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Sunday, October 23, 2011

It's Sunday's Week in Review, Courtesy of Afronerd Radio, 7pm EST-Topics: Capt. Kirk's TV Debut on NY's Tiempo, Kadafi's Out!, I-phone Wars & More!

Good Evening, folks and welcome to another round of "afronerd-ism," thanks to the thematically named Afronerd Radio show. First off, we must give great praise to the one and only Captain Kirk who made an appearance on NY's Tiempo for his co-production cred on a documentary entitled, AIR: The True Memoirs of Gil C. Alicea. Air stems from a well publicized book, The Air Down Here which tells the riveting story of Mr. Gilbert Alicea's formative years in the South Bronx being reared by two HIV parents. The Captain, of course, will fill our audience in on the particulars of this project during tonight's 90 minute broadcast. And if that isn't heavy enough for you, there's always the remainder of the show! The topics to be discussed are: (finally) getting around to last week's Madame Noir blog's entry entitled, "Famous Black people We'd Like to Disown If We Could"; a young Mcdonald's employee is caught on camera involved in a melee with 2 female customers; a mother of 13 is brutally killed in a crossfire in front of a Brownsville, Brooklyn school by above ground thugs; Libyan leader, Moammar Kadafi is killed by a yankee fan (according to the NY Post); thoughts on the I-phone vs Android smartphone battle; the UK Misfits sci-fi series is getting an American makeover and lastly, MSNBC correspondent/civil rights leader, Rev. Al Sharpton defends filmmaker, Tyler Perry against alleged "proper Negroes." Remember, you can drop us a line, 'live" at 646-915-9620 or via email/instant message at afronerdradio@yahoo.com.

Afronerd Radio's Week in Review

And for part two, of Captain Kirk's interview on Tiempo, please click on the link below:

Part 2-Captain Kirk on NY's Tiempo

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