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Monday, April 29, 2013

Episode 41 - Keep It Brown

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The Feed:
- According to a recent Facebook post, the band, Breaking Benjamin, has won a legal dispute regarding the use of their band name.

- Up and coming scene-core band, Sleeping With Sirens, recently released a new song titled “Low” to announce the release date for their upcoming album.

- Jonathan Cook, vocalist for the electro pop rock group, Forever the Sickest Kids, was recently arrested on account of selling fake Rolex watches.

- Justin Beiber’s tour bus was recently raided in Sweden and the officers found and confiscated a small amount of drugs.

On The Plate:
- Adam’s big day is fast approaching. So today, the two dad’s discuss whether or not the MPAA rating system is outdated and in need of an overhaul. Why is it that some films, shows, video games, etc, are rated a certain way when other films can get away with things that are, somewhat, much worse? Are the PG and G ratings still relevant? And does it seem like some entertainment makers specifically make products specifically with a certain rating in mind?

Sound Off:
- Mike: A reminder for those interested in checking out some unknown comics or for people who are looking to start reading comic books, Free Comic Book Day is this Saturday, May 4th! Check out the link below to see the books available and to find your local comic book shop! Happy reading!

Adam: Adam reviews “Beautiful Things” by Anthony Green and “The Strange Case Of…” by Halestorm

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