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GrokTV Special Interviews from OccupyNH (Occupy Wall Street): Ben DiZoglio

Another person at the Occupy Wall Street / OccupyNH rally yesterday in Manchester was Ben DiZoglio.  As opposed to Leah and Mirav, he seemed genuinely attached to the movement here. He had noticed that I was recording the event and offered that since they now had some power, offered an outlet for use (unfortunately I …

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GrokTV Special Interviews from OccupyNH (Occupy Wall Street): “UNH Fencer”

Another of our micro-interviews was with a young lady, seemingly from UNH (according to her jacket), who I spotted standing and holding a sign at the curbside of Elm Street in Veterans Park in Manchester.  Although she seemed a bit confused that I would even ask, she allowed herself to be interviewed: I’m betting, however, …

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GrokTV Event from OccupyNH (Occupy Wall Street): Random Clips

Here are some other video clips from yesterday’s OccupyNH (Occupy Wall Street)’s rally in Manchester.  Somethings that struck me as I re-watched the clips (in random order): 0:30 – It’s a bit weird to listen to the "human microphone" fashion of speaking at these gatherings.  Speak 3-6 words, let the audience repeat it. I guess …

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GrokTalk! Saturday August 13, 2011

Grok Talk Goes mobile as we broadcast live from the Draft in Concord NH. They join us a GrokTV special event as we participate in Representative Dan Itse’s Class on the New Hampshire Constitution.

Obama v. Obama

This will be making the rounds.  It’s a video from HuffPo pitting Obama against himself on Afghanistan.  I’m not posting it to take a position or make a point, I just happen to think it was fun to watch Obama interviewing himslef (more or less) on the issue.     (H/T RedState and Examiner.com)

Memorial Day

A day designated in the United States for honoring dead members of the armed forces. Cross: 1. "A gibbet or ancient instrument of torture, generally made of two pieces of timber placed across each other, usually with an upright set in the ground and a horizontal crosspiece below the top of the upright. Upon this, …

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