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Konichiwa, people!  Check out our latest episode of The Mid Week in Review, as engineered by Afronerd Machine Works.  Join your hosts, Dburt and Capt. Kirk as they use their metaphysical magnifiers to analyze the following (mid) week issues: after poking fun at Congresswoman Maxine Waters last week, it appears that Fox correspondent, Bill O'Reilly finds himself in hot water for having settled female harrassment claims to the tune of $13 million; a Muslim HS student mentioned Black Lives Matter as a subject for his Stanford University application statement in a unique way that worked!; Dburt's dream of weaponized drones being used to address inner city terrorism may be getting closer to reality thanks to a pending Connecticut bill (thanks, APB);  a White 2 year old schools an ADULT cashier regarding her choice of a Black doll; more on the Marvel Comics diversity debate as it relates to alleged sluggish sales; former FLOTUS, Michelle Obama causes an internet sensation for sporting a more natural hairstyle; Packers DE, Ricky Jean Francois alludes to owning 25 Dunkin Donut franchises and how important it is to be financially astute when one's athletic career comes to a close; as rapper Drake breaks a record for having the highest single album streaming record, shouldn't R & B/Hip Hop devotees be concerned that they reportedly prefer to stream music versus the fans of Ed Sheeran who actually BUY his music?; Roland founder and MIDI pioneer Ikutaro Kakehashi passes at 87; a NJ teen is accepted into all 8 Ivies and Stanford and lastly, just what is going on at one of our "Black Ivies," Morehouse College?  A recent Root piece entitled, War at Morehouse reports on a probe concerning the famed institution's leadership (or lack thereof). Call the hosts LIVE at 646-915-9620.    

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