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2013: The Mike Vick Divide

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Rod and Karen respond to listener feedback.

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6 Comments

  1. Sofa King

    Regarding your comment when you were shouting out Wonga’s donation, I don’t know what part of Australia Wonga stay at, but Canberra (the capital of Australia) is sixteen hours ahead of Charlotte, so it’s always going to be day for him when it’s night for y’all, and vice versa. When it’s 12:00 noon on Saturday where you and Karen are, it’s 4:00 in the morning on Sunday, in eastern Australia. #InformationForLife

  2. Iman

    Yes Karen wait for him to open your door! And don’t let me walk on the traffic side of the street!! Getting your man to open your door is part of black feminism! At least that’s the way I’ve always seen it. I almost stopped talking to my husband, before we got married, because of what he thought my brand of feminism was. Yes, open my door, defend me when I need help, have my back, etc etc. Yes, I’m strong. Black women have always had to be strong in this country. I know I can do it on my own. So did a lot of my ancestors. But their men didn’t always have the chance, they would have been whipped or lynched. You treating me courteously doesn’t negate my strength or freedom of self. Open my door damnit! I’m a lady. Lol
    As a black Muslim woman my feminism is definitely going to be different from a white woman’s.

    This was another very fun episode, that moment just spoke to me.

    Love y’all!

  3. LaKeta Chism-Williams

    First, I got my card & sticker when my husband woke me up in the middle of the night to say that I “got mail from the podcast you listen to” & I knew it was my Christmas card. I sat up & ripped it open like a kid on Christmas, LoL. Thanks & I truly love you all! Second, on Mike Vick, Rod has said a couple times that he’s not sure that it’s “racist” because whites have more or less forgiven Rice, Peterson, & Kobe. My question to Rod (legitimately asking) – do you think those men were forgiven because their crimes were AGAINST black people as well, so nothing to fuss about here? I know with Kobe, it was a white girl, but how often are women believed against a famous athlete? Even if she’s white? Do you think knocking out a black woman or abusing a black child, or even raping a white girl who “probably asked for it hanging around a n-” (NOT my words) compares to the man’s best friend fairy tale they latch on to? I keep saying I love dogs, but I can draw a reasonable line. Do you think that’s a reach?

  4. katrese206

    I’ve always said that I don’t trust people who love animals more than they love humans. I’m glad that you shared Andy’s comments on this matter. I empathize with people that share his sentiments, but I also believe that these are people that have unresolved issues from traumatic or hurtful experiences w/ other humans. I’ve often heard these type of people say how they’ll step over suffering humans to rescue dogs. That’s just deplorable & unforgivable to me… you’re not more noble for saving one helpless creature over another.

  5. Meiko

    Damn, y’all had me emotional twice during this episode! I could feel Rod’s emotion during his Michael Vick explanation/rant and then when Karen revealed she bought the PS4, a few thug tears fell from my eyes-that was so sweet!! I totally agree with your assessment of the Vick issue and had never thought of it in that way so thank you for that. Great feedback show, I loved hearing all of the praise, thoughtful commentary and responses from the main host and Karen, lol.

  6. Michelle

    100% agree with everything you said about the Michael Vick issue. Shorter version is that they automatically assign innocence and value to animals than they do black people.

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