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A podcast with Comedians Jamal Harrington(NYC), Marianne Reilly(Tacoma) and Marianne's First Cousin, Todd(Seattle). Founding Member of ADHD.rocks Podcast Networks.

sept 20th 2022 - Jamal's trip to Houston - the Nyquil chicken challange
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sept 20th 2022 - Jamal's trip to Houston - the Nyquil chicken challange
Attendees Jamal Harrington, Co-Host Marianne Reilly, Co-Host Cousin Todd Sellers, Co-Host, Tech Guy Guest: Chris Shaw #3 Topic Outline Jamal's Trip To Houston Jamal discusses his trip to Houston Marianne’s Review on The Woman King FDA warns against potentially deadly ‘NyQuil Chicken Challenge’ Called the “NyQuil Chicken Challenge,” users on social media are covering their meat in the over-the-counter medication, which is used to treat flu symptoms, colds and allergies.Unsurprisingly, the FDA warned it could have very dangerous outcomes — not just if it’s ingested but from the cooking process.“Boiling a medication can make it much more concentrated and change its properties in other ways,” the FDA explained in a warning, adding that even inhaling the medication’s vapors while cooking could cause high levels of the drugs to enter your body.“It could also hurt your lungs,” the warning continued. “Put simply: Someone could take a dangerously high amount of the cough and cold medicine without even realizing it.”Overdosing on NyQuil can cause symptoms such as seizures, severe dizziness, liver problems and breathing problems, just to name a few and can be potentially fatal. Kansas man sentenced to more than 5 years for performing illegal autopsies A Kansas man has been sentenced to five years and nine months after pleading guilty to one count of wire fraud connected to performing an illegal autopsy, the US Department of Justice said.Shawn Lynn Parcells, 42, of Topeka, used his business National Autopsy Services LLC to "obtain fees from more than 350 clients for a total amount of $1,166,000," according to court documents, the DOJ said in a release Monday. "In many cases, the defendant failed to provide an authentic completed report."In the case he pleaded guilty to in May, Parcells used false credentials to convince a client he was qualified to conduct an autopsy, the DOJ said in a release. Parcells received $5,000 and gave the client an emailed copy of a final report that appeared to be written by Parcells, but no pathologist took part in the exam or report, the release said. People #26 Lazy People Shout Outs / Todd's(21st of sept) and Marianne's(25th of sept) Birthdays this week What Are We Binging? Todd Talks about Quantum Leap (2022) What old tv show should get a revival or reboot? Marianne says M.A.S.H.Jamal says Golden Girls with a diverse castTodd says Dukes of Hazzard but they are in the north so the car is Gen GrantF-Troop reboot
sept 15th - jamal's garbage people -Marianne got married and shes finally back - Cracka & Ariel in the new Little Mermaid
Sep 16 2022
sept 15th - jamal's garbage people -Marianne got married and shes finally back - Cracka & Ariel in the new Little Mermaid
Attendees Jamal Harrington, Co-Host Marianne Reilly, Co-Host Cousin Todd Sellers, Co-Host, Tech Guy Guest: Todd’s friend Shannon Topic Outline Shout Outs People we want to recognize. Clerks 3 Review By Cousin Todd “Cracka” Jamal Harrington’s Thoughts Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney get a colonoscopy on camera to raise awareness It was a first for actor Ryan Reynolds, who allowed a video crew to capture his colonoscopy screening on camera to raise awareness of the increase in colon cancer diagnoses among people under 50. Colorectal cancer is the third most frequently diagnosed cancer in the United States, according to the American Cancer Society. Actor Rob McElhenney, who created and starred in the long-running comedy "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," teamed up with Reynolds on the project and also underwent a videotaped colonoscopy.  "If they find a polyp, it's either bigger than his -- which is awesome -- or it's smaller than his, which means I have less of an opportunity to have cancer. Either way I win," McElhenney told the camera while waiting for his procedure. During McElhenney's procedure, Los Angeles gastroenterologist Dr. Leo Treyzon found three very small polyps. "They were not a big deal but certainly a good thing that we found them early and removed them," Treyzon told the actor in recovery. Reynolds had one polyp. Garbage People The Little Mermaid Skin Tone Outrage Private Facebook religious groups show their disgust over the new Ariel being black.
