Tonight, on a sore losing edition of the Never Daunted Radio Network, we take a look at the rabid nature of college football in the South, which whips up hundreds of thousands of fans into a frenzy, with sometimes deadly results. Tonight, we feature news that a woman was shot to death after Saturday's Alabama-Auburn Iron Bowl game. We'll talk about what went down, and ask why a religion for some ends in death.
Next, in case you were wondering if money could buy you everything, a Powerball winner has died broke and all alone in hospice care, just 12 years after raking in $27million cash from a lottery jackpot. We'll see what happened, and talk about just how easy it is to blow a million bucks when you never had money to start with.
Later, on last night's show, we talked about how racism continues to rear its ugly head on innocent bystanders, well Texas has managed to kick things up a notch as a 13-year-old white girl was taken by Houston police Saturday from her two black, male guardians and placed in Child Protective Services without being given so much as a reason. Of course, we know exactly what that reason is, and we'll talk about it.
And finally, whiskey is good, and whiskey is great, but this is going a bit far: Authorities trying to solve a distillery heist that netted cases of prized Kentucky bourbon have monitored websites and interviewed more than 100 people since the pricey whiskey was taken weeks ago. Now a cash reward is getting mixed in. Will it be enough to wet the right whistles?
All this and more, tonight on the Never Daunted Radio Network!
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