Welcome back, Good People! It’s a new week and a new episode of FSGPodcast!! Here we go…

Shells has been getting ready for Cole’s Birthday festivities and is celebrating a small victory with our resident tough girl, Cam. Irene was totally impressed with her experience at the African American History and Culture Museum– the newest Smithsonian museum. And is getting ready for a trip to the Highest of Seven Hill for #FAMUHC16.

Before we get into our water cooler chit chat, let’s consider this #WYR hypothetical for the day. Would you rather take a guaranteed $100,000 or a 50/50 chance at $1,000,000? We want to hear from you, so answer on FB, IG, and Twitter @fsgpodcast using #FSGWYR!

Now to our discussion of current events…

There’s a new “untraditional” CoverGirl, Shells thinks the Hot Ones challenge is a hilarious approach to interviewing, Irene  was fascinated yet underwhelmed by the Michel’le movie on Lifetime, President and First Lady Obama hosted their last State Dinner …and Auntie Michi SLAYED again, tragedy continues to haunt the Browder family, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame announced this year’s nominees, and the response to the news that PayPal cofounder contributed to the Trump campaign showed that our generation may be reactive, but definitely not apathetic.

Finally, we wrap up the show with Irene’s Fall anthem in her Beats and an Eye Spy Inspiration about the price you pay for your experiences.

We love y’all and appreciate your support. Keep listening, laughing, and sharing and we’ll be back next week!!

Irene & Shells

(recorded October 19, 2016)


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