Irwin Chusid
 

 
“Irwin Chusid is a tedious ideologue with a hustle.”
Robert Christgau, Village Voice

“It is Groundhogs Day in Puerto Rico. Yes it is! If you recall, we had a spirited debate on the meaning of Ground Hogs Day in Puerto Rico in the elevator of a small department store, that I neither have the gumption or the gumption to name at the moment. Spring is near a few of friends say. I don’t think email is the proper medium to convey my anger about how the music community downplays the differences in certain animal-revelatory prognostications. When we met (via a mutual friend who adores your radio show) I enjoyed your humor, and they way I suspected you removed yourself emotionally to what Groundhogs day has come to mean in PR, particularly with the many important referendums coming up. When I first heard the song ‘Groundhogs Day In Puerto Rico,’ I wanted to retire from years of bagging ‘X.’ As I told you during our only encounter, there is something lethally beautiful about the way certain predictions become their shadows. I owe you Irwin, a great apology, or a hug.”
— Dominic Maltempi, Feb. 2, 2013

“Irwin Chusid is not a lawyer, but simply an ambitious individual. He refuses to provide an address, so you understand that he is not a responsible person.”
— Bernard Stollman, Oct 30, 2014

“I’m SO happy that you’re on the radio, because even if you’re not as pretty as Rachel Maddow, I do find you easier to look at nonetheless.”
— Frankie Montevideo, Nov. 16, 2016

“Irwin is a good student, but he has a tendency to wander away from the group.”
— 1st grade report card, Hawthorne Avenue School

“Irwin Chusid: Writer, Record Producer, Radio Personality & Bon Vivant”
JewWatch.com (Scholarly Library of Facts about Domestic & Worldwide Zionist Criminality)

Updated: November 16, 2016