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Everyday Black Men

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    MCU Meltdowns, Horny Executives, and MFK Debates

    1 JUN. 2024 · In the latest episode of "Everyday Black Men," the hosts continue their lively and candid discussions from "Free Chopsticks, Stolen Ketchup, and Konsole Konflicts!" Reed opens the episode by declaring the MCU dead, blaming Disney for ruining it. The Black Libertarian shares his discomfort about being the only black person in professional settings, humorously noting that executive black women can be both mean and overly flirtatious. The conversation takes a reflective turn as the hosts discuss moments when they felt they let down their fellow black community members due to various circumstances. Riker shares a surprising story about a young acquaintance, and the episode wraps up with a playful debate on marrying Ludacris' wife, famous people caught in public scandals, and much more, blending humor with thoughtful insights.
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    Free Chopsticks, Stolen Ketchup, and Konsole Konflicts!

    30 ABR. 2024 · In the latest episode of "Everyday Black Men," the hosts delve into a mix of humor and social commentary, continuing the conversation from their Patreon-exclusive episode. Riker lightens the mood by teasing Reed about his thriftiness with chopsticks, while Sham shares an anecdote about greed involving ketchup hoarding and corporate water monopolies in California. The discussion takes a turn into pop culture as the hosts examine the social dynamics of anime fans, noting some fans' difficulty in engaging in non-anime conversations. Throughout the episode, the hosts sprinkle in humor with references to "Hoe Math" and Katt Williams jokes, and cap off with a spirited debate on video game fandom, blending entertainment with insightful dialogue on contemporary issues.
    Escuchado 55m 45s
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    Self-Love, Rap Battles, and Walmart Economics

    2 ABR. 2024 · In this lively episode of "Everyday Black Men," the hosts delve into a mix of entertainment, self-love, and social commentary, with Sham kicking things off. The discussion quickly heats up with Riker and Reed clashing over Reed's bold assertion that Nia Long is a D-level actress, a stance that Riker vehemently opposes. The Black Libertarian shifts the conversation to the topic of self-love, only to be met with skepticism from the rest of the group, sparking a debate about the concept's validity. The dialogue then turns to the hip-hop world, with Riker questioning the appropriateness of an age limit for rappers, leading Reed to mention the generational divide exemplified by old school rappers' reception of Eminem. The episode rounds off with Sham proposing an unconventional solution to economic inequality involving Walmart bags and sharing a story that highlights the often-overlooked perspectives of children, ensuring the podcast covers a broad spectrum of topics before concluding.
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    Debt, Dark Wizards, and Dating Disasters

    18 MAR. 2024 · In this engaging episode of "Everyday Black Men," Sham sets the stage for a conversation filled with insight, humor, and a touch of the supernatural. Riker and Reed delve into the financial world, discussing Robert Kiyosaki's staggering debt and society's penchant for excess, while also touching on Atlanta's rising status in the housing market—a development that the Black Libertarian views with skepticism. The discussion takes a whimsical turn as Reed and the Black Libertarian ponder the existence of a dark wizard influencing men's fidelity, alongside a light-hearted debate on the logistics of superheroes attending to nature's call. Just as Sham begins to see eye-to-eye with the Black Libertarian on the merits of staying single, the conversation veers off course, leading to laughter and a sharp change in direction. The episode wraps up with the Black Libertarian saying the only successful marriages are when you die, Sham expressing a desire to have Dr. Umar Johnson as a guest, and a promise of more intriguing topics to come.
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    Baby Bottles, Jesus Walks, and Political Talks

    26 FEB. 2024 · In this captivating episode of "Everyday Black Men," hosts Riker, Reed, Armstead, the Black Libertarian, and Sham engage in a dynamic and wide-ranging conversation. The discussion starts with Reed's provocative statement about the necessity of cooperation between women and men, which spirals into personal anecdotes from the Black Libertarian's childhood, shedding light on the complexities of gender dynamics. Reed lightens the mood by comparing his parenting struggles to the "I Love Lucy" backstory. Sham interjects with a witty remark about Kanye West's "Jesus Walks" as a metaphor for the sacrifices of fame. Riker then shifts the conversation to a more serious note, pondering the behind-the-scenes actions of Democrats in conference rooms, sparking a lively political debate. The episode rounds off with Reed expressing a wish to have Lil Yachty as a guest, followed by Sham sharing a poignant story about a gay man's epiphany in a bar, encapsulating the podcast's ability to blend humor, personal reflection, and social commentary. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/everyday-black-men--2988631/support.
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    Interview with Grace (Juice Cleanses and Junk Food Confessions: A Nutritional Rodeo)

