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Uncreative Radio with Representative Bobby DuBose - To Whom Much Is Given, Much Is Required.

E*** DISCLAIMER: While we invited Representative DuBose to the studio to talk about the state of America, we would like to make it abundantly clear that the opinions expressed below are entirely owned by C&I Films and C&I Studios Inc. In no way are these opinions associated with Representative DuBose's political stance or opinion, nor are they informed by the conversation shared between Joshua Miller and Bobby DuBose on this episode of Uncreative Radio. With that said, let us begin this conversation with this... BLACK LIVES DO MATTER. Every issue has a face. For the Black Lives Matter movement, they are the faces of those who have been murdered unjustly because of the color of their skin; it's the faces of the mothers and fathers who have to lay their children to rest; it's the faces of the sons and daughters who are growing up without their parents; it's the faces of every black child who walks in fear. Yes, you better believe it: Black Lives Matter. If this is a hard pill for you to swallow then you better listen up. All men and women are created equally despite the color of their skin, their religion, or the circumstance of their upbringing. This is a fact. And men and women of color have proven it a million times over. Yet, there are still those who desperately cling to pathetic dogmas of inequality to make themselves feel more important. If that's you, then you are the problem. And your way of thinking is a disease that we won't tolerate anymore. There's no room among us true Americans (you know, the people who stand up against injustice in every capacity; who combat wickedness wherever it roots its evil head) if you harbor hate or prejudice over people who are every bit as worthy and able of living the best life they can build for themselves. So, where the hell did you go wrong? At what point did an innocent black child become a predator in your eyes? At what point did you become a racist? Let's backtrack a few million years... Did you know that there is an evolutionary trait ingrained in every individual in which we use stereotypes as pneumonic devices to quickly assess our surroundings and the circumstance of our environment? These immediate judgments are automatic; the stereotypes unspoken. It's quite literally an automatic response that you have no real control over. It's a gut feeling, if you will. Humans have similar alert system in our sense of smell! This is where the saying, "Follow your gut" comes from (if you believe that). If something seems off or dangerous about a situation, believe in your intuition because you are in fact smelling danger! So, then, at what point does a pneumonic device of which you have no real control over dominate your way of thinking and perceiving others. Short answer, it doesn't. No one is born racist, you fool. It's a learned condition. And it can be unlearned. Not convinced? Okay... Did you know in Ancient Rome people of color could hold any legal position as any other man? Interracial marriages were accepted because they were never not accepted. A black man could marry a white woman, hold any office, start any business, govern any military, and own any property that he wanted. That was 753 years before Christ was even born. We repeat, racism is learned and it is a modern invention that can and should be deconstructed.

56 MINJUL 3
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Uncreative Radio with Representative Bobby DuBose - To Whom Much Is Given, Much Is Required.

Uncreative Radio with Commissioner Joshua Simmons - Scandal Is A Tan Suit

EDave Chappelle once said (something along these lines)… “Don’t be the first black man to do anything.” And what he means is that if you’re the first, you’re the most scrutinized; if you’re the first, your every decision impacts the next black man or woman to follow suit; if you’re first, you better be the best and if you can’t you shouldn’t be the first because the world isn’t kind to black people who make mistakes. So, perhaps the saying should be adjusted… ‘Don’t be the first black man to do anything if you aren’t sure you’re the best person for the role.” Look at former President Obama… he was the first. He was scrutinized. His every decision was weighed and criticized. And he did it all right. He owned his office. He owned his person. He owned his image. And the most tragic event to come from his presidency was the scandal of a tan suit. Commissioner Joshua Simmons understands the political landscape he is navigating and respects the office he holds, and for th...

57 MINJUN 19
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Uncreative Radio with Commissioner Joshua Simmons - Scandal Is A Tan Suit

Uncreative Radio with Melanie Tillbrook - We Came Out Strong In 2020... Then March Rolled Around.

