Funny man Jonathan May joins Mark Bland and Jason on this episode of the Q. Firs things first, Mark discusses how the bracket is looking for his March Madness picks. Next the guys get into Jonathan May and his past. Jonathan talks about his time a Military police officer and dealing with suicides and other assorted issues that happened.
Next up, Mark and Jason get into discussing the newest Trump news including Kellyanne's newest statement on the state of microwave's in the US. Also how being dismissive to Angela Merkel and not shaking her hand could have deeper implications as the US wades through the treacherous path of daily existence in the USA.
Finally, throughout the show, Mark stops and asks Jonathan assorted questions about growing up Black and the affects of White culture and black culture on him a as person. Including asking him his opinion on the newest Mike Brown video that came out in the last couple weeks.
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On this episode of the show, Producer Bobby and Mark setup the explanation and story for the next Episode of the Q and the interview with STL radio host Jamie Allman. Bland has been calling out Mr. Allman since 2010 in a multitude of locations and the hundreds of call outs fell on deaf ears. Until a person Mark went to High School with corners Allman and he accepts Mark's call outs 5 years later. Now Mark gives the backstory to how this all came about.
Plus Kim Davis is Back in the news because of the rock group Survivor deciding to hold it against her that she used the song "Eye of the Tiger" in her jail release Speech. After years and years of Mark working in the music business, he has a unique and somewhat controversial stance in comparison to his counterparts in the industry.
Finally, Last July, an 18-year-old Massachusetts man named Conrad Roy III killed himself by placing a gas-powered water pump in his pickup truck and letting the carbon monoxide consume him. Prosecutors say that Roy’s girlfriend, 17-year-old Michelle Carter, spent months convincing Roy to commit suicide, and text messages between the two entered in court make a compelling and sad case that she did. The guys break down the case and discuss the value of people in 2015 and what would make someone go down this horrible path.
All this an much more on the Q. Taking talk radio and turning it up to 11!
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