November 24, 2006. Volume 02, Number 42.
Thanks for tuning in again today. Without your interest there's little incentive to prepare these programs and to continue to talk into the microphone. Listenership and subscriptions are up all over the world. Well beyond anything I imagined last year when the project began. But we're still a "narrow-cast," rather than a "broadcast" program, and will remain so. Given our specific topic and approach.
This week is all about the gubernatorial election in Okinawa last Sunday. And the significance of that election for Japan overall, the Abe Cabinet, and most important, the Democratic Party of Japan. It's a complex subject and took all of the time available.
We close with another brief selection from North Carolina's Wind Riders. This one from their recent CD, entitled "You Can Share My Blanket." Another great sound from this remarkable group.