Podcast Episode 18: If falsely accusing you is wrong then I don’t want to be right.

Big show for you tonight.  We are media-centric at UF/UF for episode 18, as we take on the media’s reaction to our reaction to their constant retractions.

Click the link or chose other options below and listen to this podcast, unless of course you hate media accuracy.

Episode 18: If falsely accusing you is wrong then I don’t want to be right

Go to iTunes and search for unfiltered and unfettered and you will see our new UF logo. Click, enjoy, write review.

If you don’t use iTunes, you can find us on Podhoster: http://unfilteredunfettered.podhoster.com/

Then tell us what you think, ask questions, argue with us, mock us.  Do it in the comment section below or the show’s email: theunmail@yahoo.com

On to the tease.

Chuck gives not one F*&k

Chuck gives not one F*&k about what facts you think you’re entitled to.

Todd Tells Tales!

After falsely identifying the wrong man as the Navy Yard shooter, Chuck Todd blames the police first, then the lack of correct info.  He then turns his blame game on social media as they react to his bumbling, stumbling, & fumbling.

 

 

 

 

 

Black is slimming Wolf.  Everyone knows that.

Black is slimming Wolf. Everyone knows that.

Blitzer’s Big Blunder!

CNN and Wolf Blitzer follow NBC over the cliff naming an innocent man as the Navy Yard shooter.  Blitzer slow to scramble as Chuck Todd of NBC begins scrubbing twitter clean of the egregious error.  Wolfe recovers in time to blame initial reports as inaccurate.

 

 

He will read your mind.

He’s only a vessel.

T-nak off his game.  Blames the Cleveland Browns!?!?

Prior to getting first envelope, T-nak learns the Browns trade Trent Richardson to the Colts for a draft pick. He still got all three answers correct, but he wasn’t too happy about it. My question is, why didn’t he know about the trade before it happened. Hmmm…

 

 

 

That and so much more on Episode 18: If falsely accusing you is wrong then I don’t want to be right.  

Then tell us what you think, ask questions, argue with us, mock us.  Do it in the comment section below or the show’s email: theunmail@yahoo.com

 

 

Podcast Episode 7: Coming to America….with conceal carry permits

As always a lot to talk about tonight.  And, as always, here are the ways you can listen.

Podcast Episode 7: Coming to America….with conceal carry permits 

Go to iTunes and search for unfiltered and unfettered and you will see our new UF logo. Click, enjoy, write review.

If you don’t use iTunes, you can find us on Podhoster: http://unfilteredunfettered.podhoster.com/

Tell us what you think, ask questions, argue with us.  Do it in the comment section below or the show’s email: theunmail@yahoo.com

On to the tease.  Enjoy!

Eyes on your own paper bro!

Eyes on your own paper bro!

Same Song, Different Dance?

Rubio’s immigration reform bill looks a lot like the President’s bill ridiculed by the Repups.  Does Rubio have some new ideas or, unlike the Pres, did he find a way to make it work for everyone? We report, you decide!

 

 

 

 

 

Don't say I didn't warn ya

Don’t say I didn’t warn ya

Kim Jong UnAnnounced

Un takes offense to South Korea protesting his grandfather’s and father’s birthday celebrations in the North.  Lil Kim announces he will attack the South unannounced.  No.  Not making this up.

 

 

 

 

 

Play the home version!

Play the home version!

Who Said That!

Linardo is dominating Hupp in the Who Said That segment.  Can you beat his 3 for 5 average?  Here’s a softball to get you started.  Send us an e-mail at theunmail@yahoo.com with your answer.  Winners will be announced on the air!

 

 

All this plus:

Gun control reforms firing blanks.

The Nutella vs Jiff Hazelnut spread debate is finally put to bed

A moment of silence for Boston…followed by a thrashing of the media for getting not one thing right in the reporting of this tragic event.

Click. You won’t regret it.  Trust me man, I’m a scientist.

Episode 7: Coming to America….With conceal carry permits 

 

Maybe the Mayans were right after all (Mama, we’re all crazy now)

Maybe it is the end; it’s just gonna take a little longer than we all thought. This song, from Quiet Riot, has been circulating in my head, so I shall put it in yours.

Seattle Washington, Seal Beach California, Aurora Colorado, Oakland California, Clackamass, Sandy Hook.

Here’s a list of mass shootings for the last 50 years.

I don’t know the answer, but I know what I read. And mostly, it’s political extremity from both sides. It doesn’t often seem anyone’s practically seeking any common sense solutions. I’ve read everything from banning guns to arming teachers. A total ban on guns is as ridiculous as putting armed guards in all the schools. One post I read on Facebook, not one of my friends but someone who posts on another friend, blamed “Republicans, gun nuts, and religious zealots” for the Sandy Hook tragedy.

I’m reminded of what Tommy Lee Jones tells Will Smith in the original “Men in Black” when he’s trying to recruit him. Will’s character tells Jones, “What’s the big deal, why don’t you just tell people? People are smart, they can handle it” to which Jones character responds “A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky dangerous animals and you know it.”

President Obama is supposed to address the issue in his January 21st, inauguration. I’m sure we’ll talk more about it here. He formed an interagency effort to develop what the White House said would be a multifaceted approach to preventing mass shootings like the one in Newtown, Conn., and the many other gun deaths that occur each year. Then he put Joe Biden in charge of it. We’ll see.

I hope that we can find some reasonable approaches to preventing these mass shootings. I don’t believe there’s any “one” answer. In a college class I had once, a professor divided us into groups to discuss a question and then report it back to the group. The question was “If Old Testament biblical prophets were alive today, what would they tell us, what would they say about our society?” I don’t know, but I just don’t think they would say “get rid of all the guns” or “arm your schools” (Of course, prophets certainly wouldn’t be allowed in our schools, but that’s a different post). Seems like they would offer some bigger mirror of our society. Whatever, it’s a good question for us all to ask ourselves.

Maybe they’d just say “Mama, we’re all crazy now.”

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