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Down & Dirty After Dark is an adult sex talk show. We talk about love, sex and relationships from all walks of life. No topic is off limits here on Down & Dirty After Dark.
If you could choose one cosmetic procedure to have... what would it be?
Ladies... what type of services do you get to maintain your physical beauty (hair, nails, lashes, botox, waxing...)?
Fellas... Do you like your women to wear make-up and weave?
Also... for the 1st time ever on Down & Dirty After Dark... We are playing an on air drinking game (I NEVER). Tune in for all the fun.
Call in... 347-838-8809 or listen online.... earkandyradio.com
Tonight on a very special HOLLYWOOD CORNER, we do a part 2 of the dillholes in public out & about show, where we get absolutely dirty honest about it and I talk to you about how terrible it is to put up with such rude and nasty people. We also talk about more things online, because so much happens every week that it is absolutely ridiculous and in needs of major updates.
I told you that now that we're down to the last 10 shows, we're going to be GOING ALL OUT.
This week we were blessed with a short fan film about the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers from the production company that brought us " Dirty Laundry" and " Truth in Journalism"
unlike the aforementioned shorts POWER/RANGERS was met with with both praise and heavy critcism from both fans and Saban Ent. the guys who own the rights to Power Rangers here in the states. The director of the short Joseph Kahn, was almost immediately assailed by Saban's legal team demanding that the short be taken down...and for a while it was.
we'll give y'all the whole story, plus:
Michelle Rodriguez, famous for playing the token tough girl in countless movies (and very well I might add) came under fire for saying minorites need to stop stealing white superheroes and make their own. Then she went on to apologize and elaborate on her comment only to reaffirm what she was apologizing for in the first place.
we'll parse it out, insult will likely be hurled.
Tonight's show came to a late start, but as promised it is still going to be dirty, filthy honest all the way til lthe very last episode. That's right folks. This is the end, and there are no holds barred. EVERYTHING is being spilled about everything you can thing of on any given topic, with absolutely no restrictions. Heck, even curses slip. It happens. :)
All callers are welcome, but due to time, not even guest co-hosts can make it on air.
The 1910 Slocum Massacre in East Texas officially saw between eight and 22 blacks killed, and evidence suggests African-American casualties were 10 times these amounts. Yet the massacre has become a dirty Lone Star secret, remarkably more for the inattention it has received than for its remembrance. Unlike most Texas communities in the early 20th century, the unincorporated town of Slocum — like Rosewood — was mostly African-American, with several black citizens considerably propertied and a few owning stores and other businesses. This alone, in parts of the South, might have been enough to foment violence.
According to the Aug. 2 edition of the Palestine Daily Herald, Gardner said there could be “no justification for shooting men in the back, waylaying or killing them in their houses.” By the time the grand jury findings were reported on Aug. 17, several hundred witnesses had been examined. Though 11 men were initially arrested, seven were indicted — and they were only accused in the murders of five of the identified victims. In the Slocum Massacre, seven men were indicted by a grand jury, but no one was ever tried.
This discussion will focus on the plight of one family (the Holley's) and it is through their eyes that we'll explore what happened at Slocum and what has been done to never forget the price that was paid in that small Texas town.
Shut Em Down Radio doing a interview with hip hop artist REYN. at 9pm tonight call 3478501177 to listen press 1 to talk
Another teen drama is hitting the big screen! And don’t worry, “At the Top of the Pyramid” is serving up plenty of teen drama with puppy love, a hunky guy and of course, the mean girls! “Bring It On” meets “Friday Night Lights” in this new flick about teen angst and social hierarchy.
The music for “At the Top of the Pyramid” serves as a supporting cast member with the soundtrack, infused with hip hop beats, compliments of rapper REYN, a Brooklyn-born artist with hip hop, R & B and folk and pop influences.
We got the winners this week. From the great state of Florida we have two guys that pulled of big wins this past weekend down in the Sunshine State. First up we will have Neal “The Wheel” Williams out of Pittsgrove, NJ. Neal pulled of an impressive modified win at Volusia Speedway Park Saturday night. Holding off the best in the business in the 50 lap feature with names like Billy Pauch, Danny Johnson, Tim Fuller and Brett Hearn. Neal will have plenty to talk about.
Next up we will have the man that made a lot of us Pennsylvania Proud this past weekend, Mark Smith out of Sunbury PA. Mark brought home the win in the $10,000 American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real 17th annual King of the 360’s and 14th annual Ronald Laney Memorial at East Bay Raceway Park. This normally quiet guy spoke loud with the right foot and he will be with us to talk all about it.
Every Friday night you can find us getting down and dirty and tapping into our "Bad Girl" and "Bad Boy" sides. We will discuss several topics and take calls from the listeners. Sometimes our topics are not for the faint at heart. You can leave inhabtions at the door. This not for the prude in you.. So sit back relax and lets get into a little trouble together
The Authoress BlaQue, nicknamed the BlaQue Angel because of the twisted and dark stories she weaves, was born and raised in the Washington, D.C. area where she currently resides with her son. BlaQue began writing after reading several Donald Goines books and decided she would love to pen stories in the gritty, fast paced manner. After writing her first novel Dirty DNA and allowing several of her peers to read and critique her work, she decided to submit it to G Street Chronicles where in July 2012, she joined the ranks of some of the heaviest hitting authors in Urban Literature. To date BlaQue has written across several genres, including erotic and contemporary and has recently started her own publishing company Pink Angel Publications
Ever wonder why some people are always happy, and others can never seem to shake the blues? Or how some live securely while others are plagued by fears? Could what we are seeing and hearing have an impact on our health? Filtering what we allow to enter us via our eyes and ears can change our lives dramatically. Are all your friends gossippers? Do the guys at work tell dirty jokes? Are you addicted to zombie movie or romance novels? Come join us in the Healing River as we discuss the importance of keeping your eye and ear gates free from the influence of evil.
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