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  • 01:30

    Snowed In

    in Relationships

    This is a friendly conversation amongst females who lives together, since we are oh so bored. There is a lot of provacative language on this episode so please if you are weak hearted i would advice you not to listen and also if you are a judgemental prick dont listen, WE live togther and this is US 24/7. THERE IS NO FILTER on this show we answer any and EVERYTHING!

  • 00:15

    God's righteous judgement. Romans 2.

    in Radio

    In this episode I will read from Romans chapter 2 and discuss how God is patient with us up until a point and how his wrath is clearly shown when we remain unrepentant and hard hearted and judgemental of others for the same sins we are committing. I will explain why God chooses to judge us, when we fail to do good and how our evil thoughts and actions bring with them immediate and eternal punishment. I will also show that there is a reward for doing good despite and diability to do so, now and eternally.

  • 01:36

    Part 2 of Felony Murder, Disability and Miranda

    in Non-Profit

    We have been talking about Luke Pelham, barely 18 at the time of a horrible crime that took the life of his friend.  In the first interview we discussed Luke's birth, his early childhood and struggles that he has had throughout his life.  Struggling to fit into a judgemental and unforgiving world of people who do not understand disability.  Luke, having been in the special ed system his entire educational career, had done an excellent job of masking his problems in a superficial social setting.  That was the result of years of hard work and focus from his mother and special educators.  


    In this interview we will be discussing the basics of what happened that lead up to Luke being arrested and charged with Felony 1st Degree murder,  Under the Felony Murder rule, you do not have to actually harm nor kill anyone to be charged with this.  In Colorado, Felony Murder then becomes felony 1st degree murder (other states vary in the usage and wording) and carries an automatic mandatory minimum sentence of life without parole and in some cases the death penalty.  Even though the jury would have learned about Luke's disabilities and how they had an impact on his inability to foresee pieces of a puzzle coming together that would equal such a horrible crime, the jury is not allowed to know that the defendant is facing life without parole.  That means they are deliberating blindly.  

    The clarification that we will bring from this interview is that Luke was not a participant in the beating death of his friend, he did not know that his friend was going to be beaten in such a manner, Luke was not even present when the beating took place, he was outside of the residence.  Luke later called 911 to get medical help for his friend but in doing so would find himself at the police station talking to police.

  • 01:41

    Part 2 of Felony Murder, Disability and Miranda

    in Non-Profit

    We have been talking about Luke Pelham, barely 18 at the time of a horrible crime that took the life of his friend.  In the first interview we discussed Luke's birth, his early childhood and struggles that he has had throughout his life.  Struggling to fit into a judgemental and unforgiving world of people who do not understand disability.  Luke, having been in the special ed system his entire educational career, had done an excellent job of masking his problems in a superficial social setting.  That was the result of years of hard work and focus from his mother and special educators.  


    In this interview we will be discussing the basics of what happened that lead up to Luke being arrested and charged with Felony 1st Degree murder,  Under the Felony Murder rule, you do not have to actually harm nor kill anyone to be charged with this.  In Colorado, Felony Murder then becomes felony 1st degree murder (other states vary in the usage and wording) and carries an automatic mandatory minimum sentence of life without parole and in some cases the death penalty.  Even though the jury would have learned about Luke's disabilities and how they had an impact on his inability to foresee pieces of a puzzle coming together that would equal such a horrible crime, the jury is not allowed to know that the defendant is facing life without parole.  That means they are deliberating blindly.  

    The clarification that we will bring from this interview is that Luke was not a participant in the beating death of his friend, he did not know that his friend was going to be beaten in such a manner, Luke was not even present when the beating took place, he was outside of the residence.  Luke later called 911 to get medical help for his friend but in doing so would find himself at the police station talking to police.

  • 00:15

    Every Holiday..Does It Ever Stop?

    in Current Events

    I should be excited about 2016 arriving later this week but instead I am trying to make a sense of another no indictment verdict. This is twice in 2 weeks. First it was Sandra Bland and now Tamir Rice. How do you kill someone and no one is at fault but the victim. I have been quiet because the trolls are alive and well. I love they are such law abiding citizens. I have seen some people almost lose their religion over some posts and the back and forth I refuse. I also heard the cookie cutter the officer was in fear of his life. The officer made a decision in 2 seconds to take this child's life. Him and his partner came up with guns blazing. The officer who shot Tamir was not fit to be a police officer. I love the judgemental ones who question the parenting of the adults in Tamir's life. I have seen nothing but grieving parents but I see evidence of bad parenting everyday. Nobody brought up what kind of parenting or lack of that Dylan Roof had. I had the trolls come after me during the Mike Brown case and it almost caused me to embarass myself. Sandra Bland brought out some more. They love to act like they are just law abiding citizens. When you text and drive you are breaking the law. When Wall street execs steal from innocent people that is a crime. If you can't see that there is a problem with policing in this country then something is wrong. I just feel for the families who are grieving and trying to seek justice.

  • 01:57

    What Do You Do When Your Child Is Being Led Astray By Peer Pressure?

    in Women

    Whenever a child does something illegal, unethical or immoral, people first blame parents. Sometimes parents do all they can but just dont see the signs that their child is being influenced by individuals outside of the home. Children want to fit in, and sometimes they have one personality for family members and another one for their friends, in order to be liked or accepted. How can you tell when your child may be living a secret life? Should you go through their bedroom, read their papers, go through their computer, examine their cell phone text messages? How do you have that discussion about peer pressure without lecturing or being overly judgemental? Are you approachable if your child needs to admit to having made a serious mistake?


     

  • 03:00

    The Female Solution: What To Do When Your Child Is Led Astray By Peer Pressure

    in Religion

    Whenever a child does something illegal, unethical or immoral, people first blame parents. Sometimes parents do all they can but just dont see the signs that their child is being influenced by individuals outside of the home. Children want to fit in, and sometimes they have one personality for family members and another one for their friends, in order to be liked or accepted. How can you tell when your child may be living a secret life? Should you go through their bedroom, read their papers, go through their computer, examine their cell phone text messages? How do you have that discussion about peer pressure without lecturing or being overly judgemental? Are you approachable if your child needs to admit to having made a serious mistake?

  • 00:11

    Justin Bieber's Mom is profiled for great life lessons

    in Lifestyle

    Justin Bieber's Mom is profiled for great life lessons.


    Stop bad mouthing Justin Bieber and consider how his Mom must feel.


    This show is presented by Gracefully-yours.com. Start showing some grace and stop being so judgemental and negative about everybody.

  • 01:58

    Does a nude photo define who you are?

    in Culture

    The Play The Clip Show is a place for "RELEASE or EMPOWERMENT" our weekly topics gives opinions around the world a chance to help a stranger, encourage someone, or empower the mind. The show is complelely opinion based, with that being said we respect all views and encourage you to VOICE YOUR CHOICE. The Play The Clip Show host request that you refrain from use of profanity unless needed. Tune in weekly for LOVE, LAUGHS, CONVERSATION, OPINIONS, DEBATES, and MORE....

  • 01:16

    Hoodtalkradio: Are we REALLY that judgemental?

    in Music

    I hear and read a lot of self hate coming from who should be the holiest of people on the planet. the truth is, we ALL are made to be different... let go of what you wish you were and be who you are... let a ho be a ho... 646-478-0944 from 9-10:30pm, while we ride with EMPIRE... phone lines are open!!!

  • 01:28

    Red Journal Radio Presents: I HAVE SOME ISSUES

    in Self Help

    CHECK US OUT  10/22/2015 @ 8PM AS WE TALK ABOUT OUR ISSUES AND HOW WE CAN WORK ON THEM...