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Tonight, on a freestyle edition of the Never Daunted Radio Network, co-host Ashley Byrd is back to take keepin' it real to a whole new level with news of a young Colorado rapper who goes by the stage name Adequate Advocate put some of his tough talking peers to shame by recording a song about engaging the local police in a standoff — while in the middle of an actual standoff with local police. It's a case of flash bangin' on wax.
Next, a man angry with a woman he dated posted photos of her 2-month-old daughter on Craigslist, trying to sell the baby for $100, the excuse? The baby was "really getting on my nerves." Seems like a pacifier and a lullaby was just too much. Later, in tonight's #DontBeDumb segment, when Freda Johnson got a ticket for not wearing a seatbelt, she was mad and wanted the authorities to know it. Problem is, she let them know by calling 911 to complain...as the officer was printing out the citation. Naturally she was arrested, and naturally...we have to talk about her stupidity. Finally, with sex tapes becoming more and more a part of the mainstream, and sex tapes coming out faster than new episodes of Breaking Bad or Mad Men, are people able to tell the difference between real sex and sex on screen? Ashley and I will talk about how this could be affecting the average Joe and Jane in the bedroom. We'll make sure to put a sock on the doorknob. All this and more, tonight on the Never Daunted Radio Network!
It's good to talk.