The brothers spend most of the episode arguing the issue of racism in America as it applies to George Zimmerman and the Trayvon Martin killing. There’s also a brief riff on Andrew’s chess skills, the latest on Edward Snowden and the brothers, along with Chris the producer, introduce the much anticipated “Who The Fighting Ungers Want to Punch in the Face the Most” Tournament with the first 8 matchups. Also actor/comedian/writer Ted Lyde calls in to weigh in on the George Zimmerman verdict, loyal listener Cindy Newton plays “Fighting Ungers Busted Out Trivia” and Marc misuses the word sieve.

NOTE TO LISTENERS- This episode is really long and sometimes, in talking about the Trayvon Martin killing, both brothers get repetitive. Feel free to fast forward as needed.

 


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06/03/2015 2:44am

In public or governmental educational institutions teachers are not selected on the test basis. Teachers are always selected randomly in these types of educational institutions after good analysis.

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06/01/2017 8:07am

What I like about The Fighting Ungers is that the writer uplifts the importance of brotherhood. That no matter what happens, blood and relationship will always be a priority to these two lead characters. In episode 25, I am so happy to see the growth of Trayvon. It seems like the author heard the comments of the readers that's why the character was suddenly toned down.

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