Believe it or not, we're going to keep this simple and succint (for a change)! Join Dburt, Capt. Kirk and the "Uncanny" Daryll B. for a new episode of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse Mixtape (when The Comic Shoppe and Afronerd Radio lines are "blerd") broadcast airing this Saturday at 6pm eastern. The topical cornucopia to be discussed while gassing up the Mike Tyson "mystery van" are: as Will Ferrell's Funny or Die site gets shopped for a sale that could be north of 300 million dollars, Dburt asks the immortal questions-So where's Black version?; Harvard students take the 1964 Louisiana literacy test intended to supress Black voters of that period and as expected, the alleged brightest young minds of our country flunked!; the crew continues (with Daryll B's assistance) to decipher last week's Big Hero 6 and Interstellar film releases; a serious discussion regarding American's fascination with Kim Kardashian's (and White women by proxy) plump posterior and why minority women seem to be suspiciously left out of this American phenomenon; animator, LaSean Thomas (Boondocks, Black Dynamite) has a Kickstarter campaign for a project entitled, Canon Busters; YourBlackWorld.net's Dr. Boyce Watkins' latest op-ed ponders why the highly esteemed Black Enterprise mag reimagined basketball legend, Michael Jordan as a Black leader worthy of a fantasy placement on Mt. Rushmore; actor/game show host/speechwriter, Ben Stein is at again with a scathing commentary levied toward the Black underclass; The Washington Postprovides yet another ponderous and indefensible disquisition on the evolution of the "n-word" (double yawn); and if time permits, in Blue Area news, a former teacher develops an app that may close the achievement gap in underperforming schools. Call live at646-915-9620.
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