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Tonight my guest will be Female Rapper Lady Explict. Now if you've never heard her music you are in for a treat. I'll be asking all your sexy questions getting up in her business and taking her to the V Spot.
We're gonna sit back and just have a girls talk about the industry and get real nasty.
This is show you don't want to miss
Also I'll be doing my live demo of the toy of week
ILL McKenzie and Beat M.D. Speak to Female Rapper from Cincinnati, Ohio Mz Hunney Lee. As she speaks about her career and Team Camel Toe movement.
Monday - Wednesday 5-7pm EST
Thursday 5-7pm EST
Friday 5-7pm EST
Saturday 10-12midnight EST
Sunday 6-8am EST
Today on Law Talk host Lauren P. Raysor, Esq. will conclude her talk on bankruptcy chapter 13. She will also release her long awaited statement on the release of female rapper Remy ma release from a 8year jail sentence.
Police used to be called Peace Officers, and the intention was that they would maintain the peace. Today, the image of Officer Friendly helping a little lost child is long gone. Now social media sites are flooded with cell phone captured images of police brutally beating unarmed citizens into submission as observers watch in horror. This is not normal behavior. Perhaps labeling it as racism and racial profiling is too simplistic. Citizens in countries occupied by American troops abroad have voiced the same accusations of excessive brutality inflicted on citizens in the name of "keeping the peace" but it is this behavior that provokes violent reactions, distrust and hatred for American soldiers. The same distrust and hatred is being expressed toward police in many urban areas where complaints of police brutality seem to have escalated. Does the job of controlling people using the threat of force create emotional distress that leads to excessive aggression? Can it lead an officer to "snap"? How do police department administrators recognize signs of "battle fatigue" in officers and pull them off of street duty? How many complaints of brutality is too many? Should officers be required to undergo periodic psychological examinations
in Rock Music
We have Emma from Femetalism and Christiana from Sonic Cathedral join us to discuss their work as well as their subject matter: Female metal, and how incredible the genre has become. Especially since the genre is so incredibly popular overseas. We want more of that in the United States. We will also be playing music from bands we have had on in the past with female singers. Riseback, Terminatrx, Severnica, and maybe more.
But first, we will be joined by our buddies in Never Fire to give us an update. They are a very young band, and we are following their progress as they grow as a band.
Due to the fact that this show will span half the planet, (Christiana is in California, Emma is in England) its at a special time. 5PM Eastern.
This is the schedule:
5 - 5:35, Will and Thunder's Metal News Segment
5:35 - 6:05, Never Fire
6- the end, Emma and Christiana
in Pop Culture
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