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The Spann Report (Episode 70) “5th Times A Charm???”

Join Mr. Spann and his guest Rod from The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast as they discuss the growth of podcasting and the growing pains that come with it. Podcasting for a living and all of the work that it entails, and of course news that has happened since Episode 69. And that includes, Michael Eric Dyson writes a scathing piece about Cornel West, was he hout of line? A Grandville Michigan Auto Mechanic’s refusal to service the cars of gay customers, who’s humping at the garage? A Humpstead Long Island mother assaults a teacher for “Putting Her Hands on my daugther.” And more black men needlessly loses their lives at the hands of law enforcement, we’ll talk about the deaths of Eric Harris, Freddy Grey, and we’ll discuss if black women who are also killed at the hands of law enforcement being ignored. All of that and more listener feedback on Episode 70 of The Spann Report!

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When discussing the Maryland family that died from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Was the mother’s child support status a concern for you?

No, I wasn’t thinking about it at all.
I thought it was odd that a father was raising 7 kids alone, but wasn’t thinking about Child Support.
Yes, if it had been the mother, instead of the father, child support would have been a part of the story.
Yes, if the mother was paying child support, the power may not have been off, and there would have been no need for a generator.

Poll Maker



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The Spann Report Podcast (Episode 46) “Keep Your Hands To Yourself”

In episode 46 of #TSRP, Spann talks to two women with two different perspectives as it pertains to street harassment and domestic violence. Ayana Weaver, and Karen of The Black Guy Who Tips both join Mr. Spann in Casual Conversations to speak on these issues as it pertains to Ray Rice, The NFL, Stephen A. Smith, and also share their own stories and their experiences with street harassment and domestic violence. And later in the show. Spann tackles the issue of the Detroit Water Shutoffs again in the listener feedback portion of the show. 2 and a half hours of podcasting people! Enjoy The Show.

Music Played During Show
1.) “Me & Those Dreamin Eyes of Mine” by: D’Angelo (Brown Sugar Album)
2.) “So Good” by: Leela James (Fall For You Album)
3.) “Geto Heaven Pt. 2” by: Common Feat. D’Angelo (Like Water For Chocolate Album)

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