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  • 01:48

    The Ripped Review #4

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    today on THE RIPPED REVIEW:


    I must have gone to at least 10 different dispensaries in Denver on 420, and this product was by far the purchase that impressed me the most during the holiday. It was a house brand called "Natures Kitchen" made by the dispensary called "Natures herbs and wellness center" address: 3435 South Yosemite Street Denver, Colorado 80231. "Natures Kitchen" offers a variety of treats including cookies and candies, but i ended up going with the fudge because it was the most economical. The fudge had the highest milligram for the lowest price. Plus, since it was 420, they had a great deal going on (Buy one "natures kitchen" brand get one for $4.20) so i got them for even cheaper than they already are. The 4 pieces inside pump out a whooping 71.25 mg per bottle. What flavor fudge you ask?....... RUM PECAN.... sayyyyy whaaaaa?! Yes, rum pecan and it tasted just as phenomenal as it sounds. In fact, it was so tasty that i could see people dishing out extra cash for this product if they raised the price. (which, lets hope they don't do! lol) Also, just to add, it defiantly functioned as it was supposed to. i was talking nonsense, and got really giggly with my friends. take a look at these scrumptious fudge pieces and tell me what you think!!

  • 01:41

    The Ripped Review

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    Today on the medicated menu:


    sooooo cool story for you guys!!! i found this crazy strain in denver called "grimace." I was told that this strain was specific to their dispensary "next harvest." i was extremely impressed with its deep deep purple color and intoxicating smell. The strain was a sativa, and had the upllifting high that most people like. I personally like indica more than sativa, but i would have still bought that strain again any day. So after being so impressed with it, and only buying a gram, i surely wanted more..... only to find out, they ran out of it that same day. so i posted it online to share my awesome experiance, and how upset i was that i couldnt find it anywhere else... THEN THE GOOD NEWS CAME! a lady from georgia on my personal facebook account told me a family member of hers worked at a dispensary in colorado called altitude west off federal in denver. She said they sold a strain called "phat purple" that looked just like it. Intriuged, i instantly took a trip to go check it out. sure enough, "phat purple" was very similar to the grimace i found!!! EXECPT IT CAME WITH A PLUS.... It was cheaper, and "phat purple" was an indica instead of a sativa like the grimace. It still had that same smell and absolutely beautiful color, but it tasted more invigorating and light on the lungs. Also, just to add it gave me that heavy giggly feeling i was looking for in an indica. overall i am very happy with this strain "phat purple" and the dispensary altitute west in denver. great prices. great product.

  • 00:30

    The Ripped Review #1

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    Join Us For The Hottest Show Around!!!


    We will be going LIVE to talk about everything from The 2016 420 Ralley to the best DEALS in town!!!


     


     


     

  • 00:56

    Inside The New York Times Book Review: ‘All the Single Ladies’

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    This week, Rebecca Traister talks about “All the Single Ladies”; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Ben Ratliff discusses “Every Song Ever”; Richard Armitage discusses his audiobook recording of “David Copperfield”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.

  • 00:56

    Inside The New York Times Book Review: ‘All the Single Ladies’

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    This week, Rebecca Traister talks about “All the Single Ladies”; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Ben Ratliff discusses “Every Song Ever”; Richard Armitage discusses his audiobook recording of “David Copperfield”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.

  • 00:44

    The Phoenix Book Review

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    This month's book review is of M.Scott Peck's 'People of the Lie'. Peck is a psychiatrist that examines the evil that people do and the motivations. It's a lengthy book full of interesting thoughts. Tune in for Alanda's breakdown and we'll discuss some of the implications for today. 

  • 01:30

    INDIE REVIEW RADIO/ DAISHA / INDIE ARTIST

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    Daisha started with a back-up dance career that’s spanned some of the largest urban hip-hop, pop, and R&B acts in recent memory– Rihanna, Diddy, Ryan Leslie, Letoya Lucket, Santigold, Janelle Monae, Jill Scott and Beyonce’ to name a few. However, after reaching the top of the working commercial dance world, her passion and vision to express herself as a performing artist hadn’t quite satisfied her own self-fulfillment. “Even before being on the road for so long, I envisioned an original live experience more theatrical and expressive than dance alone could reveal about me,” says Daisha. Her artistic presence is noticeable, and likable.


