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    Lets see how yall really livin

    Yall doin better than this?

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    its time this got its own thread. The Breakfast Club has changed the game in radio. They are now leaps and bounds ahead of their competition.

    So far in 2016, they have had some DOPE interviews.

    had to start the thread off with the one that coined the term "chatty patty"

    hilarious but somewhere, a few gems were dropped



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  • 09/05/17--05:09: Hurricane Season...
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    I've seen the day after tomorrow GnS, let's not ignore this one and buy some damn bottles water at least.

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  • 05/05/15--11:21: The Travel Thread
  • Post any interesting places that you've been, going or have an interest in visiting.

    Ask any travel related question and hopefully someone who has been will answer with useful tips, etc.

    Happy Travels

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    Tim Murphy is a Republican congressman and leading pro-life conservative — he also allegedly asked his mistress to get an abortion, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

    Murphy, who has represented Pennsylvania’s 16th congressional district since 2003, admitted to having an extramarital affair last month and his old lover is accusing him of being hypocritical in his pro-life beliefs.

    “You have zero issue posting your pro-life stance all over the place when you had no issue asking me to abort our unborn child just last week when we thought that was one of the options,” texted the Republican congressman’s ex-mistress in response to an anti-abortion post on Murphy’s Facebook page.

    Per documents received by the Pittsburgh newspaper, Murphy responded by saying, “I get what you say about my March for life messages. I’ve never written them. Staff does them. I read them and winced. I told staff don’t write any more. I will.” Interestingly, Murphy denies writing the anti-abortion Facebook post himself but does not deny asking his mistress for an abortion.

    According to the Post-Gazette piece, Murphy has been praised by the Family Research Council — a hardline evangelical nonprofit — and endorsed by LifePAC for his stance on abortion in congress.
    Additionally, he co-sponsored the upcoming 20-week abortion ban legislation that he will presumably vote for. If the accusation from his mistress is to be taken as fact, his public and private record on the issue would present a different story on his conservative views.

    The woman, Shannon Edwards, was a close friend of Murphy’s who began having an affair with him after the two worked together on mental health legislation. However, in September, Murphy made a statement calling the affair “nobody’s fault but my own.”

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    What podcasts do yall listen to, if any?

    I listen to a lot of comedy podcasts and a handful of music podcasts.

    Questlove has a pretty cool podcast, Stretch and Bobbito, Drink Champs w/ NORE of course.

    Joe Rogan by far has one of my favorite podcasts and he usually releases multiple episodes a week.

    Tom Segura and his wife have a podcast thats pretty funny, called "Your Moms Podcast"

    Joey Diaz has a podcast called "The Church of Whats happening now" dude has tons and tons of crazy stories. Dude used to be wild AF.

    But im trying to check out some more podcasts, whats your favorites??

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    Slump busting.

    I was going through a dry spell back in 2008. Met this fat chick on moco. She wasn't bad looking and she was dtf on the first meet. I was hitting it from behind when I notice her booty is hairy and lumpy with pimples.

    That wasn't a good night.

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  • 10/01/17--06:36: Breaking out the 9-5 system
  • How many of y'all have a dream or true passion that you either passively or actively pursue on the side of working the day job or whatever it is you do to pay bills and put food on the table? How is it coming along so far, and what is some advice you have for balancing it with your personal life outside both, times of working the day job and times when you are pursuing your dream?
    Are you failing at it? Gaining ground? Sleeping on it?
    You ever feel like the 9-5 didn't make sense and was getting in the way of what you really wanted, to the point you decided to quit and just m try to just do it on your own ?

    For a long time I've always felt like for what I'm trying to do, my regular 9-5 always got in the way and took valuable time away from me and contributed to hell missed opportunities. I'll get into some of that later after more posts.

    Share your mistakes and successes in your pursuit of these things and what you've learned.

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    Federal agents are trying to determine why a man pulled over for speeding in Tennessee was carrying a cache of weapons including two submachine guns and 900 rounds of ammunition.

    Deputies found Scott Edmisten, 43, of Johnson City, carrying a .357-caliber Magnum, a loaded .45-caliber semi-automatic, a .223-caliber fully automatic assault rifle, a .308-caliber fully automatic assault rifle, more than 900 rounds of ammunition, and survival equipment, Washington County Sheriff Ed Graybeal said.

    "Anytime you have several firearms and several hundred rounds of ammunition in a vehicle, that always causes a concern," said Michael Knight, spokesman for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

    Authorities still haven't determined why Edmisten was carrying all that firepower, but they "don't see a connection" to recent mass shootings, Knight said.

    The arrest came a day after Stephen Paddock killed 59 people and wounded more than 500 in Las Vegas, firing down on a music festival crowd from a high-rise hotel suite. Some of the 23 guns in the suite were equipped with devices that enable a rifle to fire continuously, like an automatic.

    "It's not connected to any of the other national incidents, but timing obviously was a concern," Knight said.

    Graybeal asked the ATF to help investigate the source of the automatic weapons, which weren't registered and lack serial numbers. He told The Johnson City Press that Edmisten also had modified the AR rifles to make them automatics.

    Knight said investigators are tracing where Edmisten's weapons came from.

    "Our priority is reducing violent crime on the front end, so that's the other thing we're looking at, along with motive: Were these items going to be used for a criminal act or were they just being transported from one area to another area?"

