Descripción de Episode 102 Cinco De Mayo, No Wall Trump, Joe Rogan, John Reep, King Jefe Taco Florence South Carolina
That's right, I'm all over the map on this one. I got home early, wife is out of town, I started laundry, grabbed a few beers out of the fridge, and turned the microphone on. I got so lucky to be in this skin, born on this dirt... who are we to say that people who weren't shouldn't have the chance to better their circumstances. If anything you'd think the right would respect the "pulling yourself up by hard work" mentality. That wasn't invented by white people of affluence, it was built by the poor. People I come from. People I respect. I am the person who worked out of my circumstance and I admire others who do the same.
God bless everyone who works hard and doesn't give up. We can do all things through Jesus Christ. Love your neighbor as your self. If that's a problem with you either your neighbor is a meth-head asshole, or you are the problem. We can all change for the better. The only thing it takes is effort.
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La Tremenda Corte fue un programa de radio del género cómico, el cual se produjo en La Habana, Cuba, y cuyos guiones realizaba Cástor Vispo. Se transmitió por radio entre 1942 y 1961 de forma ininterrumpida. El programa es considerado, por muchos conocedores en la materia, como la mejor comedia radiofónica producida en Latinoamérica en aquella época.
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