Saturday, February 05, 2011

Brutally Honest on ShockNet - 02/05/11 - Show Notes

There are lines that get crossed, lines that get blurred, and lines that get ignored.

Tonight's show deals with two different kinds of lines. The first deals with the economy and a certain kind of business that doesn't operate under the same rules as expected. What business is this? It's something you take for granted.

Then we go back in time five years to show you a Brutally Honest subject about politics that unfortunately is being carried out today.

Then we pick up on a subject that we left off a few weeks ago. Remember when I said that a certain topic would require me to dedicate a whole segment to discuss? Well it's HERE.

So tune in THIS SATURDAY (2/05) right here on ShockNet Radio at 7pm Eastern (6pm Central and 4pm Pacific) over at www.shocknetradio.com and also at Apple's iTunes Radio Player under the "Classic Rock" category.

And don't forget that I'll be in the "Brutally Honest" chatroom at www.shocknetradio.com open during the show!

It's Social... It's Political... It's IN-YOUR-FACE... and it's BRUTALLY HONEST!

1 comment:

Donna said...

Only thing I could quibble with this week, David, was the statement that renters don't pay property taxes and therefore don't care when they are raised. As a lifelong renter, I do object. We do pay taxes through our rent and then some. Landlords are in the rental business to make a profit and they charge rent accordingly. They are, naturally, going to charge more than the upkeep of the building and expenses like property and school taxes. I do indeed pay taxes. It just goes through my landlord. I've no desire to see them raise any more than the homeowners across the street from my apartment complex.