On this episode titled "Fallout", that is exactly what we are dealing with. Jeremy comes back on the show a week after his legendary one-on-one with Travis Cook to discuss the amounts of hate mail the show received (all from angry Conservatives that like "Hanging that POTUS from the HIGHEST TREE possible") after Travis' somewhat veiled racist comments at the end of the debate. Also, Justin has some things to get off his chest regarding the Boston Marathon Bombings, so he discusses the fallout of that too. But eventually all bets are off as we all discuss the potential rights/wrongs of smoking bans and why company's have to buy liquor licensing and things like that.
Its a raucous episode of the Q and the OVERTIME doesn't dissappoint as the gentlemen do a few more minutes discussing the top 3 movies for them respectively in the 1990's and 1980's.
LADIES AND GENTLEMAN...Lets get ready to Rumble! On this episode of the show, Jeremy Bailey and Travis Cook square off in the First of what will become a set of discussions about many debate-able topics. After going toe to toe online through social media, Mark's favorite Tea Party guy and military veteran will take on current events and topics with differing viewpoints. Travis had one condition that made Mark bite the bullet: I will leave immediately and storm out of the room if I am interrupted AT ALL. That's all. Well did it happen? Did Travis make it to the end of the debate or was this doomed from the start. Find out on this latest episode of The Q....real radio, real honest!
Mark and Justin are starting this weeks show off with the breakdown of the new budget plan proposed by the POTUS. Including raising the minimum wage to $9. All sound good and the guys discuss why Obama is so willing to work across the aisle since the way he was treated in the 2012 election by the vitriolic TEA PARTY and CONSERVATIVE members of Capitol Hill. This leads to discussion on the generational gap between the people that are hurting and the ones that have money. This leads to a letter from a listener about the whole "It takes a village mentality" that seems to be missing in 2013.
Then the discussion switches to new things that Mark Learned in the past week regarding everything from Mt. Everest to Mr. Rogers. And the two touch on the fact that Jeremy's challenge from Travis Cook was accepted.
Finally the show is rounded out by a discussion of Narcissism and Racism. The borderline vernacular people use to skirt their racist tendencies and where the line between a word that was once racist becomes desensitized to the population and becomes part of the common everyday speech.
Its time for THE Q....Taking talk radio and turning it up to 11!
On this edition of the Q, Mark , Justin and Jeremy are joined by Chris Orndoff of HeadMetal Comics to discuss his upbringing in Hawaii, how comics have affected his life and where the idea for HeadMetal.
But before that entertaining slice of heaven with Chris, the guys break down this North Korea thing a little deeper since the rhetoric is heating up and creating a very vitriolic state of mind in SouthEast Asia.
And the guys finish up with their Wrestlemania 29 predictions as they do every single year. And for some reason, Justin decides to lay his new found love on the line...will it be accepted? Listen and find out!
*and do not miss this weeks OVERTIME...probably one of the most entertaining pieces of content we have ever released.
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