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2608: An Escape Room For Women

Rod and Karen are joined by comedian Abbi Crutchfield to discuss how she got her start in stand up, acting, hosting a late night show, salesman accidentally calls neighbor the n-word, comedian fired for saying n-word on stage, Florida issue medical marijuana licenses to Black businesses, Black Capitalists, White People News and Sword Ratchetness.

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  1. EvieE

    I think what makes the comedian using the racial slur on the ship so terrible was not him telling the black people if they don’t like it they can leave, it was the other white people in the crowd cheering him on. Imagine being stuck on the boat with those mother fuckers for the week. Dracarys

  2. ApiafromGermany

    I know it doesn’t fit the ” Everything is the worst” narrative but we had a pretty cold September with lots of rain. In your ( wrong) degrees 50-60 on average. No hurricanes, just good boring rain. Most rain in 2 years in a month. The rivers have a normal volume again. Of course thats not the news that sell. After an extremely hot summer the world here looks green.

  3. ApiafromGermany

    I don’t ever use any racist slurs so I’m good here. You can’t get me like that.
    But Abby said people should get black friends to improve. This would be a problem for me here. My now best real life black friend is Nahom and you know our complicated history. The “friendship” is that we greet each other with a cool look in the mornings. And he is 6. I can’t burden him like that. ( nor should I. Like legally)

    • ApiafromGermany

      There are no other black people in my life. I met a new co worker who is black but works pretty far away on Monday when we had a work meeting so there is a second person. And the black mother I know from daycare from 3 years ago and when I see her 3 times a year in the city and say hi is the third one. That’s it.

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