EMelanie Tillbrook is an accomplished Phillipino model, business owner, and fitness competitor. She modeled in our Next Door promotion during our initial rebranding and has put us in touch with some incredible models, like Metisha, who starred in one of our recent model profiles. She’s crazy talented and possesses adept business acumen, which she used to propel her business, Posh Production and Events. But that’s not what brought Melanie to the studio today. No, in this episode of Uncreative Radio, we’re here to talk about the fall of the entertainment industry amid coronavirus and how to stoke your bullshit-o-meter. There is a certain phrase that we’ve been hearing a lot amongst colleagues and it pretty much summarizes business at the turn of the decade (especially for those of us in the entertainment industry, with the exception on Netflix): “2020 started out strong and then March rolled around…” March was like getting kicked in the stomach after a massive bowl of fettucini ...

37 MINMAY 1
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Uncreative Radio with Melanie Tillbrook - We Came Out Strong In 2020... Then March Rolled Around.

Uncreative Radio with Elisabetta Fantone - Opinions Are Like Buttholes..Everyone Has One

EElisabetta Fantone is a singer, songwriter, painter, and actress. No joke. She does it all. We’ve worked with Elisabetta Fantone on some of our most cherished projects, so this is a really special episode for us. Elisabetta starred in two of our original short films,The River Cabin and Christmas Eve (available on Amazon). Elisabetta has spent her entire career in the entertainment industry. She got her start working on odd jobs, like random club tours and reality shows, which opened up doors for her to pursue her truest passion: acting. Her journey to the screen showed her that nearly everyone has an opinion on how you live your life. Even if they don’t know you, people will often hold you to the expectations that they live by. If you violate their belief structures then they hold you in contempt. That is the world we live in, and it is especially harsh to artists or anyone else in the public spotlight. But what if we told you that you don’t have to tolerate the scrutiny? What if...

47 MINAPR 25
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Uncreative Radio with Elisabetta Fantone - Opinions Are Like Buttholes..Everyone Has One

Uncreative Radio with Ptah Quammie - How Did You Get Into Nude Photography?

EPtah Quammie has made a big name for himself among photographers, fashionistas, models, and star-studded personalities. His unique style of photography is a transformative experience that melds beauty with science fiction and fantasy, making his work absolutely one-of-a-kind. From fashion photography, he moved into nude photography, which is his true bread and butter. Unlike most, he uses nude photography as a gateway to metamorphosis. If you need help wrapping your head around it, check out his Instagram @artcrazyphotog. This. Is. Quarantine vs. Routine with Ptah Quammie. In this episode of Uncreative Radio with Ptah Quammie, a.k.a. “Art Crazy,” we’re taking a trip inside coronavirus happenings to share some unique insights on how you can generate a dollar during these uncertain times. It goes without saying, but pretty much everyone in the world is in a similar predicament. We’re unemployed. We’re isolated. And we’re bored. Well, not all of us are bored. Not exactly. Despite...

32 MINAPR 10
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Uncreative Radio with Ptah Quammie - How Did You Get Into Nude Photography?

Uncreative Radio with Leo Brooks - So, What Had Happened Was...

ELeo Brooks is a rare breed in country music. Why you ask? Well, we don’t often meet black country music artists… Nonetheless, those with two Grammy Awards under their belt buckle. So, yeah, this is quite the treat! In fact, the last black guy we remember crossing over into the country music genre must’ve been Nelly. But that was just a phase, so it doesn’t fully count. Leo Brooks, on the other hand, is the real deal and country music is his life. This is a special episode of Uncreative Radio. Rather than delve into political, social, and environmental issues, we’re listening to the sounds that Leo Brooks lives by. So, if you came here for coronavirus banter, you’ll be disappointed. Leo Brooks’ roots tie back to Honduras, where both his parents grew up. Apparently, Country Music has a strong influence in Honduras (surprise, surprise), which explains Leo Brooks’ natural attachment to the genre. After speaking with Leo for a bit it became clear that he was destined for the Coun...

17 MINMAR 13
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Uncreative Radio with Leo Brooks - So, What Had Happened Was...

