island, how people can help others vote, the danger of believing polls, why local races are also particularly vulnerable, how Zeldin tried to downplay Trump's endorsement, the case against Nick LaLota who is running for Congress in the area, the difference between him and Bridget Fleming, how LaLota was disqualified from a previous election for "an obvious conflict of interest," how LaLota doesn't live in the district he wants to represent, LaLota's recommendation to abolish a local police department, comparing this to accusations made against many Democrats, going out with some First Nations music.
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- 10 / 25 / 22 -
Using both channels for political discussion, how the original stereo demonstration was archived in mono before being fixed, how Democrats manage to get blamed for everything, bad math scores are now being blamed on Democrats, anticipating tonight's debate between Kathy Hochul and Lee Zeldin, the way Zeldin will attempt to blame Hochul for all crime in New York while not attaching any responsibility to Governor DeSantis for crime in Florida, wondering how COVID is somehow being blamed on Democrats, how home schooling is likely to blame for poor math scores, a mass shooting in St. Louis that isn't getting enough attention, how school security guards weren't able to stop it, an editorial from the Kansas City Star that points out the insanity in Missouri law, waiting for reality to arrive, 2022 is the opportunity to restore sanity, the reinterpretation of the Second Amendment, the fact that bullets weren't even invented when the Second Amendment was written, the cancel culture of the Republicans, thoughts on "The U.S. and the Holocaust," how history keeps repeating itself, why it's important to acknowledge how the Soviet Union was key in winning World War Two, a New York Times editorial endorsing Hochul, wondering how it's possible that the gubernatorial race in New York could be close, the problems with Suffolk County, buying and selling handguns in Canada is now illegal, marveling at the sanity of the system there, Kyle has already voted, how it's possible to vote early in many locations, statistics show that Democrats will win if young people show up to vote, how voter intimidation has already begun, the Pennsylvania debate for the Senate seat is also tonight, how to watch both debates, a song that names all the Tube stations in London.
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