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As a pilot show we'll be joined by a special gues host and discuss various controversial topics in true DH opinionated, no holds barred fashion. We'll take callers and try not to bruise feels.
Our main topic for this week a discussion of police interaction with different races. We'll take your calls.
Also, other insane news of the day, and can you really get drunk from sticking alcohol soaked paper towels in your ass? We'll find out.
Join us Monday night.
Be prepared to lose your ego!
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Get your Windex and paper towels, nerdgasms abound in the first 10 minutes. Brian “Third Leg” Ibbott drops a load of MCU’s “Infinity War” speculation and swaps thoughts with Charles and Paul. The Russo brothers drop a possible spoiler bomb of information, in a recent interview. The hosts wax geeketic on how to introduce FF and Spiderman into the MCU.
Ryan Coogler is set to visualize and guide the creed of the Black Panther and direct the future of Wakanda in the MCU. The hosts reveal they haven't seen Creed. SPOILERS, it's awesome!! Paul fantasizes high ideals and tone for the upcoming feature.
ABC teases upcoming Marvel projects, consisting of a second comedy, a Mockingbird pilot order, and a secret project helmed by John Ridley; the hosts fill-in the blanks with their flights of fancy.
Deadpool gets crafty with alternative billboards and pitches to get more of the ladies into the theater.
Hosts: Charles McFall, Paul Klotz, Brian Ibbott
Producer: Mike Woodard
Breaking the Panel is brought to you by the Giant Size Team Up Network.
How much do we love Mark Arthur Miller? Enough to pass around virtual towels when he's guesting - because his vocals are THAT hot ;) When we first met Mark, his "Soul Searching" EP had just arrived - in 2013. Well, guess what? He's on his way to make sure that we get MORE music. Because he's about to launch a campaign to get the funds he needs - and he's going to tell us all about it!
If you don't know our friend's story, hold onto your hat. Mark was raised in the depths of Chicago, the only white boy on the block. He absorbed the music around him, to say the least. What helped that neighborhood music stick to his emotional ribs? That fact that his Dad was a respected staff writer at Motown. Mark and his father were estranged - but the music that he heard him turn out in the Motor City inspired young Miller in ways that he couldn't explain. He knew that his path in life would be similar to what "chose" his Dad (discovered by Berry Gordy). Because, really, we don't choose what our passion is: it chooses US.
We've already thrilled to the life that Mark gives songs - witness what he does to Michael Jackson's "The Way You Make Me Feel." Hence, the need for virtual towels ;) Let's help Mark get his Christmas present. Let's get this fundraiser going to give us the music that we love: the Jazz-infused SOUL that this man does like no one else! You best believe that Ron Miller is watching over his son's journey. Bet Stevie Wonder would take an interest, too. After all, Mr. Miller wrote FIVE of Stevie's hit records. We're all FAMILY, after all. And Brother Mark is gonna make you smile, talking about just that - one of his favorite subjects :) Join us on 11/19!
When did our culture change from that of "courtship" to that of "dating"? Courtship is when a young man who is interested in a young lady meets her parents and spends time with her to determine if they are compatible for marriage. If they are, they marry, if not, th part company. Dating is when a young man who is interested in a young lady spends time with her with the hope and expectation that they will have sex. They eventually have sex and keep,having sex until they decide they are no longer compatible. If they split, hopefully a pregnancy has not occurred. We are watching our children participant in a degenerate American culture which teaches men and women to use each other like disposable,paper towels. How can we get the younger generationback to the family building culture of courtship, rather than the emotionally exploitive practice of "dating"?
When did our culture change from "Courtship" to "Dating"? Courtship is when a young man who is interested in a young lady meets her parents and spends time with her to determine if they are compatible for marriage. If they are, they get married. If not, they part company. There might be hurt feelings or disappointments if things don't work out, but other than that, there's no harm done. Dating, on the other hand, is when a young man who is interested in a young lady spends time with her with the hopes and expectations that they will have sex. Eventually they have sex and continue to have sex until they discover they are no longer compatible. Hopefully a pregnancy has not happened during that time, if it has, things can get messy if there was a bad break up. We are watching our children participate in a degenerate American culture that teaches men and women to use each other like disposable paper towels. Relationships have no trust because the purpose is not declared from the beginining, in fact, men become annoyed if a woman mentions too early in the "dating" experience any thing about marriage. Courtship prepares a couple to become part of a family. Dating has become an exploitive means of having uncommitted sex while trying to mature into adulthood. How can we teach young people the rules of "courtship" as opposed to the arbitrariness of "dating"?
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