Uncreative Radio with Aniela McGuinness - Fuck Your Happy Ending

EAniela McGuinness is a successful actor turned writer and she’s here to tell us why your “happy endings” are crap. Aniela McGuinness started her career in show business at C&I Studios. Before moving in front of the camera she was a guru behind the scenes. In fact, after many successful years in Hollywood, her career has come full circle. She is currently behind the scenes on Broadway, taking her hard-earned skills to all new heights. You can keep up with Aniela and learn more about her exciting career by following @anielamcg on Instagram. On this episode of Uncreative Radio with Aniela McGuinness, Josh Miller and Aniela are reconnecting…for the first time since she quit! Both Josh and Aniela share a passion for film. But not the same passion that you or I would share. Theirs is grounded in many tireless nights, constant travel, annoyances, difficult people, and… a thought-provoking final product. Whereas, ours is likely grounded on the couch in front of an HBO originals series....

26 MINMAR 6
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Uncreative Radio with Aniela McGuinness - Fuck Your Happy Ending

Uncreative Radio with Fly Guy - Analyzing The Hustle

E“The hustle” is often characterized by the decade. It has changed colors many times throughout American history. Most often, it is not cast in the best light. But today’s day and age has introduced a new mindset. The hustle isn’t bootlegging, smuggling, trapping, or rapping. It’s waking up every single day driven by a single purpose: doing what you were put on this earth to do. Or as Lorenzo (played by Rober DeNiro) in a Bronx Tale wisely said, “It don’t take much strength to pull a trigger but try getting up every morning day after day and work for a living, let’s see him try that, then we’ll see who the real tough guy is, the working man is the tough guy.” For DJ Fly Guy, that means creating art that speaks to our generation; it means wielding failure as a weapon for future success; it means taking a chance day in and day out. And you know what, he isn’t afraid to do it. For those that don’t know DJ Fly Guy, he is a child of hip-hop. From an early age, he was inspired ...

31 MINFEB 28
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Uncreative Radio with Fly Guy - Analyzing The Hustle

Uncreative Radio with Rob Richardson - America Has An Infectious Disease

EIf you believe there is nothing to disrupt; if you believe that our system is fair; if you squander your vote because it doesn’t matter then you need to tune in on Thursday, February 20th at 6 PM ET. Rob Richardson and Joshua Miller will wake you up to the harsh reality you’ve been choosing to either ignore or be complacent to. So who are you? Do you believe there is nothing to disrupt? Huh, strange. Then why are so many working Americans living in poverty? Are you aware that poverty compounds instability? Can’t pay for a cavity filling. Take care of it next year. Can’t pay for a crown. Take care of it next year. Can’t pay for a root canal. Take care of next year. Can’t pay for a cancer screening. Well, now you’re up shit’s creek. Poverty breeds poverty. That is the way the system works and it’s designed to distract you from creating real change. Prove us wrong. Do you believe that our corporate and political system is fair? Then why are forces constantly at work to prevent...

42 MINFEB 21
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Uncreative Radio with Rob Richardson - America Has An Infectious Disease

Uncreative Radio with Tiffany Lanier - Everybody's Racist

EWhere do you stand on racism? Where do you stand on politics? If you have an opinion on one, you must have an opinion on both. Why? Because our political and social climate has blended racism with politics. It’s divisive. And that is the strategy. Argue against this train of thought all you want but there is no denying the backlash of Obama’s presidency. Just look at who we’ve had to put up with since 2016. He didn’t get there by accident. You can wish him out office all you want. But what good will that do anyway? You have to act to create change. But you’re comfortable and the next episode of The Outsider is airing on Sunday, so we get it. Just now that as you’re sitting there comfortably the people who showed up to support Donald Trump are turning out again in 2020. They’re blending racism with politics and they’re wielding it against us. Where did all of this hatred and division begin anyhow? Things were looking good for a time. We had the first black president of the Un...

23 MINFEB 14
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Uncreative Radio with Tiffany Lanier - Everybody's Racist

Latest Episodes

Uncreative Radio with Representative Bobby DuBose - To Whom Much Is Given, Much Is Required.

