TACS 620 - Episode 620

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Segment Times and Links: https://www.compoundmedia.com/rundown/august-17-2017-rundown-tacs-620/ Wrapping up the week with a solo show, Anthony talks about the public thinking Trump supports white supremacy, Nazi cosplay, removing history through statues, classifying as a Nazi, Antifa inciting violence, and Baltimore removing statues in the dark of the night. We get the latest from the prestigious Bronx Community College, hear about a confederate plaque being removed in Canada, watch an ABC news report regarding Charlottesville, find out a leader of a Boston group wants to rename Faneuil Hall and that FB is banning white nationals over hate speech, and we hear Leslie Odom Jr.’s thoughts on removing statues (WTF cares?!). We check out some ridiculously cheesy movie covers, Ant talks about statues that should probably be taken down, we try to decipher what Rocky is saying, chat about eclipses, see the first pitch from a Red Sox game, find out ISIS is taking responsibility for the attack in Barcelona (shocking!!), and Ant talks about Rick Delgado parodies as well as and factual mathematics when it comes to crime.

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