    Less you think this is the story of just another professional dancer wanting to be a pop-star, Daisha was trained as a classical pianist since the age of 5 and also participated in choirs throughout high school and college. “Music had always been an important part of my life, but dance became the perfect medium for exposing me to the professional music industry.”


    Daisha’s versatile nature and willingness to never limit her endeavors continues to land her a multitude of endless opportunities. She has landed roles on feature films such as, Step Up 2, Step up 3D, When in Rome and most recently VH1's original movie The Breaks.  She is also the co-founder of Daisha and Alicia Graf Arts Collective (aka D(n)A Arts), an initiative she and her sister Alicia Graf Mack created; committed to enriching lives through the arts.

  • 01:02

    Pulse of the Pack: 2016 Draft Review

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    Jacob and Jason review the Packers draft class of 2016.  How did Ted Thompson & Co fare?  Are the Packers better now than they were at the end of last season?  What can we realistically expect from this rookie class and how might it impact next year's free agent crop?  Hear all of your draft opionions here on. . Pulse of the Pack!


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    Pulse of the Pack is your weekly stop for what's new with the Green Bay Packers. Jacob Westendorf of Today's Pigskin and Jason Perone of CheeseheadTV bring "Pulse" to the Packers Talk Network. Be sure to follow the guys on Twitter at @JacobWestendorf and @JasonPerone.

  • 00:37

    Inside The New York Times Book Review: ‘A Mother’s Reckoning’

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    This week, Sue Klebold talks about her new memoir; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Matthew Desmond discusses “Evicted”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.

  • 00:22

    Lucifer 1x12 #TeamLucifer | Review

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    SPOILERS/NSFW - DC on SCREEN #160 - Lucifer 1x12 #TeamLucifer | Review - The punches connect, and so does this episode of Lucifer -- FINALLY!  A ritualistic satanic sacrifice has Lucifer up in arms while attempting to remain at arms length from Det Decker after realizing that she makes him mortal.  The suspect in the murder then turns up sacrificed as well, and some clues point to Lucifer while another points to a disturbed street preacher who accosts Lucifer in public.  Of course, it is Malcolm, formerly of Hell, who rescues Lucifer from harming the preacher publicly, and of course it is Malcolm who is caught quite literally red-handed.  Lucifer is livid that Malcolm would do such things in his honor, but Amenadiel shows up to confront Lucifer about Maze (who has been having sex with Amenadiel and kinda almost killed Amenadiel with a demon blade before hesitating because of her feelings, but Amenadiel caught her and doesn’t realize her feelings…  So big fight between Lucifer and Amenadiel. Maze brings them the daggers and tells them to kill each other because she’s done being their pawns. Amenadiel leaves. Lucifer begins to drink and nurse his wounds, and Chloe comes by, but puts Lucifer under arrest when she finds the street preacher murdered beside the bar.

  • 00:21

    Arrow 4x19 - Canary Cry | Review

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    SPOILERS/NSFW - DC on SCREEN #166 - Arrow 4x19 - Canary Cry | Review - The team attempts to mourn Laurel's death as a new  Black Canary is seen stopping an illegal weapons exchange. Oliver discovers that someone took Laurel’s sonic device from the hospital. The imposter is Evelyn Sharp, a H.I.V.E. prisoner whom Oliver believed was with Darhk voluntarily. So more self-blame for Ollie. Captain Lance desperately looks for proof that Laurel is alive, then, when her death is absolutely proven,  for a way to resurrect Laurel, even calling Nyssa al Ghul for some Lazarus Pit assistance. Diggle, full of guilt over getting Laurel killed, goes after Darhk's wife, Ruvé Adams, but Oliver stops him from killing her (for some reason). Ruvé issues arrest warrants for all vigilantes. Sharp goes after Ruvé publicly, but Oliver is able to talk her out of killing her. At Laurel's funeral, Oliver reveals Laurel was The Black Canary to preserve her legacy. Afterwards, Oliver vows to kill Darhk. In flashbacks, Oliver and Laurel begin a new relationship following the death of Tommy Merlyn, but leaves for ultimately leaves Laurel to grieve on her own when he leaves for Lian Yu.