E*** DISCLAIMER: While we invited Representative DuBose to the studio to talk about the state of America, we would like to make it abundantly clear that the opinions expressed below are entirely owned by C&I Films and C&I Studios Inc. In no way are these opinions associated with Representative DuBose's political stance or opinion, nor are they informed by the conversation shared between Joshua Miller and Bobby DuBose on this episode of Uncreative Radio. With that said, let us begin this conversation with this... BLACK LIVES DO MATTER. Every issue has a face. For the Black Lives Matter movement, they are the faces of those who have been murdered unjustly because of the color of their skin; it's the faces of the mothers and fathers who have to lay their children to rest; it's the faces of the sons and daughters who are growing up without their parents; it's the faces of every black child who walks in fear. Yes, you better believe it: Black Lives Matter. If this is a hard pill for you to swallow then you better listen up. All men and women are created equally despite the color of their skin, their religion, or the circumstance of their upbringing. This is a fact. And men and women of color have proven it a million times over. Yet, there are still those who desperately cling to pathetic dogmas of inequality to make themselves feel more important. If that's you, then you are the problem. And your way of thinking is a disease that we won't tolerate anymore. There's no room among us true Americans (you know, the people who stand up against injustice in every capacity; who combat wickedness wherever it roots its evil head) if you harbor hate or prejudice over people who are every bit as worthy and able of living the best life they can build for themselves. So, where the hell did you go wrong? At what point did an innocent black child become a predator in your eyes? At what point did you become a racist? Let's backtrack a few million years... Did you know that there is an evolutionary trait ingrained in every individual in which we use stereotypes as pneumonic devices to quickly assess our surroundings and the circumstance of our environment? These immediate judgments are automatic; the stereotypes unspoken. It's quite literally an automatic response that you have no real control over. It's a gut feeling, if you will. Humans have similar alert system in our sense of smell! This is where the saying, "Follow your gut" comes from (if you believe that). If something seems off or dangerous about a situation, believe in your intuition because you are in fact smelling danger! So, then, at what point does a pneumonic device of which you have no real control over dominate your way of thinking and perceiving others. Short answer, it doesn't. No one is born racist, you fool. It's a learned condition. And it can be unlearned. Not convinced? Okay... Did you know in Ancient Rome people of color could hold any legal position as any other man? Interracial marriages were accepted because they were never not accepted. A black man could marry a white woman, hold any office, start any business, govern any military, and own any property that he wanted. That was 753 years before Christ was even born. We repeat, racism is learned and it is a modern invention that can and should be deconstructed.

56 MINJUL 3
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Uncreative Radio with Representative Bobby DuBose - To Whom Much Is Given, Much Is Required.

Uncreative Radio with Commissioner Joshua Simmons - Scandal Is A Tan Suit

EDave Chappelle once said (something along these lines)… “Don’t be the first black man to do anything.” And what he means is that if you’re the first, you’re the most scrutinized; if you’re the first, your every decision impacts the next black man or woman to follow suit; if you’re first, you better be the best and if you can’t you shouldn’t be the first because the world isn’t kind to black people who make mistakes. So, perhaps the saying should be adjusted… ‘Don’t be the first black man to do anything if you aren’t sure you’re the best person for the role.” Look at former President Obama… he was the first. He was scrutinized. His every decision was weighed and criticized. And he did it all right. He owned his office. He owned his person. He owned his image. And the most tragic event to come from his presidency was the scandal of a tan suit. Commissioner Joshua Simmons understands the political landscape he is navigating and respects the office he holds, and for th...

57 MINJUN 19
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Uncreative Radio with Commissioner Joshua Simmons - Scandal Is A Tan Suit

Uncreative Radio with Melanie Tillbrook - We Came Out Strong In 2020... Then March Rolled Around.

