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  • 00:31

    The Legal Show--Blurred Lines Case

    in Legal

    The music industry has been put on its ear with the Blurred Lines case

  • 03:00

    "Blurred Lines...Metrosexual or GAY?"

    in Radio

    Back in the day, there used to be a clear distinction between: Gay and Straight…Hoe and Respectable…Christian and Satanist etc. Tune into a special “Ask Dedan” edition of “The Dedan Tolbert Show” LIVE TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST on “Blurred Lines”, where we’ll discuss gay men who claim to be “metro sexual” and many other often ignored topics. Feel free to call in with questions/comments to 646 200 0366 or listen LIVE online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... “Real Radio that Matters”

  • 01:14

    Episode 122 (Blurred Lines)

    in Sports

    Anthony @StrikeTwiceTB joins to talk about the latest allegations aginst Patrick Kane. After they break down the Drouin sitiation and the possible moves of the franchise. Kyle talks about the Mike Smith hiring for the Buccaneers and the guys talk about the divisional playoffs and the future of the Buccaners. 

  • 01:01

    Angie Stone vs. Diamond Stone, Blurred Lines Lawsuit, Joseline Hernandez, & More

    in Entertainment

    Listen to the "ICC Morning Show" as we give you the scoop on the altercation between Angie Stone and her daughter, Diamond, that left the R&B singer in jail.


    We'll also fill you in on the verdict in the "Blurred Lines" lawsuit and tell you how much Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams will have to pay up. 


    And find out what Joseline Hernandez had to say about "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" that confirmed what we already knew. 

  • 01:27

    Blurred Lines: What do the Political Parties stand for?

    in Politics

    Blurred Lines: What do the political parties stand for?


    Hillary Clinton, Jed Bush or Donald Trump: are you just as confused as most of America? There use to be a time where the parties and their platforms were clear--Republican, Democrat or Independent. Today there is so much in-fighting and skirting around the issues that many voters either vote based on their family's chosen party or not at all.


    Join us next Sunday, May 31st at 8:30 pm EST for an open discussion with representatives for various political parties. We will discuss each parties platform, their plan of action and why each representative feels you should vote for that party. Listen in at letsfaceitradio.com or 1-733-955-0793 and press "1" to be live on air or ask your own questions.


    Also, visit our Facebook community page to review the current articles and discussions concerning this week's topic:  https://www.facebook.com/LetsFaceItRadio

  • "The Blurred Lines Of Sports: Dirty Plays, Or Criminal Acts?"

    in Lifestyle

    Intensive, hard core, often blood-curdling physical contact in sports such as basketball, hockey and football is a natural expectation in game plays. There is an expected risk of injury to the players in the normal hustle and bustle of the sport. But with the rise of flagrant fouls, penalties, scandals and serious injuries to other players resulting in fines and game suspensions, have the game plays crossed the line of 'good intense sports" to criminal assault? 


    Cincinatti Bengals' linebacker Vontaze Burfict makes a deliberate beeline for Pittsburgh Steelers' wide receiver Antonio Brown's head, while Adam Pacman Jones responds to Assistant Coach Joey Porter's illegal presence in the sidelines with violence, in addition to previous infractions--such as deliberately removing the helmet of Oakland Raiders' Amari Cooper and banging Cooper's head on the helmet while on the field--clearly are not moves or actions necessary to play great football. Under any other circumstances, this would be a prosecutable offense, and the immediate throwing of the multiple flags on the field tells that they were flagrantly foul actions.. even by the NFL's guidleines. However, the NFL punished one of those actions while overlooking the other.


    When does a player's actions on the field go beyond the scope of "great sports maneuvers" and turn into acts of assault?  Are fines and game suspensions adequate punishments for repeat offenders? Tune in tonight at 10:30 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.

