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The J Show Chicago 2008-2018

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All good things must come to and end…to make way for GREATER THINGS! Click the articles to read more…

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For many, the end of this morning radio program came as a shock and a disappointment.  I am so excited about whats NEXT, however I want to talk about the bond that is created between the listener and the audience that cannot be overstated. Read More

Why do we care about a pic of Donye, I mean Kanald?

By Celebrity, Food for thought

“So…two blonde guys walk into Trump Tower…”

Essentially all we have here is the set up to a really awesome or really terrible joke. As news spread around the internet about the meeting between President elect Donald Trump and recent mental breakdown inpatient Kanye West, we’ve witnessed largely a backlash from Kanye fans and anti-Trump people.

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Cincinnati Zoo : Boy Falls into Gorilla Enclosure

By Food for thought, Nature
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Substitute teacher has meltdown over rubber bands

By Food for thought, Lifestyle

EVERYONE knows that the substitute teacher gets the WORST treatment.  The students are usually relentless.  This teacher could not take it anymore and lost his cool in front of the 6th grade students.

According to reports the substitute teacher lost lost his cool when trying to figure out where a misplaced box of rubber bands were.  The rumors were that the students took them and used the bands for bracelets.

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True Life: I Was An Intern

By Food for thought, Lifestyle

As a year passes my first “big girl” job, I remember a the time before that…when I was an intern. Yes as a twenty-something millennial approaching a quarter-life crisis, I have to remind myself to understand everyone’s path is different.

Millennials got so many participation trophies growing up that a recent study showed that 40% believe they should be promoted every two years, regardless of performance.

       – Joel Stein in Time Magazine

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