Today we’re talking about the cancel culture (aka the call-out culture) as a modern form of ostracism and why it should be rebooted, or more specifically, treated individually on a case-by-case basis. And kudos to the new employment website, redballoon.work, for their efforts to value freedom of expression and go beyond the cancel culture where employees are free to work without fear of being on the wrong side of their employer’s politics. No doubt Americans are in need of a higher functioning democracy with less censorship and less judgement upon others for their personal choices, not to mention the need for everyone to embrace Love the Five Y’s – Step 22 of my book, How to Drink from the Fountain of Youth. Plus get ready for a long Crypto Winter – or not if you ask me – although there are plenty of reasons why Bitcoin is poised for a precipitous decline.
Tola Talks with the first ever MC/rapper and singer/songwriter to appear on NBC’s The Voice, Moses Stone. Rich talks about what’s it’s like to be mentored by Christina Aguilera & Lionel Richie, catastrophic medical emergencies at West Virginia University, Ebola patients in West Africa coming to America for treatment, and the US Postal Service electing their first ever female Postmaster General. On Top 10 Fridays, Rich also lists his Top 10 Male MC-Rappers of All Time and plays two songs from Moses (including one with Lisa Scinta from The Voice).
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Tola Talks Beats by Dre & the NFL, Bill Clinton stumping in Arkansas, Finland schools ranked 3rd in the world – America 24th, GYST Awards & fat mannequins, and prayers on Twitter. On Movie Mondays, Rich and co-host Troy Titus-Adams review Ben Affleck’s new film, Gone Girl.
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