We tried to "discuss" the Occupy Wall Street protests yesterday on the air and it devolved pretty quickly into name calling and yelling. Normally my "guinea blood" has a low boiling point when it comes to this kind of stuff, but I tried really hard to keep focused on "discussing" the issue.
Occupy Wall Street protesters have clogged streets and tied up traffic around the United States to mark two months since the movement's birth and signal they aren't ready to quit despite the breakup of many of their encampments by police.
Dennis and Judi continued discussing today what is becoming a heated debate about the Occupy Wall Street protests. A listener named Alexander Higgins called into the show to defend the Occupy Wall Street march that is going on in NYC today.
Everywhere, it seems, people want to weigh in about the Occupy Wall Street protests around the country, from CEOs and politicians to your next-door neighbor. So far the talk has translated into little action.
Dennis and Judi Show producer Scott Taylor took some pictures of the Occupy Wall Street protests the weekend before the NYPD came in and cleared out Zuccotti Park. The pictures were taken on Saturday and Zuccotti Park was raided by police early Tuesday morning.
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