About This (Online) Dating Thing...

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Coach Stephanie from meetjuliet.com is back! She first appeared on the June 16th show along with Angela (maneatersblog.com) and we discussed relationships.

She's coming back to the Talk 2 Q Radio Show to discuss the world of online dating.

-How do you get started dating online?

-What are advantages over traditional dating?

-Are there truly success stories?

We'll hit those topics and more! Follow me @Talk2Q and Coach Steph @meetjuliet

Part of the philosphy from her site: "Why should you join MeetJuliet.com? Because we want to teach you how to get love and keep love, not just search for love..."

Get Fit with Bry Jensen

Show #49 will be graced by the lovely Bry Jensen!  Bry is a freelance fitness model who is blowing up on the web!  


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On August 24th, she and I will discuss the following:

-How she got started into fitness modelling
-What she does to inspire others
-Fitness and motivation tips



Straight fitness talk on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!

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Real Men Seek: Chaplain Donna

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I started following Chaplain Donna's blog about a year ago. She's a single mother living in the state of Michigan and was once a hospital chaplain.

What prompted me to follow her blog was the strength she displayed in each of her posts. Empowered Peace is a blog site that details how Chaplain Donna believes in focusing on her faith and self-improvement to help change the world around her. Chaplain Donna isn't about pointing the finger at other people. She realizes that in the seemingly-infinite task of trying to make the world better, she must first start with herself.

I've always described her as "First Lady material." The insightful thinking, class and demeanor she possesses is equivalent to a person of royalty. Also, whenever I read her blog, I can truly say that I learn something. Not just something about her, but something about myself as I start to think, "how would I have handled that situation?"

Chaplain Donna truly represents what real men seek: strength, courage, widsom and class.

Here is an excerpt from one of her blog posts that inspires women to be true to themselves. Please continue to her site to finish the post and follow her blog while you're there. You'll be a better person and will find yourself a step closer to being what real men seek.

"A one dimensional person is lying to themselves. No one is all good all the time. As a woman I thought it was my place be good, even during my years of being a "bad girl" I still had a persona within my group as a "good girl." There were certain lines I did not cross because I needed to be "good."

 What is a good girl or person? A person that lives their lives believing they are walking a saint. They do everything to live up to society's definition of a good woman. They continually deny their true feelings and act upon being liked by others. It is a life full of artificial connections, fake smiles and suppressed emotions. The "good girl" must die!"


Be sure to go here for the rest of her blog post. Lastly, check out my interview with her back on March 27th.

You can follow Chaplain Donna on Twitter or like the Empowered Peace fan page on Facebook.

Perpetuating Stereotypes

This is, by far, our most controversial and heated show ever.



On show #47, we'll discuss how TV perpetuates stereotypes. 

All women are catty (thanks to reality shows)

All white people in Mississippi are racists (thanks to movies)

All defendants are guilty (thanks to Nancy Grace types)

And more...




Get inspired for the show by checking out this blog post from I.Am.Trending!


Straight stereotype talk on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!


Call (323) 784-3650 to listen in and / or talk to Q. You can also join our interactive chat room and ask questions from there.

From the Thank, Q blog:

Can we please stop with the Mississippi movies on racism? There's more to my home state than this. I'm sure my tweet homie, CIH8U2, can back me up on this. Is it possible to shoot a movie in Mississippi that doesn't involve racism? And no, "Biloxi Blues" doesn't count! For every "My Dog Skip," there is "Mississippi Burning" and a "Ghosts of Mississippi." Heck, even "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" had an appearance by the KKK.

I've lived in Mississippi for almost 40 years. Does racism still exist? Yes. Do the aforementioned movies represent life in Mississippi before 1970? Yes. I'm not denying that it happened and that it should some how be swept under the rug.

I'm just saying can we be about something other than racism for a change?

Continued here...

More Trash Talkin'!

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On this show, things are wide open! Whatever the trending topic is on social media outlets, we'll discuss it! Deadbeat parents, Chris Brown, personal hygiene and more!


Straight current events talk on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!

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Join me and M&M as we break down today's topics.

Sunday @ 10 PM ET / 9 PM CT!

Trash Talkin' Thursday!

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On this show, things are wide open! Whatever the trending topic is on social media outlets, we'll discuss it! Politics, celebrities, relationships, etc.


Straight current events talk on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!

Follow me on Twitter @Talk2Q


Join me and M&M as we break down today's topics.

Thursday @ 10 PM ET / 9 PM CT!

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