    Graybeal said Edmisten threatened his arresting officer and lunged toward investigators trying to question him. He's jailed without bond on charges of possessing prohibited weapons, speeding, and felony evading arrest. It's unclear if he has a lawyer.

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    MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. (ABC7) — Police say they are searching for a suspect that became friends with a man with autism and then stole from his bank account in Rockville.

    Montgomery County Police say that the suspect got to know the 22-year old man over a period of time and then "gained his trust."

    The suspect eventually asked the man for his bank account information and he gave it to him, according to police.
    Officials say the suspect when to a Navy Federal Credit Union at 12244 Rockville Pike on August 11 and deposited a fake check made out to the man and then used the victim's stolen bank card to take $600 from the man's account.

    The suspect's interaction at the bank was caught on camera.

    Montgomery County Police are asking anyone with information on this person to call the Financial Crimes Section at 240-773-6330. Crime Solvers of Montgomery County is offering up to $10,000 for information leading to the arrest or indictment of those involved. They can be reached at 1-866-411-8477.



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    BATON ROUGE - Dozens of Movie Tavern employees are furious after the discovery of a leaked scheduling document labeling over twenty employees as 'peasants'.

    The document was discovered Sunday by an employee at the Movie Tavern at Citiplace, who brought it to the attention of fellow staff. Employees said a large group was huddled, crying over what they called ‘degrading’ and ‘humiliating’ descriptions.

    The manager responsible has since been terminated.

    “When I saw it, I was like 'wow who actually wrote this?' And when I found out it was my manager, I was like 'why is this even printed and why is it even out there?'” said Desire’e Madison, a server at Movie Tavern.

    The schedule was posted on social media, where it spread like wildfire. Immediately, some responded to the Facebook post, saying it was "just a joke".

    However, Kyla Robinson, the only person labeled as a 'super peasant’ on the schedule, says otherwise.

    “I don't feel like it was a joke at all, and if it was a joke it was a horrible joke,” Robinson said. “I don't want to have anything to do with him, I lost all respect for him because it just confirms for me what he really thinks about us.”

    The company sent out a statement about the incident Tuesday:

    Late Sunday evening, our staff was notified that an employee at our Baton Rouge location shared a work schedule that labeled employees with an inappropriate term. This does not in any way reflect the ideals or beliefs of Movie Tavern or Southern Theatres. We have launched a full internal review of the management team at our Baton Rouge location. The employee responsible has since been terminated. Our employees are our most valuable asset and their well-being will remain our top priority.

    Regardless of actions the company is taking, the employees on the list want the manager to know what he did wasn't right.

    “It’s just a shame to see us all being called that. Don't belittle us and don't degrade us, because we are all humans,” Madison said.

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    MILWAUKEE -- A mother of five and her young baby were killed after a violent crash on Milwaukee's north side early Monday, October 2nd. This after an SUV slammed into their vehicle at 35th and Capitol.

    Condolences are pouring in for the family that is grieving heavily.
    "We need plenty of prayer," said Brenda Dean, aunt. "We got one still here, but two are gone."

    Dean is being a voice for the victim's parents, who are mourning too much to speak. She said loved ones are stunned and saddened after the crash killed 27-year-old Shakela Rhodes and her 11-month-old daughter, Aaliyah Ellis.

    "Everybody is in shock right now," Dean said.


    The grisly wreck happened around 1:15 a.m. Police say a 22-year-old man drove his SUV through a red light and struck Rhodes' car. She and her baby girl died at the scene. Dean said her other young niece, Tionna Williams, was seriously injured.



    "That truck came and tore them up," Dean said. "She flew out the car, my great niece. But they revived her and she is in Children's Hospital."


    The 14-year-old girl is in intensive care in critical condition.

    "We are praying now she comes through this," Dean said.


    As they look for strength and healing, family members are also looking for justice after police say the suspect was taken into custody at a hospital.

    "We are going to court and they need to throw the key away on him," Dean said.


    Four children are now left without a mother -- and a family left with only memories.

    "Remember her as a happy person, outgoing very outspoken, lived her kids, loved her family, would do anything for anybody," said Marilyn Copeland, aunt.

    A vigil is set to be held for the family at 35th and Capitol around 7:30 p.m. Monday.

    Meanwhile, a account has been set up for the mother and baby who died. CLICK HERE to view that GoFundMe account or to make a contribution.

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    not me cause i always keep that thang on me. word to miz and word to me being an old man.

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    What the Friendship Zone Sounds Like

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    Reports: Mueller Impanels Grand Jury In Federal Russia Probe

    Robert Mueller, the special counsel overseeing the federal investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, recently impaneled a grand jury as part of the probe, several news outlets reported on Thursday.

    The Wall Street Journal reported, citing two unnamed sources familiar with the matter, that the Washington, D.C. grand jury “began its work in recent weeks” and is separate from the one assisting with the probe into President Donald Trump’s former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. The impanelment of that jury predated Mueller’s appointment as special counsel.

    Reuters confirmed, citing two unnamed sources familiar with the matter, that Mueller convened a grand jury.

    The empanelment of a new, separate grand jury reflects the scope of Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling in the election and whether any members of Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia.

    Reuters also reported that grand jury subpoenas were issued in connection with a meeting between Donald Trump Jr., the President’s eldest son, and a Russian lawyer.

    Trump Jr. attended the meeting after he was promised damaging information on Hillary Clinton as part of a Russian government effort to aid his father’s campaign. It was not clear whether those subpoenas were issued by the grand jury Mueller impaneled.

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