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Perhaps the most riveting ep of WKN begins with a fake-out: Nikki, Phil, and Anya a brief discourse on sleep deprivation and bedbugs. Things heat up with talk of celebrities and sex. Topics include: Jason Segel's eyes, Debí Moore, Clooney-ing the fuck out, Lauren Bacall, aging, youth culture, who is the bigger pain in the ass in a relationship, what's worse: breaking up or being broken up with, the phenomenon of the micropenis, best and worst sex stories.
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You are hereby invited to Joyce Barrie and Friends Labor Day Celebration Party. We are joined by Kurt Fitzpatrick and his favorite celebrities. Join the festive barbeque, talk to the celebrities, have fun; just don't drink and drive! "ENJOYCE"
Beyonce, Jay-Z, Kim Kardashian, Michael Jordan, Lebron James...just to name a few. These are celebrities...super-figures in their industry which draws the excitement and attention, money and awe of millions of people of all ages..trying to get a piece of their favorite icon. They are among the highest paid people in the world, and loyal fans continue to contribute to their funding. SHould celebrities be obligated to give back to the commmunities that fund them?
Five reasons you should never take advice from celebrities - well, okay, there are a lot more than just five, but that's all we have time for; Behold a god that bleeds - it's funny as hell; Vladimir Putin's intentions are not hard to divine, but our strategic vision shouldn’t depend on them anyway; Dirty Harry serves the interests of the Reid clan above all else; and meet Senator Tim Scott (R-SC), one of the few who’ve looked into the Obama Regime’s Internet surrender.
in Self Help
Actor Michael Jace, Oscar Pistorius, Ray Rice, Solange, Beyonce' and Jay Z to name a few are in the news of late related to domestic violence and death.
Here we are in todays society and it seems that there is not any 'OUTCRY' about the senseless violence that is being displayed and what sacrifices are being made to be in the limelight.
Why are the "red flags" being ignored? Let's talk about these cases and why it is not acceptable.
in Pop Culture
In the wake of the passing of Robin Williams, I thought I would have a discussion today about why we all get so emotionally invested in the lives of celebrities. And why it hurts so much when we lose them.
Come and Pour the T with me today at 5pm. We will discuss the lives of celebrities, education, the single parent phenonmena in the Black community and so much mure.
Set your alarms for 5pm, because its going to be a hot topic day.
The number to call in is: 347-633-9497
A candid interview with Dr. Tina Bedell as she shares some insights on the directions we need to go as we realize that it's not your financial standing but your mental health which is her target as she give you ideas on how to cope as Christians who have trouble being a freak in the bedroom.
This show will discuss black female celebrities and what it means to be a role model in today's society in regards to a mother, a lady, a wife, etc. This show will also reveal the messages female celebrities are relaying to young ladies and girls and how these celebrities lead lives no different from the average woman of today, with their bank accounts being the only difference. We will dissect the lifestyles we see on television and compare them to the realities we see on a daily basis.
And to me, fame is not a positive thing. The idea of being famous is a lot better than the reality. It's fantastic when you go to premieres and people cheer you, but it's not real. And it's totally not my approach to get my name on a club door just because I can. Tom Felton
Being famous is having the power to really implement positive change in the world, and it gives you the power to do what you want. I'm really grateful for it because I can play music and people will listen.
Tune in "THIS SATURDAY" (10/4/2014) @ 6:30 pm est for "Why Do We Praise Reality Show Celebrities When They Don't Give Back to the Community?" on Deep, Dark, n Dirty. Join us in the Chatroom @ www.blogtalkradio.com/knowurnemy or CALL in @ (917)889-3369. We look forward to seeing you there.
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