Capitalist Episode 153

Broadcast Number: 153

Broadcast Date: Monday, September 19th, 2011

Description: Equities markets in major negative territory after Obama announces his "Buffett Tax" this weekend, commodities markets also in the red in today's trading, Obama claims his new Buffet tax is not class warfare on Monday, abuse-related head injuries in kids rose during recession, 2 different air-show plane crashes puts a spotlight on the industry (Nevada & W. Virginia), Anonymous attempts to camp out in front of Wall Street in a protest, 6.8 earthquake rocks India & Tibet (death toll current at 74), an another truck bomb in Pakistan kills 8 near Islamabad, Bashar-Al-Assad kills 75 protesters in Syria and seven held in Birmingham anti-terror operation. Ghost goes off on Floyd Mayweather, the Emmys and NASA claims that the rogue satellite should crash to Earth Friday or Saturday. News, True Capitalist commentary and Radio Graffiti on this edition. Follow on Twitter @ghostpolitics

Link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ghost/2011/09/19/true-capitalist-radio-hosted-by-ghost--episode-153

Notes

During Twitter Shoutouts, Ghost went on a bit of a rant after reading the name "Ghosts of Christmas Past," and reminded the trolls on why he hates Christmas because he never got a present since he was 14 years old. There was also a rare mid-show Cluster Call which was full of Christmas trolls and Newfags. Radio Graffiti had Bronies talking about Season 2 of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, getting him annoyed and saying he was infested with Bronies. The Internet Buttstalker also called in, causing Ghost to rage.

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Twitter Shoutouts

Radio Graffiti


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