Strong show
This was a really gripping story. My only gripe is that the host doesn’t seem to get that he’s not going to understand people in Woodstock until he can drop his privileged NYC lens. Yes, Tyler thinks what he does is justified because he’s had a VERY different life than Brian Reed. It’s not an excuse, but it IS a reason. I think the show just reveals the ignorance of privilege more than anything else.
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