Capitalist Episode 148

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Broadcast Number: 148

Broadcast Date: Friday, September 9th, 2011

Description: It's Baller Friday! Major sell-off in the equities markets on European debt fears, commodities markets follow with its own sell off, Obama lays out his jobs plan last night (and it did nothing the help confidence in the markets), UAW said to seek record $10K signing bonuses from U.S. automakers, fears of an attack on the anniversary of 9-11 has NYC & Washington D.C. on high alert, more than 4 million lose power in one of the biggest blackouts in the U.S., Iran calls for Syria to stop the killing (this after the Ayatollah justified the slaughter of those Freedom Fighters in the Iran Revolution of 09), the jahooties in Egypt tear down Israel Embassy wall (this while Israel attempts to calm tensions with Turkey), rebels in Libya claim to have Moammar Gaddafi surrounded and Scientist: NKorea likely to test nukes again. Ghost goes off on one sperm donor having 150 children, Jackie Kennedy said Martin Luther King was ‘terrible,’and Ben & Jerry's unveils Schweddy Balls ice cream. News, True Capitalist commentary and Radio Graffiti on this edition. Follow on Twitter @ghostpolitics

Link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ghost/2011/09/09/true-capitalist-radio-hosted-by-ghost--episode-148

Notes

Before Radio Graffiti, Ghost did a second round of Twitter shoutouts and raged hard over the name "Texas En Fuego," in reference to the Texas wildfires at the time. He decided to end the show without doing Radio Graffiti after that. After playing his outro, Ghost noticed that he was still on the air due to the switchboard "conveniently" locking up. After checking in with a few callers, Ghost went ahead and did a short Radio Graffiti, which ended on a back to back Tetris remix by The Harbingerr.

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