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Filibuster podcast episode 142: Proletariat housing

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We talk about D.C. United's 6-4 victory over RSL, preview the Montreal Impact game, and break down Cold War housing options in DC.

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Rejoice because Filibuster is back to meet your ears on this Wednesday morning. Adam, Jason, and Ben are here to talk about what is going on with D.C. United these past two games, their comebacks from 2-0 down in both, and Taylor Kemp's ridiculous goal. Then we have to talk about what is wrong with the defense, and we specifically talk about Perry Kitchen and Steve Birnbaum.

We then get into a news roundup! We talk about Populous being selected as the architect for the D.C. United stadium, talk about Andy Najar possibly being sold and what they would mean for United, and some disappointing news about United's academy.

We breakdown D.C. United's upcoming game the Montreal Impact, and talk about Didier Drogba and the fixture congestion that Montreal is currently facing. We end the show by answering some of your Twitterbox questions. Give it a listen!

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