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Join us for Episode 3 of the Inspectah Ant & M. Bowden Show. We will discuss North Korea's hack of Sony. And Sony's discission to pull the plug on the Seth Rogan and James Franco's new movie The Interview. Also, we will talk about the situation evolving 7th Heaven star Stephen Collins.
Tonight WeaponX and myself, Bayne, will talk Sony Playstation. The Playstation 4 is the best selling current generation console right now and we will talk if it can carry us into the future. We will talk why the Playstation is doing so well and can it keep the pace it has going. We will also talk how we feel it can take gaming into new directions and things they should focus on to evolve gaming. If you like Playstation and want to hear some positive talk about your beloved system of choice then come listen to us spread the good word about Playstation.
U.S. set to blame North Korea for Sony hack- The U.S. is ready to blame North Korea for the crippling hack attack at Sony Pictures, as the studio said Wednesday it would cancel next week's planned release of its controversial comedy "The Interview."
Live from Tel Aviv, Israel. The best reporter Julie Gray- Is fired up about the Sony Scandal.You have seen her writings on the subject in social media. Julie will talk live on The Brian The Hammer Show about her true feelings without censorship.
-Just returned from the London Screenwriter's Festival where I was a featured speaker. Very popular class about Writing With Purpose -My website: www.rswriters.com -Jim Morgan and the Door at the Edge of the World - YA novel I story edited will be released on Amazon on December 3rd Sponsor Loretta sweet potato cookie
Our final (serious) live show of the year as the four banditos explore the following topics:
- Sony Entertainment is hacked, and the hackers are threatening more
- Paul brings us a police brutality video
- The CR was passed to fund the government...among other things
- A whiny Harvard Law student responds to criticism about requests to delay exams in wake of Michael Brown decision - we criticize further?
This week we'll discuss all the stuff that's spilled onto the internet due to the massive hack and leak suffered by Sony.
Plus we'll entertain the idea about a show that takes place on a planet that explodes. is it plausible? (It's not.)
as a bonus Kai will tell us about her past life as a privateer!
that was a lie...but who knows?
Thursday at 8pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it's The Ernest Experience Radio Show.
Tonight, Ernest and Ms. Teri talk about a few things. In Shootin' the Sh*t, the Sony Hack is talked about, and we get Ernest's perspective on it, having worked in the industry years ago.
Beverly Johnson is the latest person to come out and talk about Bill Cosby trying to drug and seduce her. Cosby's wife Camille, and one of their daughters, have both spoken out about the charges, but Cosby remains relatively silent. What's next?
The cop who murdered 12 year old Tamir Rice in a park, Timothy Loehmann, is up for a grand jury investigation, but will he be charged? Rice's death has been ruled a homicide, but so was Eric Garner's. When will the open season on non-white people end?
All this plus NPR news, Accuweather national forecast, the ERN Listening Lounge, and your phone calls at 1.347.989.1942. Join us!
Tune into our women headliner's for the week: SONY Co-chair Amy Pascal, Michelle Flournoy, Hillary Clinton, Malala Yousafzai. This week's feature is Jacqueline Whitmore, world reknown "Etiquette Expert". She is also the founder of The Protocol School of Palm Beach, a premier business etiquette consulting firm dedicated to helping executives polish their professionalism, enhance their interpersonal skills, and improve their personal brand. For more than a decade she has provided communication and leadership training programs, keynotes, and executive coaching to U.S. Department of Defense, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, Booz Allen Hamilton, Sprint, Caterpillar, Bloomingdale's, Burger King Corporation, and The Hartford Financial Services Group, just to name a few. Jacqueline is the author of Poised for Success (St. Martin's Press, Nov. 2011) and Business Class: Etiquette Essentials for Success at Work (St. Martin's Press, 2005). Jacqueline has appeared on ABC's 20/20, The Fox Report with Shepard Smith, CNN's Anderson Cooper 360°, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, ExtraTV, CNBC, and FoxBusiness.com. She is the resident etiquette expert on the local CBS affiliate, WPEC News 12. She is a frequent guest on national and international radio talk shows and has appeared on National Public Radio's Motley Fool and Marketplace.
Jimmie (J Metro) Moore is a Singer, Songwriter, Composer, Multi-Instrumentalist and Poet based in Houston Texas. Jimmie L Moore Jr. began his musical training at the age of 5 with individual piano and voice lessons, group musicianship skills were also learned at a young age when in middle school he learned to play the trombone participating in concert and marching band as well as joined several academic and community choral ensembles. Jimmie Moore received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Theory and Composition with primary instruments in Piano performance and Vocal Performance from Morehouse College in 2006.
While a Funk/Soul/Jazz base exists, you may recognize influences from nearly every musical genre known to man in his Self-titled debut album “J Metro” which was released on January 25th 2011 featuring the Billboard singles “Alcoholic Logic” and “My People”