Karen was on “We Watch Ratchet” with Tye Diamond and Phenomblak.Click Here or search “Where’s My 40 Acres” on iTunes and Stitcher.
Welcome to the very first episode of “We Watch Ratchet” Podcast Show. In this episode, we’re basically doing a test run to see how successful this idea could become. For out first film, we’re going to watch Snow on Da Bluff. The premise behind this is, you watch movies we watched, while playing the show and it will allow you to listen in on the commentary. It’s like you were there!!!
Rod was on The Fiyastarter.com Podcast filling in for K Badd. You can check it out by clicking here and downloading the show. This one isn’t on iTunes of Stitcher because they ran out of bandwidth for the month.
Episode #56: TKO and Basa welcome an old friend back to the podcast; Rod from The Black Guy Who Tips, fiRG IIlls in for KBadd this week, as the guys jump right into NFL talk exploring the NFC East, RG III, Russell Wilson, and elite white QB’s decoded? Goon RB is up next along with the Freddie Mitchell Fantasy Cyse of the Week. Asiatic QB Ranks, College Football roundup, DMV baseball ends on sad notes, Lance Armstrong Party, Movie Reviews include Argo, TV Reviews featuring Revolution, Boardwalk Empire, Dexter, Homeland, and Sons of Anarchy. BP Headline Cyse of the Week, Weekly Racism Wake Your Ass Up Update, Make’Em’Mad Fact of the week, Forgotten Album of the Week, Single Black Women Put On Notice, Rod’s Single Black Men Put on Notice spawns an all-out discussion on Groupon dating, Tanks, Bamma’s and Shoutouts.
*Sorry, not on iTunes this week. Bandwidth got cooked up. Hulkshare and Mediafire links.
Rod was on the Evening Jones with Bomani Jones. You can find the audio on Stitcher Radio or iTunes. Rod appears at around the 40 minute mark. The date of the episode is 10/22/12 and we talk Kendrick Lamar, Toure and women who like to drop it.
Rod was on This Week In Blackness episode 336 and 337. You can find these on iTunes and Stitcher. The video isn’t on their website because Elon is secretly ashamed of Rod. Either that or Elon was busy between his 28 random gigs he’s always working on. But just trust us… it was awesome.