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Doug Symington, from Victoria, British Columbia, talked to us from Canada as a Canadian citizen. He spoke about his point of view on the upcoming presidential election.
Barack Obama gave his address today, the Phillies won the world series today in the fifth game against the Tampa Bay Rays, and an entire beach of 1,500 lbs of sand was stolen from an expensive resort in Jamaica.
Music Set: We Shoot the Moon
We played the songs "Water's Edgen," "Sway Your Head," "On Your Way," and "Into the Blue."
Thank you for listening, and we'll see you next Wednesday, the 5th of November, at 6:30 Pacific to discuss the previous day's election.