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Two urban and catholic raised New Yorkers who talk about science,math,English, social issues, humor, magazines,movies, people and their local community.

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DJ Skit Skat and Ramo talk about the music of the 90's. Bloomberg new statement about cutting bad teachers and giving good teachers double the salary, but with double the students. Teachers who had it out for Skit Skat... more

In this episode, DJ Skit Skat and Ramo talk about the difference between gimp and limp. In addition, Is mayor Bloomberg new homeless policy fair? Then, Christopher Nolan and Sam Raimi -- two comic book movie makes and what... more

In this episdode D.J. Skit Skat and Ramo talk about what is perfection. How movies feel today compare to now. All things eighties and now. Also Nabisco's Oreo's v.s. Nabisco's Chip Ahoy! Cover Art by David Irizarry... more

In this episode Dj Skit Skat and Ramo discuss the "hood". As in your neighborhood. Reflections and respondes to the movie "The King's Speech". As well as is their truth to Ghosts, Aliens, and Conspiracy Theory's? What to... more

In this episode, DJ Skit Skat and Ramo talk about the 1st amendment -Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right... more

Episode 4 - In this episode DJ Skit Skat goes over DMT : a psychedelic tryptamine that is in all living things, Ramo goes over the first 40 pages of Salman Rushdie's Midnight Children, Snowing in New York, and what to expect for... more

Episode 3 - Playstation 2, the newest character 940, working as a freelancer, St Louis Cardinals v.s. Texas Ranger game 6 of the 2011 world series, and Remembering Growing Pains TV character "Boner". Cover Art by David Irizarry... more

Is this second episode, DJ Skit Skat and Ramo talk about what is happening with occupy wall street, hospitals, people who hire you and what do unicorns represent in the context of T.V. Culture. Cover Art by David Irizarry... more
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