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Welcome to this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio! Tonight, we’ll be discussing the greatness that is Grand Theft Auto V! Is it better than any of the previous installments? Has the game simply gotten too huge for its own good? Does the option to play as multiple characters enhance the story, or needlessly complicate it? Can it be blamed for any of the violent incidents which have been connected to it? Are parents who let their children play it simply negligent or just plain ignorant? Are today’s kids sophisticated enough for such a game? Is the very idea of an “adult” video game a contradiction in terms?
We’ll also be celebrating the 30 anniversary of Eddie Murphy Delirious. Is it as funny as we remember it? Can it be considered the single greatest stand-up comedy performance of all time? Can Eddie Murphy: Raw be considered its equal? Are the endless comparisons between Eddie and his idol, Richard Pryor, truly valid? Can Kevin Hart be considered the heir apparent to the Murphy throne, or just a marginally talented pretender? Should Eddie ever set foot on the stand-up stage again? Would he tarnish his own legacy by doing so? Was Delirious as offensive as its reputation suggests?
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Francis X. Donnelly, in the Detroit News, tells the story of Detroiter Mamie Chalmers, who claims -- with significant evidence to back her up -- that she was one of the people blasted by a fire hose during a 1963 demonstration in Birmingham, Ala. The image became an iconic photo and did much to convey to the world the police brutality during the civil rights movement in the south.
Now the Detroit News has published a story saying that one of Birmingham’s most prominent civil rights activists, Carolyn McKinstry, 65, has for years been claiming to be the girl in a famous Life magazine photograph of demonstrators being blasted by water from a fire hose, while Mamie Chalmers, 71, the actual person in the photograph, lives in Detroit.
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Do you know what your kids are playing? Today on the Brian The Hammer Show we take down Grand Theft Auto; The Game. Murder, Drug Deals, Prostitution and that's just the opening credits!
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Welcome to Today with Dana Che! Today is our very first episode, where we're discussing Identity Theft of the Believer (Finding Your Identity in Christ). Are you struggling with depression, sin or lack of answered prayer? Do you not feel like yourself lately? These might be signs that you're a victim of identity theft! Even for the "good" Christian, do you identify yourself with your career, family or accomplishments? Identity theft victim!
Today's episode is transparent, honest and relevant to all who want to move out of limiting identities and embrace all God has for you!
Pole sitter Lewis Hamilton was a commanding presence, on the track today in Sochi during qualifying, at the Formula One Russian Grand Prix. He was two-tenths ahead of his teammate, Nico Rosberg who secured second.
The 53-lap street circuit with challenging twists and turns, on a purposefully built track, is in the heart of the beautiful Black Sea Resort in Sochi. The long straight before turn one is where Hamilton will likely battle with Rosberg to hold onto, first position. The other drivers also view the location as a great place to improve, their position during the race.
Williams-Martini driver, Valtteri Bottas was third. Bottas set the fastest first and second sectors on his final run, but started to struggled towards the end of the lap and lost the rear of the car in the last corner. As a result Bottas had to settle for third on the grid, with Jenson Button taking his best dry qualifying of the year in fourth.
Russian driver Daniil Kvyat for Toro Rosso, was excited to race at his home circuit. He made an impressive showing by securing 5th position, the best qualifying result of his career.
Disappointed, was Daniel Ricciardo in 7th who had a bit of a problem with the grip, of the new track stating, “It was hard to read the grip.” His Red Bull teammate Sebastian Vettel in eleventh position was not satisfied with the rear of the car while taking corners. He said, “The car felt nervous”.
Force India continues to work hard for points. Team Principal Vijay Mallya said “the penalty against Nico Hulkenberg was unfortunate and strategy options will be limited on a track where overtaking appears difficult.” At the end of the day, the teams learned quite a bit from qualifying on the new track.