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Welcome to yet another show of HOLLYWOOD CORNER and join us as we are welcoming in the very end of it, and as such will talk about anything, everything except the kitchen sink.
Tonight we talk about one man's tale from going to Hollywood and then facing homelessness, and we will also talk about the reality of it all, as often covered to dismiss the critics and offer some realism into the mix. Join us today on another amazing show.
Tonight's show is going to be a very truthful & honest one about many different topics including John Lennon getting absolutely slammed by certain articles I've come across on the web, even more pop-culture news for you, crazies in Hollywood and the scene around it & more.
Sometimes the crazy just gets way too overwhelming and we need to just blatantly, flat out, talk about it, and not let anything get in our way.
Today is that time, so please join me, Krayola & Zuul as we talk about all of these nasty, nasty things ;)
Join Dr. Karlene Richardson week nights and weekends at 11 PM on The Dr. Karlene Richardson Show. Go with Dr. Richardson as she explore topics many seek to avoid or 'sweep under the rug'. Listen in as she debates, discusses, or interviews with others their perspectives on issues and current trends.
The Title of tonight's discussion is: Workplace Bullying
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Who should Direct a live action movie of Akira?
Only stupid people hate Prometheus.
Could people please STFU about a Batman solo film already
Bullying is a problem in many schools throughout Missouri. In February, Blake Kitchen, a young student with Asperger's was beaten at Liberty Middle School. Blake is still recovering from serious injuries he suffered in the attack.
Blake's family and others had reached out to various school officials several times about bullying concerns leading up to the day Blake was attacked. Blake was discovered laying unconscious on the cafeteria floor in a pool of his own blood before receiving medical attention.
Though school officials weren't quick to make any statements, the severity of the situation, and Blake's injuries rapidly captured attention throughout the state, including lawmakers like Senator Eric Schmitt.
In a passionate plea on the Senate floor, the usually mild mannered Senator urged bipartisan action from colleagues to address the problems with bullying in Missouri's schools. Schmitt said he was speaking from the heart about the issue, and that all kids have the right to expect to be safe in their schools.
Liberty Middle School bullying news story
Senator Eric Schmitt speaks out about bullying in Missouri's schools.
Ms. Kitchen: severely beaten son said, "Mommy, I'm going to die."
Credits: KCTV5, Missouri Senate, The Missouri Times, and St. Louis Public Radio.
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Night of the Living Dead Origin Movie?!!! WTF!!!???
Chris Pratt new Indiana Jones?!!!
The Last of Us movie?!!!
Trailer for New Fantastic Four (X-men First Class Ripoff)!!!
Star Wars: The Force Awakens Rant
War Movies Rant
Hollywood Hunk, Rick Mora, star of Twilight, Deadliest Warrior, Little Boy and Yellow Rock joins the show on a Special Takeover by our very own Mary Lou Munroe Rey.
Live from Hollywood at 7:00 p.m. PST and at Noon on Wednesday in Brisbane, Australia, Mary Lou will interview this accomplished actor!
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In this special episode host Madelaine Standing and Australian-success author, Dean Mayes, talk about when and where bullying has shown up in his own liffe as well as what the causes and effects are of bullying. How do some people overcome bullying and some don't?
Dean Mayes is an author of fiction that speaks to all walks of life and is a father of two. If you like what you hear on the show check out his website DeanFromAustralia.Com
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This show is from the CBS News Show called "48 Hours." Middle school can be a place for learning, discovery and friendships. But for some kids, it can also be a place of cruelty, loneliness and fear.
Aislyn Doeur: "You're supposed to feel comfortable. And like you're scared to walk in the hallways. ...I was scared that I wasn't going to have any friends."
Jacob Kaufman: "It just got to that feeling of desperation, and pretty much hopelessness."
Genesis Johnson: "I was so scared I didn't know what to do. I didn't know who to go to."
Johnny Cagno: I wasn't accepted at school. I couldn't be who I am. ...I was very, very scared to go to school every day.
Johnny Cagno is an eighth grader at Birchwood Middle School in North Providence, Rhode Island. The school opened its doors last winter and gave "48 Hours" unprecedented access.
"48 Hours" spent six months at Johnny's school because middle school is often ground zero for bullying.
"You're judged constantly," Johnny told CBS News correspondent Tracy Smith. "Whether it's your orientation, your clothing, your -- well, how you look, you know, everything."
Since he can remember, Johnny has always been made to feel different.
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