Rod and Justin are joined by Karen to discuss Van Lantham, fear of being the angry black man, Conflict is Not Abuse, Trevor Noah, The Obama’s, safe spaces, going to Hornets games, feedback and pregame news.
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11/15/2019 at 1:34 PM
I am so glad I decided to take a break from the archive to catch up on current shows. This episode was so good I keep replaying it. The commentary is so well rounded and thoughtful I didn’t feel the need to write in until you encouraged it during the feedback. The conversations around Narcissism and social media culture ( on all the shows) is unmatched and truly appreciated. I save PG and BDS episodes so I can play them on car rides with my 16 year old little brother and his friends because it helps me introduce some really important topics to them under the guise of nigga shit and sports from older men whose opinions they are clearly starting respect. Thank you for the work and intentionality ya’ll put into these shows.
11/14/2019 at 5:19 PM
What up Rod, Justin and Karen?
I didn’t know I was supposed to be the international Popeyes intel provider. Anyway the chicken sandwich at Canadian Popeyes is not the same as the American version that’s getting people stabbed up like Chad’s dad on that Mad Real World skit. At Canadian Popeyes there are 3 varieties of chicken sandwich and I don’t think the bun is the same between the two countries.
Peace y’all. Niggas only, Only niggas.
11/07/2019 at 5:04 PM
Brother Rod, Brother Rod… where’s the collection plate… LOL! This episode was so damn good… so good. I have so much that I want to say… but, it would take too damn long. I am so grateful & have truly enjoyed you all’s evolution & openness. Thank you all so much for everything.
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