    3 FEB. 2024 · In this enlightening episode of "Everyday Black Men," hosts Riker, Reed, Armstead, Shaun Da Shredder, and Sham welcome special guest Grace, a seasoned nutritionist, to the show. The conversation kicks off with Armstead inquiring about Grace's tenure in the nutrition field, while Riker delves into the origins of her nutritional journey, uncovering the personal motivations that sparked her interest in healthier eating habits. Grace shares the story of how a loved one's health challenges inspired her to embark on a path to better nutrition, leading Sham to explore her venture into the juice business. Reed humorously highlights the perceived dietary disparities among different economic classes, seeking Grace's advice on essential dietary eliminations for "a friend." The episode wraps up with a heartwarming connection as Sham, Grace, and Shaun Da Shredder bond over their Texas roots, while a discussion on Georgia's finest foods unfolds, and Sham playfully critiques Armstead's previous cereal preferences, adding a personal touch to the nutritional dialogue.
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    Banana Pudding Betrayals and Lemon-Flavored Love Lives

    22 ENE. 2024 · In this episode of "Everyday Black Men," hosts Riker, Reed, Armstead, the Rider, Sham, and the Black Libertarian delve into a mix of serious and lighthearted topics. The conversation begins with Reed reflecting on a disturbing current issue of police mistreating homeless people, sparking a memory of his own misguided actions as a teenager. Riker shifts the tone by asking everyone to share their favorite moments from 2023, leading to a surprising debate when Reed expresses his dislike for banana pudding and the Black Libertarian counters with a fact about our limited taste perception. The mood turns poignant as the Rider shares a personal story, revealing that his best moment of 2023 was intertwined with a profound betrayal. The episode concludes with a discussion by Sham on the unexpected consequences of good deeds, highlighted by Reed's controversial question about Pinky, and a Patreon-exclusive segment featuring a spirited debate on the Black Libertarian's cleanliness and responsibility, with Sham pointing out that he's the only one with a bittersweet memory on circumcision.
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    Snowballs, Dance Beats, and Holiday Heat: A Christmas Special

    5 ENE. 2024 · In this heartwarming and humorous Christmas special of "Everyday Black Men," hosts Riker, Reed, the Rider, Sham, Armstead, and the Black Libertarian share their most cherished holiday memories and perspectives. The Black Libertarian playfully questions Armstead about his marriage plans while skillfully avoiding the same question himself, citing tradition and age. Armstead reflects on his childhood, revealing he doesn't have strong memories of celebrating Christmas, but vividly recalls engaging in snowball fights in Chicago. The Rider shares a bittersweet memory of how a single off-color remark once led to the cancellation of his Christmas, bringing a mix of laughter and empathy from the group. Sham delves into the unique dynamics of playing Wallball during the holiday season in Houston, while Riker lightens the mood with a joyful recollection of playing Dance Central during Christmas, illustrating the diverse ways the holiday is experienced and celebrated. The episode wraps up with more captivating stories, leaving listeners with a sense of the varied and rich holiday experiences within the African American community.
    Escuchado 45m 25s
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    Black Salt, White Pepper (Part 2)

    25 DIC. 2023 · In the latest episode of "Everyday Black Men," hosts Riker, Reed, Tatyanna, Sham, Shon da Shredder, and the Black Libertarian dive into various engaging topics. They kick off the discussion with a thought-provoking debate on why podcasts may be less popular among women, sparking diverse viewpoints. Reed introduces an interesting concept that everyone should have a personal catchphrase, leading to a humorous exchange of ideas. The conversation takes a more personal turn as Riker prompts each member to share their "worst fumble the bag" moment, revealing funny and serious experiences. Particularly gripping is Sham's recount of Tatyanna's risky trip with minimal protection, and Shon shares his own near-miss story about failing to navigate Netflix in its early days, adding depth and relatability to the episode.
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    Most Women Never Been Rejected (Part 1)

