I thought if I went to the supermarket at 3 p.m., everyone would still be home watching the Eagles game. I was wrong. It was even worse than a blizzard crowd, because they were buying so much more food; a lot of people had two full carts.

And then you had to stand and wait just to get your cart around a corner.

I didn’t have that much to get, but the computer went down in the first line I stood in. I finally gave up and went into another line. Same thing. I spent about an hour waiting in line. I read every issue of every junk tabloid they had and I’m glad to be home.

Virtually Speaking Sunday

Virtually Speaking Sundays: Nov 18 |6pm pacific |9pm eastern |Listen live or later: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/virtuallyspeaking/2012/11/19/rj-eskow-dave-johnson-virtually-speaking-sundays

RJ Eskow and Dave Johnson consider fiscal cliff scare talk, shock doctrine scripting, social security and medicare.

Richard Eskow: Consultant/writer at Campaign for America’s Future (econ, social policy, health finance, tech); occasional musician Follow @RJEskow

Dave Johnson: Writer, Seeing the Forest, Campaign for America’s Future ((economy, Labor, Social Security) Follow @DCJohnson

Call in: (646) 200-3440




Livestream Climate change march

Live streaming by Ustream
Livestreaming provided by We Act Radio

This Fall, Bill McKibben and 350.org are going on tour across America to build the movement we need to face the crisis of climate change.

On Nov. 18th, Bill will be in Washington DC to present the terrifying new math of climate change and unveil a plan for how we can rise to this planetary challenge.

Bill will be joined by friends from across the climate movement and beyond to explain how together we can confront the fossil fuel industry, using lessons from the most successful movements of the past century and the past year of dramatic new actions against the industry across the country.

Doors open at noon. Program starts at 1pm.

Livestream Schedule
→ Do The Math 1-3pm ET
→ March around the White House 3:15-4pm
→ Rally at the Ellipse 4-5pm

Visit math.350.org for more information about the tour and 350.org.

In partnership with Chesapeake Climate Action Network.

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