EMelanie Tillbrook is an accomplished Phillipino model, business owner, and fitness competitor. She modeled in our Next Door promotion during our initial rebranding and has put us in touch with some incredible models, like Metisha, who starred in one of our recent model profiles. She’s crazy talented and possesses adept business acumen, which she used to propel her business, Posh Production and Events. But that’s not what brought Melanie to the studio today. No, in this episode of Uncreative Radio, we’re here to talk about the fall of the entertainment industry amid coronavirus and how to stoke your bullshit-o-meter. There is a certain phrase that we’ve been hearing a lot amongst colleagues and it pretty much summarizes business at the turn of the decade (especially for those of us in the entertainment industry, with the exception on Netflix): “2020 started out strong and then March rolled around…” March was like getting kicked in the stomach after a massive bowl of fettucini ...

37 MINMAY 1
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Uncreative Radio with Melanie Tillbrook - We Came Out Strong In 2020... Then March Rolled Around.

Uncreative Radio with Elisabetta Fantone - Opinions Are Like Buttholes..Everyone Has One

EElisabetta Fantone is a singer, songwriter, painter, and actress. No joke. She does it all. We’ve worked with Elisabetta Fantone on some of our most cherished projects, so this is a really special episode for us. Elisabetta starred in two of our original short films,The River Cabin and Christmas Eve (available on Amazon). Elisabetta has spent her entire career in the entertainment industry. She got her start working on odd jobs, like random club tours and reality shows, which opened up doors for her to pursue her truest passion: acting. Her journey to the screen showed her that nearly everyone has an opinion on how you live your life. Even if they don’t know you, people will often hold you to the expectations that they live by. If you violate their belief structures then they hold you in contempt. That is the world we live in, and it is especially harsh to artists or anyone else in the public spotlight. But what if we told you that you don’t have to tolerate the scrutiny? What if...

47 MINAPR 25
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Uncreative Radio with Elisabetta Fantone - Opinions Are Like Buttholes..Everyone Has One

Uncreative Radio with Ptah Quammie - How Did You Get Into Nude Photography?

EPtah Quammie has made a big name for himself among photographers, fashionistas, models, and star-studded personalities. His unique style of photography is a transformative experience that melds beauty with science fiction and fantasy, making his work absolutely one-of-a-kind. From fashion photography, he moved into nude photography, which is his true bread and butter. Unlike most, he uses nude photography as a gateway to metamorphosis. If you need help wrapping your head around it, check out his Instagram @artcrazyphotog. This. Is. Quarantine vs. Routine with Ptah Quammie. In this episode of Uncreative Radio with Ptah Quammie, a.k.a. “Art Crazy,” we’re taking a trip inside coronavirus happenings to share some unique insights on how you can generate a dollar during these uncertain times. It goes without saying, but pretty much everyone in the world is in a similar predicament. We’re unemployed. We’re isolated. And we’re bored. Well, not all of us are bored. Not exactly. Despite...

32 MINAPR 10
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Uncreative Radio with Ptah Quammie - How Did You Get Into Nude Photography?

Uncreative Radio with Leo Brooks - So, What Had Happened Was...

ELeo Brooks is a rare breed in country music. Why you ask? Well, we don’t often meet black country music artists… Nonetheless, those with two Grammy Awards under their belt buckle. So, yeah, this is quite the treat! In fact, the last black guy we remember crossing over into the country music genre must’ve been Nelly. But that was just a phase, so it doesn’t fully count. Leo Brooks, on the other hand, is the real deal and country music is his life. This is a special episode of Uncreative Radio. Rather than delve into political, social, and environmental issues, we’re listening to the sounds that Leo Brooks lives by. So, if you came here for coronavirus banter, you’ll be disappointed. Leo Brooks’ roots tie back to Honduras, where both his parents grew up. Apparently, Country Music has a strong influence in Honduras (surprise, surprise), which explains Leo Brooks’ natural attachment to the genre. After speaking with Leo for a bit it became clear that he was destined for the Coun...

17 MINMAR 13
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Uncreative Radio with Leo Brooks - So, What Had Happened Was...

