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Tickling the Belly of the Beast
David Blume, Rena Whitestar, Bill Waggoner, Lynette Mike, Uncle Dennis, Allen Fischer, Cynthia Gustin
 Cynthia Gustin  Contact Contributor
In the first hour, David Blume, author of "Alcohol Can Be A Gas", and Executive Director of the International Institute for Ecological Agriculture, spoke about the truth behind the Gulf Coast disaster. Blume focused on the dangers behind deep sea drilling, the hidden cost to all of life, and the futility of the clean up.

Blume offered solutions and discussed his newly created firm, Blume Distillation located in Santa Cruz, CAI.

Please visit his websites at,

In the second hour, Bill Waggoner, author of "Confessins of a Spam King", discussed the Internet Privacy. Waggoner discussed the ways in which Twitter, Google, Microsoft and Twitter collect users' personal information and transfer it to advertisers.

Please visit his websites at www.888freedom.

Lynette Mike began the third hour discussing upcoming Indian Market in Santa Cruz. Mike spoke about the dancing, cultural teachings and the importance of local natives coming together.

Mike was followed by Rena Whitestar who shared her native knowledge and wisdom regarding the Gulf oil spill.

Cynthia Gustin

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02:59:00 1 June 24, 2010
Free Radio Santa Cruz
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