Mass Appeal Radio - 12/08/2007

Mass Appeal Radio 12/8/07

Hosted by: James Manning, Che Johnson and Danielle Hylton
Time: Saturday, 12pm (CST)
Website: massappealradio.com



Relationships

Last week we ended the show with a discussion on relationships. We’ll continue on that topic in the next show and will focus on starting a relationship on a strong note.

The idea of starting strong is a philosophy in many aspects of life. The football team that wins the coin toss looks to score first to gain momentum. Race car drivers compete for pole position and marathon runners look to get out in front of the pack in order to set the pace for the rest of the field.

A good relationship requires a strong start as well and we’re going to explore the elements that make for that start. We’ll also highlight some of the traits that may indicate if the person running up your anytime minutes has pinhead potential.

Interaction:
1. Do you have rules or guidelines to judge whether or not you should take the next step with someone?
2. What are some of the red flags that you look for when you first start dating?
This Christmas

With the Christmas season upon, it is only appropriate that we take a moment to bask in the excitement and anticipation of the gifts we’re surely to receive (unless you’re expecting a gift from me). Our hostess, Danielle Hylton, had never heard of the Heat Miser. People, not exposing your kids to “A Christmas without Santa Clause” and “Nestor the Long-eared Donkey” constitute as an act of depraved indifference to human life. STOP THE MADNESS!!!

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If you would like to get in on the conversation, call 877-864-4869 and be a part of the fun. You can leave your comments to the interaction questions on our blog. I’ll read the best comments on the air. Tune in tomorrow at 12pm (CST).

 

1 Response to Mass Appeal Radio - 12/08/2007

  1. Morpheus, SOC Says:
    Nice post James. This was very informative. Especially considering that I am offended that Ebonics even gets so much attention. Many communities are failing across many social structures; but certain ones are always overly-emphasized.

    By the way, nice job on the website!