In this episode, we discuss why parents should not post any photos of their kids to social media. Also, we dive into the very manipulative and deceptive techniques that social media is using to gain trust and develop a relationship with each individual. We also discuss Arty’s job search. JJ has an opinion and Arty doesn’t take it well….
Ben has the Flu. This presents a difficult problem for Arty: Hosting the show while running the cameras and soundboard at the same time. We discovered via JJ, that Sexual Harassment from customers in grocery stores has become a widespread issue, how do we go about combating this? Arty and JJ have a gambling trip scheduled in a few days… What will JJ’s strategy be?
Throughout the weekend and into the week, the Keaton Jones video has gone viral to epic proportions. Now that people have started digging past the surface, things aren’t so clear. Confused? No problem, we got your back! We dissect the entire Keaton Jones saga during the first hour of the show. More and more sexual abuse allegations are coming into the spotlight now, so a question needs to be asked: Who’s next? We give out some names whom we expect to be exposed (no pun intended). All of this and more on this loaded episode of The Artamus Cameron Experience!
It’s Christmas shopping season, so we decided to give our listeners a gift; We are going to rank the shipping companies for you. Ben has a huge announcement to make that could possibly change the future of the show. What is it? JJ returns… well kind of.
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Does the Disney movie “Sleeping Beauty” promote sexual abuse? Some people think it does…
We take a look back (briefly between discussing the Tennessee coaching search) on the stereotypes involved with HIV/AIDS during the 1980s and discuss a video which presents a very fundamentalist (Christian) attitude towards the disease. We rip it apart. Enjoy!