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Ep. 133 Amy Cooper - Lori Loughlin - Eminem - T3Medias

Huffington Post reported that On Monday evening, yet another video of a white woman calling the cops on a Black person out of spite went viral. Amy Cooper, a dog owner who had unleashed her cocker spaniel, Henry, in a section of Central Park called the Ramble where, legally, dogs must be on a leash at all times. Christian Cooper, a Black man, had reportedly asked the woman to put a leash on her dog. She didn’t appreciate his request and what transpired was captured in a video by Christian Cooper, in which the woman, unhappy with being recorded, call the police and said she and her dog were being threatened. In the video it appeared that she chocked her struggling dog and when the leash was finally applied to the collar the video ended. With Henry saying Thank you. Amy, Can’t We All Just Walk A Dog? reports The verdict is IN folks! Aunt Becky is going to prison. Actress Lori Loughlin and husband, Mossimo Giannulli, have finally surrendered after a long year of pleading not guilty. They are set to plead guilty to conspiracy for their involvement in the 2019 college admissions scandal. Chris, is the house going to be a little less full?

In Level Medium, It’s the 20th anniversary of Eminem’s and his second studio album, the Marshall Mathers LP. Those who tried to paint Marshall as a culture vulture failed to understand that Eminem was a unicorn. Journalist Elliot Wilson had this to say “We never thought a White MC could be that skillful and a superstar. Now the world doesn’t even look at Mac Miller in the context of, “Oh, He’s a white rapper.” Chris how do you think Eminem has changed the industry?

Deadline posted an article on Out, a short film from Pixar Animation Studios streaming on Disney+, features Pixar’s first gay main character. In the film, the main character Greg is preparing to move into the city with his boyfriend, Manuel. Greg is gripped by the difficulty of coming out as gay to his parents. Here is what I think about this story . . .

Men's Divorce .com says Research has shown that video gamers run the risk of divorce. The spouses of video gamers are often unaware of the possibility of addiction. Including a spouse in the video game helps lower risks. Recently on TikTok @jakesavicki posted a video of him playing a video game and his spouse turning it off mid-game. I’ve got some thoughts on this subject


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