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The Spann Report (Episode 67) “Racism… I’m Exhausted”

In Episode 67 of #TSRP Spann interviews friend of the show and Founder/CEO of Taurus Protection Agency about leaving Chicago, moving to Atlanta and starting his own business. How the business has grown, and what he’s learned from the mistakes he’s made in the business. Later in the show, Spann talks about the Detroit man beaten by Inkster Police, a black man is found hanging in Mississippi, was it suicide or have white people completely lost their minds and lynched this man? We’ll discuss the media’s reaction to the story. George Zimmerman has spoken about Trayvon Martin, and God’s Will…Again. A white man exercises his right/privilege of Open Carry in Michigan, is this an educational practice, or is it problematic? Is the Apple Watch worth $10,000? and did Dr. Umar Johnson REALLY prove that homosexuality is a mental disorder? Did I mention that I was tired??? All that on Episode 67 of The Spann Report.

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Telephone # – 770-960-6077
Address – 2745 Mt. Zion Rd. Suite 103 Jonesboro, GA. 30236
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The Spann Report Podcast (Episode 45) “To Live & Die In Detroit”

In episode 45 of #TSRP Spann talks about getting his girlfriend to shoot with him at the range for the first time, and two guys impersonating cops, try to get in his crib! Later in the show, Spann follows up on the Kamiya Gross killing, with powerful testimony coming out of the killers pre-trial hearing. A New Jersey Reporter quits, after being suspended for a racist editorial on air concerning black people and their relationship with the police. And listener feedback!

THIS IS A $100 SPANN CHALLENGE EPISODE!!!

Music Played During Show

1.) “Now or Never” by: The Roots feat. Phonte & Dice Raw (How I Got Over Album)
2.) “La La La La La” by: Marsha Ambrosious (Friends & Lovers Album)
3.) “If I Can’t Have You” by: Bobby V (Fly On The Wall Album)

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The Spann Report Podcast (Episode 38) “Tale Of The Tape”

In Episode 38 of #TSRP, Spann talks about going shopping for Easter Clothes with his 11 year old daughter. Some Kid pocket checks Spann while at work, and later in the show, Spann gives his take on the reaction to the Mimi/Nikko Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Sex Tape, and Young Fly Red’s “Throw That Boy Pussy” music video.

Music Played During Show:

1.) “Love & Sex Pt. 2” By: Joe feat. Kelly Rowland (Doubleback: Evolution of R&B Album)

2.) “You See Me” By: Childish Gambino (Camp Album)

3.) “Ooh (She Got Me) By: Bobby V (Dusk Till Dawn Album)

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Dying To Live In Detroit

Recently, an article by the Detroit News shed light on just how bad it’s gotten in Detroit for the lives of it’s Children. Statistics have shown that Detroit is now considered the deadliest place for American children to live, with the nation’s highest infant mortality rate. With poverty, violence, access to health care and apathy to the system, the children of Detroit face enormous challenges just trying to get through day to day life. Just take a look at these numbers.

In 2010, the most recent year for which data were available, Detroit:

■Tied with Cleveland for the highest infant mortality rate in the nation: 13.5 per 1,000 live births

■Had more births to unmarried women than any major city in the U.S.: 80 percent

■Tied with Cleveland for most preterm births among major U.S. cities: 18 percent

■Had more births to women under 20 than any of the nation’s largest cities: 17 percent

■Had the most teens 16-19 not in school or working: 18 percent

■Had the most kids who live in a home where no parent has full-time, year-round employment: 62 percent

■Had the most kids living in a home where no adult works: 23 percent

■Had the most children living in extreme poverty in the nation: 32 percent

Sources: Kids Count Data Bank, the Annie E. Casey Foundation

Numbers like these are enough to evoke anger, and heartbreak in any sane human being. The questions for us all here now is, What are we going to do about it?

The Spann Report Podcast (Episode 34) Chilling, Drinking, and Tipping

In episode 34 of #TSRP, Spann talks about his trip to Chicago during the holiday break, Ghetto MLK Party Flyers, New Detroit Lions coach Jim Caldwell, Clear Channel Radio pushing out local radio host, and a Bully gets what’s coming to em. And later in the show, Spann has a great conversation with Rod and Karen of The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast.

Music Played During Show
1.) “Sweet Serenade” by: Pusha T (My Name Is My Name Album)
2.) “Take Off The Blues” by: The Foreign Exchange (Leave It All Behind Album)
3.) “It Is What It Is” by: Carl Thomas (Conquer Album)

Contact The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
@Rodimusprime (Rod) @saydatagain (Karen) on Twitter
www.theblackguywhotips.com Website

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The Spann Report Podcast (Episode 23) “Who The Fuck Is Macklemore?”

In Episode 23 of TSRP, Mr. Spann gives his take on the public fixation on Miley Cyrus’ performance at the VMA Awards, with the United States drumbeat for an attack on Syria was happening. “Are some women unknowingly promoting rape culture?” Spann talks about the popularity of rape promoting memes. And later in the show, Spann talks about the popularity of using dead civil rights leaders to promote political agendas.

Intro: It Was A Good Day by: Ice Cube (The Predator Album)
Outro: Ascension Remix by: Maxwell (Urban Hang Suite Album)

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The Spann Report Podcast (Episode 22) “Have We Been Sold A Dream?”

In episode 22 of TSRP, Mr. Spann openly wonders about whether or not the American Dream of owning a home is just that, A DREAM. And later in the show Spann talks about whether or not Black Folks are just more predisposed to being conspiracy theorist (in relation with the work he does for the gas company) And finally, Spann talks about whether we have been conditioned shun hard work in favor or “smart” work.

Intro: Get’s No Better by: Clear Soul Forces (Single)
Outro: How Many Drinks by: Miguel feat. Kendrick Lamar (Kaleidoscope Dream Album)

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The Spann Report Podcast (Episode 21) “Detox”

In Episode 21 of TSRP Mr. Spann returns for the THIRD damn time. LOL
Updates on what he’s been up to the last 8 months. Talks about the George Zimmerman Verdict, Suburban Living, Detroit going Bankrupt, Political Affiliations and THE REAL AMERICA.

Intro: “Guess Who’s Back” by: Scarface feat. Jay-Z, Beanie Sigel (The Fix Album)
Outro: “Mary Jane” by: Joe (Double Back: Evolution of R&B Album)

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