What up folks! It’s the 75th episode of FSG… the 💎 episode!
Since last week, Shells has been playing Minnie Mouse for the kids. Shout out to the Cubs who clinched the World Series after we recorded! Who says baseball is boring?!? Meanwhile, Irene has been kicking it with line sisters, enjoying the Halloween pics, especially from The Black Barbie and Black Ken (aka Beyoncé and Jay-Z).
Some weeks we have a Would You Rather question… but sometimes the pickings are slim. So, we skip on over that segment this week. However, Irene has made a special request for the return of Shells’ “Day of” segment… because apparently, that’s actually was a cool idea.
Also, we’re super excited to have a Plug of the Week! FLYE, cofounded by Cortni Grange is on a mission to intentionally expose high school aged youth to diverse avenues of success and assist young people involved in athletics in continued development of their most transitional soft skills. On Sunday, November 20th, 2016 FLYE is holding their 4th annual anniversary celebration at Impact Hub DC (419 7th St NW 3rd Floor)
This years event will help FLYE build support for the Knowledge Capital Coalition (KCC). Knowledge Capital offers what all youth in The District should have and some already do – a clear path to college, employment or entrepreneurship. For more information about FLYE and how to get involved and attend the event, visit www.flye.org/2016. Also check them out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube at @FLYEOrg.
Now to the water cooler… we talk about the the horrible events taking place at Sacred Stone Camp in South Dakota, the reopened FBI investigation (we guess) of Hillary’s emails, D.R.A.M’s new album is dope, Irene is loving NBC’s new drama, “This is Us“, and we’re both loving Issa Rae’s new show, “Insecure” on HBO.
Then we wrap up with 24K Magic in Irene’s Beats and Shells’ eye spy inspiration is all about letting go of dead stuff … like leaves on an autumn tree.
That’s all for now. Come on back next week…
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Irene & Shells
(Recorded Nov 2, 2016)