Uncreative Radio with Aniela McGuinness - Fuck Your Happy Ending

EAniela McGuinness is a successful actor turned writer and she’s here to tell us why your “happy endings” are crap. Aniela McGuinness started her career in show business at C&I Studios. Before moving in front of the camera she was a guru behind the scenes. In fact, after many successful years in Hollywood, her career has come full circle. She is currently behind the scenes on Broadway, taking her hard-earned skills to all new heights. You can keep up with Aniela and learn more about her exciting career by following @anielamcg on Instagram. On this episode of Uncreative Radio with Aniela McGuinness, Josh Miller and Aniela are reconnecting…for the first time since she quit! Both Josh and Aniela share a passion for film. But not the same passion that you or I would share. Theirs is grounded in many tireless nights, constant travel, annoyances, difficult people, and… a thought-provoking final product. Whereas, ours is likely grounded on the couch in front of an HBO originals series....

26 MINMAR 6
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Uncreative Radio with Aniela McGuinness - Fuck Your Happy Ending

Uncreative Radio with Fly Guy - Analyzing The Hustle

E“The hustle” is often characterized by the decade. It has changed colors many times throughout American history. Most often, it is not cast in the best light. But today’s day and age has introduced a new mindset. The hustle isn’t bootlegging, smuggling, trapping, or rapping. It’s waking up every single day driven by a single purpose: doing what you were put on this earth to do. Or as Lorenzo (played by Rober DeNiro) in a Bronx Tale wisely said, “It don’t take much strength to pull a trigger but try getting up every morning day after day and work for a living, let’s see him try that, then we’ll see who the real tough guy is, the working man is the tough guy.” For DJ Fly Guy, that means creating art that speaks to our generation; it means wielding failure as a weapon for future success; it means taking a chance day in and day out. And you know what, he isn’t afraid to do it. For those that don’t know DJ Fly Guy, he is a child of hip-hop. From an early age, he was inspired ...

31 MINFEB 28
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Uncreative Radio with Fly Guy - Analyzing The Hustle

Uncreative Radio with Rob Richardson - America Has An Infectious Disease

EIf you believe there is nothing to disrupt; if you believe that our system is fair; if you squander your vote because it doesn’t matter then you need to tune in on Thursday, February 20th at 6 PM ET. Rob Richardson and Joshua Miller will wake you up to the harsh reality you’ve been choosing to either ignore or be complacent to. So who are you? Do you believe there is nothing to disrupt? Huh, strange. Then why are so many working Americans living in poverty? Are you aware that poverty compounds instability? Can’t pay for a cavity filling. Take care of it next year. Can’t pay for a crown. Take care of it next year. Can’t pay for a root canal. Take care of next year. Can’t pay for a cancer screening. Well, now you’re up shit’s creek. Poverty breeds poverty. That is the way the system works and it’s designed to distract you from creating real change. Prove us wrong. Do you believe that our corporate and political system is fair? Then why are forces constantly at work to prevent...

42 MINFEB 21
Comments
Uncreative Radio with Rob Richardson - America Has An Infectious Disease

Uncreative Radio with Tiffany Lanier - Everybody's Racist

EWhere do you stand on racism? Where do you stand on politics? If you have an opinion on one, you must have an opinion on both. Why? Because our political and social climate has blended racism with politics. It’s divisive. And that is the strategy. Argue against this train of thought all you want but there is no denying the backlash of Obama’s presidency. Just look at who we’ve had to put up with since 2016. He didn’t get there by accident. You can wish him out office all you want. But what good will that do anyway? You have to act to create change. But you’re comfortable and the next episode of The Outsider is airing on Sunday, so we get it. Just now that as you’re sitting there comfortably the people who showed up to support Donald Trump are turning out again in 2020. They’re blending racism with politics and they’re wielding it against us. Where did all of this hatred and division begin anyhow? Things were looking good for a time. We had the first black president of the Un...

23 MINFEB 14
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Uncreative Radio with Tiffany Lanier - Everybody's Racist
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