Tonight, on a burning edition of the Never Daunted Radio Network, we close out the week with news that a new adaptation of Marvel Comics' Fantastic Four is causing minor controversy due to the casting of Michael B. Jordan, a black man, in the role of Johnny Storm, a white character. We'll rant a bit about how stunt casting can be mistaken for diversity, and why that usually ends up hurting more than it helps.
Next, we take a trip back to our favorite state of mystery and wonder as a Florida school teacher faces battery charges after allegedly forcing a 10-year-old student to put his hands in a filthy urinal last week. The best part? When arrested, the teacher showed zero remorse. We'll find just how far the ruler is stuck up this school marm's back side.
Later, from the Sick SOB file: Tim Margis is the director of public safety for Concordia University in Chicago. Er, he was, that is, until a week ago, when he was arrested for ejaculating into the shoe of a female coworker in her campus office. Was he squeezing out frustration, or was it a case of love gone wrong?
And finally, maybe there is something to be said about being jolly and fat instead of dour and thin as a new study states feeling extreme loneliness on a long-term basis can be worse than obesity in terms of increasing the potentially lethal health risks that lead to premature death. We'll talk about the study and try to convince you to get out of your mother's basement!
All that and more, tonight on the Never Daunted Radio Network!
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