    7 DIC. 2023 · In an Everyday Black Men podcast episode, Riker picks up where our Patreon Brittney Renner is a Detroit -3 episode left off with Tatyanna saying she has been shocked hearing what the podcast has been up to recently. We can’t talk about the 1000 kids who have gone missing in Ohio, but we can mention how certain groups of people can’t stop copying black people. Sham says that he hates it when people use what happened to them as children to define them, and Riker asks if the group believes what Xzibit said about all modern rappers all sounding the same. Riker takes the group back to the days of Turquoise Jeep, and Reed gives reasons why sex toys should be banned from people who aren’t dating the gender the toy was made to impersonate. Tatyanna says gender wars grind her gears, and Reed says having sex with people you work with is weirder. Reed says the titular phrase, Black Libertarian says certain customs sound like witch bullcrap, turning this into the start of a two-part episode and before we bring the podcast to a close.
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    Interview with a Bruja (Patreon Exclusive)

    16 OCT. 2022 · In this Patreon exclusive episode of the Everyday Black Men podcast, we are joined by Vanessa, who summons ancestral spirits, not joking. We start the podcast with Sham discussing devout whores, and Reed wants a definition. Black Libertarian says when a woman begins sageing the house, it’s time to bounce and other things you should know. Reed asks the group what the worst household chore is, and everyone has a different task they don’t like doing. We briefly cover how Reed knows Vanessa and what they remember about each other. We close out this podcast with a conversation about cheating on Nia Long, how Reed and Black Libertarian enjoyed a night out with a crew, and much more.
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    And Not A Single Man Was There

    22 OCT. 2021 · In this episode our returning special guest, The Black Libertarian joins the podcast while DJ ALL MIGHT is on vacation. Trigger warning as much of the content is about the things done in the dark. We start off with the heinous accusations against Brother Polight. The Black Libertarian says we don’t discuss child molestation in our community which is a problem and Riker says even rappers mention it in their songs with no one batting an eye. Next, we discuss the women getting killed in Atlanta with the most disgraceful one being Lil Germ Next who watched his girlfriend get kidnapped without helping her. Reed is disappointed Lil’ Germ Next was black, The Black Libertarian suggests it part of the weirdos moving to Atlanta and Riker says the titular phrase. We end the podcast with a classic Black Libertarian rant, Armstead asking for the group to explain Afghanistan to him like he is 5, and much more before we draw to a close.
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    You’ve Been Hot Cosby’d

    3 OCT. 2021 · In this Patreon episode, our special guests are Tee and Tery, who keep it real with us on all the issues. Starting DJ ALL MIGHT leads the episode running right into saying he wishes he had done more research before buying CTG’s book but Tee reminds him they already got his money. Next Tee/Tery discuss working with rappers in the 90s and boy do they got a story to tell. R. Reed mentions that men look at women differently for sex than for relationships and Tery says women be like that as well. We touch on sexual violence with both Tery and DJ ALL MIGHT share their own stories. The titular phrase uttered by DJ ALL MIGHT in response to his own tale. R. Reed asks if gays and lesbians get along and both Tery and Tee say their peace. We end the podcast with a Reed question for black filmmakers, DJ ALL MIGHT letting us know what 8 city blocks are, and much more before we draw to a close. Show Notes: 1.https://www.instagram.com/teescapesllc/ 2.https://terywilson.com/ 3.https://www.instagram.com/filmmakertery/
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    No Proper Ass Eating Way

    10 SEP. 2021 · In this first official Patreon episode of the Everyday Black Men we are joined by Tatyanna. We begin this episode with a question by the Black Libertarian with Tatyanna not knowing if white people think we are all the same. R. Reed brings up the concept of leftover women and Riker responds to a scenario by DJ ALL MIGHT. R. Reed has a question for the group and DJ ALL MIGHT asks manscape for a sponsorship. Before we end the podcast we address reach arounds, booty eating, and much more before we draw to a close.
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Join Riker, R. Reed, Armstead, DJ ALL MIGHT, Sham, the Black Libertarian and The Rider as they discuss topics from the viewpoints of 7 different everyday black men. From the...

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Join Riker, R. Reed, Armstead, DJ ALL MIGHT, Sham, the Black Libertarian and The Rider as they discuss topics from the viewpoints of 7 different everyday black men. From the latest in pop culture, to black thoughts and relationship problems there is no topic too controversial.
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