Bryan and Mackenzie Crabtree outline the current condition of the Atlanta real estate market and a recent Facebook post about the craziest things that have happened to some agents and their clients that almost no one faces in their career.
Bryan and Laura take a call from a listener who says "you drink the Trump kool-aid..." Yet he doesn't realize that what Trump is doing as President is instructive for minority communities. Why do some decry expect President Trump for fighting back against a bias in the Justice system against him? Accordingly, why shouldn't minorities also be allowed to speak out against biases they experience in the Justice System? Aren't these two issues of bias equally damaging if the truth is ignored simply because of political polarization?
This is what we actually said about Kara Stockton before she stormed into the studio to chew us out and send the station on a 9 hour bashing session about a compliment. The comment about women being quiet was a humble comment about my co-host actually having been told that years ago by another station in a different market.
The NFL thinks keeping the players in the locker room is the best way to solve the kneeling problem that has cost them in ratings, attendance and revenue. But, what is the deeper problem behind NFL kneeling that is being missed?
In this episode Bryan outlines the charges of Trump's insanity and gives the only evidence you need to display why he's not what they say he is. What are we all missing?