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Saturday, June 2nd 2018, 2:08am

Peter Joseph on The Jimmy Dore Show - Curing Society - April 2018

All five parts of Peter's conversation with Jimmy Dore, where they cover The New Human Rights' Movement, unemployment, the rise of NeoLiberalism, curing society, and Bernie's confusion on income inequality. ( 1:09:51 )


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Saturday, June 16th 2018, 7:22pm

OPEN FOR TRANSLATION.

Note the introduction in this vid of - for lack of a better way to describe it - "yes inserts," which captures the on-the-fly "chime in" affirmations of the other person in parens (typically one word like (- Right.), (- Exactly!), (- Yes)), which IMO has an overall streamlining effect and reduces what would otherwise be substantial "change of speaker" clutter (as it skips the normal change of speaker with a dash (-), for a single "mid-sentence" word, then switching back).
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