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In his own words, Anthony Mulay explains the technology he uses to rid New York City's sidewalks of gum patches, and where his machine gets the most use.
Timing and Cues
Program: Street Performer
Producer: Evelyn Lombardo and Shane D’April (dee-APE-rill), WFUV, New York
SUGGESTED HOST INTRO:
People make a living doing all kinds of odd jobs. Here's a guy who’s found a niche scraping gum off the sidewalks.
SUGGESTED HOST TAG:
The Gumbuster comes to us from producers Evelyn Lombardo and Shane D’April (dee-APE-rill) at WFUV in New York City.
RUNDOWN (Timings & Cues):
IQ: "My name is Anthony Mulay…"
OQ: "...I don’t mind so much." Then brief applause fade.