  • 02:00

    Sometimes All You See Is Blurred Lines

    in Current Events

    Sometimes all you see is "Blurred Lines" when we are talking about what's really happening in our country, state cities, schools and homes.
    This week we are here to remove some of the blurriness surrounding these issues and start a real dialogue on what’s happening within politics, society, entertainment, sports and more... Our goal is to have fun while were doing it!
    Tune in Saturday, September 2013 at 7:30 PM EST 
    REAL TALK LIVE 
    We are covering a range of topics this week:  - The Anniversary of 9/11 - Syria - Stop and Frisk - Upcoming Election  - Politics in General and once again the role we play in it.    For Entertainment we will discuss  - Lee Daniels movie "The Butler" - The Venus and Serena Documentary - Fallen Sports Heroes and the power of a persons Brand - Robin Thicke and Marvin "Gaye's Blurred Lines" lawsuit   And so much more....    Be sure to tune into the show this Saturday and share your feedback.  The chat room will be open and we will be tweeting live if you have questions please email us at info@realtalklive216.net or tweet us @@realtalklive216

  • 02:00

    "The Blurred Lines OF Sports: Dirty Plays, Or Criminal Assault?"

    in Lifestyle

    Intensive, hard core, often blood-curdling physical contact in sports such as basketball, hockey and football is a natural expectation in game plays. There is an expected risk of injury to the players in the normal hustle and bustle of the sport. But with the rise of flagrant fouls, penalties, scandals and serious injuries to other players resulting in fines and game suspensions, have the game plays crossed the line of 'good intense sports" to criminal assault? 


    Cincinatti Bengals' linebacker Vontaze Burfict makes a deliberate beeline for Pittsburgh Steelers' wide receiver Antonio Brown's head, while Adam Pacman Jones responds to Assistant Coach Joey Porter's illegal presence in the sidelines with violence, in addition to previous infractions--such as deliberately removing the helmet of Oakland Raiders' Amari Cooper and banging Cooper's head on the helmet while on the field--clearly are not moves or actions necessary to play great football. Under any other circumstances, this would be a prosecutable offense, and the immediate throwing of the multiple flags on the field tells that they were flagrantly foul actions.. even by the NFL's guidleines. However, the NFL punished one of those actions while overlooking the other.


    When does a player's actions on the field go beyond the scope of "great sports maneuvers" and turn into acts of assault?  Are fines and game suspensions adequate punishments for repeat offenders? Tune in tonight at 10:30 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.

  • 00:31

    Mile High Club: Blurred Lines w/ Sam Jones

    in Romance

    The Mile High Club hosts King and Jasmine have a very special show in store for all their listeners. This week they sit down with New York’s modern day Renaissance woman Sam Jones. Sam is a jack of all trades, besides being a freelance content creator for a variety of NY’s movers and shakers. Ms. Jones has her own hilarious NSFW YouTube channel ‘At Home with Sam Jones’ and ‘Barnaby Jones’ a bow tie line. Listen as Sam and her boyfriend Mike, candidly discuss their personal experience taking the Jet Setting Jasmine fetish survey and couple results with co-pilots Jasmine and King. Take the JSJ fetish survey for yourself and discover your sexual ‘blurred lines…I know you want’. 

  • WMLR PRESENTS.....MOOR LOVE..THE BLURRED LINES BETWEEN LOVE & LUST

    in Entertainment

    YOUR #1 STATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF REBUILDING OUR NATION WMLR PRESENTS MOOR LOVE! A SHOW DEDICATED TO THE PROMOTING, ENCOURAGEMENT, AND REPAIRING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE BLACK MAN & BLACK WOMAN! JOIN US AS WE HAVE CONSTRUCTIE CONVERSATION ABOUT HOW THE LINES BETWEEN LOVE & LUST ARE COMMONLY BLURRED. DOES THIS CONTRIBUTE TO THE INABILITY TO MAINTAIN OUR RELATIONSHIPS? DO WE TRANSFER LINGERING ENERGY (BAGGAGE) FROM PAST RELATIONSHIPS? JOIN US!!!

  • 01:49

    E.E.R.S: Big Brother 15 | Blurred Lines As Rape Song?

    in Entertainment

    Tonight at 8pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it's The Ernest Experience Radio Show.
    In the first set, your host Ernest talks about the finale of the CBS game show Big Brother 15.  This was, by far, the most controversial year of the show, laced with racism, homophobia, machismo, bigotry, and more.  Who did what, and what's to come for everyone now?
    In the second set, Ernest defends Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" as not being a "rape song".  The very term sounds ridiculous.  Ernest will give you more examples of songs that could be construed as rape songs, but should they?  And who really is singing about rape, and gets ignored?
    All this plus NPR news, weather.com 3-day forecast, and music throughout the show by Solange!  Don't miss it!