Jamal & Todd Talk about whats happening in the world
Aug 19 2022
Jamal & Todd Talk about whats happening in the world
Grace Asked To Come Back As Batgirl But Declines. Leslie Grace has actually been approached by Warner Bros. Discovery to continue as Batgirl in other DCEU projects and has said “no.” In fact, it seems      that Leslie Grace’s refusal to return to the role of Barbara Gordon was pretty emphatic and the actress is extremely angry at Warner Bros. The Addams Family is back. This time thanks to director Tim Burton. The trailer for the upcoming spinoff series "Wednesday" has been released and it's very Burton-esque. "You" star Jenna Ortega plays Wednesday, the gothlike teenage daughter of Morticia and Gomez Addams who has psychic abilities. She is attending Nevermore Academy, where, she hints, she will face some "mayhem."  "Little did I know that I'd be stepping into a nightmare," Ortega says in the trailer. "Full of mystery, mayhem and murder. I think I'm going to love it here." The series also stars Catherine Zeta-Jones as Morticia, Luis Guzmán as Gomez and Isaac Ordonez as Wednesday's brother Pugsley. Victor Dorobantu plays Thing, and George Burcea plays Lurch. Christina Ricci, who played Wednesday in the '90s films, is set to appear in the series. The series will feature eight episodes and Burton will direct four. Taco Bell customer holds up drive-thru after ordering '$300 worth of tacos': 'Ordered one of everything'. The incident took place at a Taco Bell drive-thru around 11:30 p.m. Emily Stott claimed that she waited 40 minutes in line, along with dozens of other drivers, because the customer ahead of her placed a massive order. GARBAGE PEOPLE Will read more from his weekly list he has compiled. Miller High Life introduces ice cream that tastes like a dive bar. A new novelty ice cream product is actually meant to recall the flavor of peanut shells on a bar floor.Miller High Life has partnered with Tipsy Scoop, maker of alcohol-infused ice cream, to create the Ice Cream Dive Bar. The product combines beer, peanut swirl, tobacco smoke flavor, caramel and a dark chocolate dip. The peanut swirl is designed to mimic the peanut shells frequently found on bar floors. Tipsy and Miller's collaboration is a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the ice cream bar. Each of the bars contain up to 5% alcohol. A six-pack costs $36
211 - No guest - just Jamal and Todd - SPOTIFY VIDEO EPISODE
Jun 9 2022
211 - No guest - just Jamal and Todd - SPOTIFY VIDEO EPISODE
Pizza Hut facing boycott calls after promoting 'drag kids' book for kindergartners Pizza Hut is facing fierce condemnation from conservatives and other social media critics for promoting a book about "drag kids" for its "Book It!" reading incentive program."Pizza Hut has gone full woke, now we must make them full broke," conservative author Brigitte Gabriel tweeted.The "Book It!" The website features the book "Big Wig," which is described as a "wonderful read-aloud" book that "celebrates the universal childhood experience of dressing up and the confidence that comes with putting on a costume."The book is geared towards children in pre-kindergarten up to third grade. The Simon & Schuster website boasts that the "Big Wig" picture book "celebrates drag kids." Violence Up At Highest Levels in 25 YearsDuring the first year of the pandemic, the number of Americans felled by gun violence reached a level not seen since 1994, a new government report shows.From 2019 to 2020, the rate of murders involving guns rose by nearly 35%, the highest logged in more than 25 years.In fact, guns were involved in 79% of all murders and 53% of all suicides in 2020. Along with increases in gun suicide rates among some groups, the racial and ethnic gap in gun violence has only 'Star Wars' calls out racism after attacks on Moses IngramThe "Star Wars" franchise is sticking up for actor Moses Ingram after she revealed she had received hundreds of racist messages and comments on social media.The franchise tweeted that it was "proud to welcome" Ingram, who just made her debut as Reva in the Disney+ series "Obi-Wan Kenobi.""If anyone intends to make her feel in any way unwelcome, we have only one thing to say: we resist," the "Star Wars" account tweeted. "There are more than 20 million sentient species in the Star Wars galaxy, don't choose to be a racist.""It just sickened me to my stomach to hear that this had been happening," McGregor said in the video. "We stand with Moses, we love Moses." "And if you're sending her bullying messages, you're no 'Star Wars' fan in my mind," he added.Ingram posted multiple examples of racist messages and comments on Instagram, noting that she has received hundreds of messages, some of which included the N-word.