Show number five is loaded with three distinct topics including:
Segment 1: Late Friday afternoon, the state of Massachusetts announced that after two years of waiting, the sale of recreational cannabis would begin on Tuesday, November 20th, in two Massachusetts locations. This will be the first state on the East coast to fully legalize for recreational use for residents over 21, and with New Jersey toying with the idea, this could put the pressure on New York to jump in on the action.
Segment 2: For nearly four years, the country of Yemen has been stuck in a tragic humanitarian death spiral, being attacked by a coalition of neighboring forces and cursed with internal strife. While the political landscape has grown wildly out of control, the international media has largely ignored the situation. But with Saudi Arabia landing in international hot water with the recent botched execution of its own citizen in a Turkish consulate, the media is exposing Saudi misdeeds and this sheds light on the Yemeni tragedy.
Brooklyn Native Sam Quhshi joins Chilly Pete in studio for an extended discussion digging deep into the regional history and politics that have lead to this humanitarian disaster that finally the world is paying attention to. But is it too late?
Segment 3: Chilly Pete is joined in studio with Dr. Katrina Foster, the Rev. of Greenpoint’s St.John’s Lutheran Church for a widespread discussion on ethics and spirituality in America today.
Exercise your mind in this weeks Ethical Dillema segment, where difficult questions are posed to local thought leaders with the belief that we should all think carefully when acting in hopes of making the best life choices possible.
Should Chilly Pete expose a criminal who is going to open a local business and should he partake in a business deal when a client is not getting all the information they possibly could be?
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