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Published: 2011/07/07

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Widespread Panic
Cuthbert Amphitheater Eugene, OR

Set I: Glory, Rock, Little Kin > jam > Action Man, True To My Nature > Diner^ > C. Brown, Good People > Dark Bar > Good People > Give, Mr Soul

Set II: Bowlegged Woman > Proving Ground > Bowlegged Woman, Wondering > Cotton Was King, Born Under A Bad Sign*, Red Hot Mama*, Airplane > JAM > Drumz > Drumz & Bass > Greta, Genesis, Ain’t Life Grand^^

Enc: Let’s Get The Show On The Road, Send Your Mind > Climb To Safety

Notes: ^Highway to Heaven Rap, * with Ivan Neville on keys, Ian Neville on guitar, ^^ JB on mandolin



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Shohei April 22, 2012, 10:13:51

Building a fence does not change the uspply of Labor willing to work for better compensation in the US (and at a rate less than what Americans legally have to be paid even if there was parity with US wages in the US there would be downward pressure on wages because of the increase in uspply). The fence, IDs, guards, vigilantes, moats and crocodiles will also not change the demand for that cheaper labor by the wealthy power elite in this country.Adam Smith would state definitevely that this will create a black market. The way to remove this black market is to have Mexoco pay Mexicans equal pay for equal work in Mexico. I am not saying that I like the reality of that situation, I am just looking at it with as much objectivity as possible. Incidentally the same situation exists for the drug trade based on the demand in this country the fact that it is illegal drives enourmous profits into substances that would otherwise be as cheap as dirt. Does anyone have any idea where some of those profits go??

Cami April 24, 2012, 03:18:18

Such an imrpesisve answer! You’ve beaten us all with that!

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