Tonight, on a junk in the trunk edition of the Never Daunted Radio Network, we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the release of Die Hard with a story that has nothing to do with the movie. A Tennessee woman coping with a severe lower back problem endured even more pain when a doctor diagnosed her with "ghetto booty." Whoop, whoop...pull over indeed. In tonight's "Essentials", we feature "Live in New Orleans" a live album by Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly. Recorded over the course of two nights in 1980, this represents one of the finest, most dancable live albums in memory. We'll share a track or two off the album...and dare you not to dance.
Later, as a part of the country believes the only good black teen is a dead one, A five-year-old girl who was abducted Thursday in Lancaster Township was rescued and returned safely to her mother thanks a pair of teens who located the kidnapper and chased him down on their bikes. George Zimmerman was unavailable for comment as he was busy getting his pistol back. Finally, in "Kids are Dumb" news, 22 children who became ill Thursday after eating lunch at a San Diego school cafeteria made themselves sick on purpose as part of a game, school officials confirmed. We'll talk about how they managed it, and share some memories about class-wide stupidity. All that and more, tonight on the Never Daunted Radio Network!
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