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All Day Podcast: 8/2/16

The crew welcomes back Justin Tinsley from the road

5:46 PMAfter covering both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions for two weeks, staff writer Justin Tinsley rejoined the All Day Podcast team this week, as he, host Clinton Yates and senior style writer Jill Hudson talked MTV’s legacy, Malia Obama’s weekend at Lollapalooza and Draymond Green’s Snapchat blunder.

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On Monday, MTV turned 35 years old, so the crew reflected on the contributions the network has made to American society, especially hip-hop culture, over the years. As Clinton recently wrote, MTV’s show Yo! MTV Raps is one of the greatest programs MTV ever produced. But don’t forget about its other shows, such as Real World.

Two of the biggest things to hit the internet last weekend were a video of President Barack Obama’s oldest daughter, Malia, dancing at a concert, and an unsolicited, and uncensored, Snapchat photo posted by the NBA forward Green (the topic of the latest episode of Locker Room Lawyer). Justin responds to the Obama video with a hilarious impression of how the president and first lady likely reacted to seeing it. And Jill has some interesting thoughts surrounding the question of whether Green’s photo helped or hurt his chances with the ladies.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Baron Batch gets popped

for graffiti tagging all over Pittsburgh

5:46 PMAfter covering both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions for two weeks, staff writer Justin Tinsley rejoined the All Day Podcast team this week, as he, host Clinton Yates and senior style writer Jill Hudson talked MTV’s legacy, Malia Obama’s weekend at Lollapalooza and Draymond Green’s Snapchat blunder.

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On Monday, MTV turned 35 years old, so the crew reflected on the contributions the network has made to American society, especially hip-hop culture, over the years. As Clinton recently wrote, MTV’s show Yo! MTV Raps is one of the greatest programs MTV ever produced. But don’t forget about its other shows, such as Real World.

Two of the biggest things to hit the internet last weekend were a video of President Barack Obama’s oldest daughter, Malia, dancing at a concert, and an unsolicited, and uncensored, Snapchat photo posted by the NBA forward Green (the topic of the latest episode of Locker Room Lawyer). Justin responds to the Obama video with a hilarious impression of how the president and first lady likely reacted to seeing it. And Jill has some interesting thoughts surrounding the question of whether Green’s photo helped or hurt his chances with the ladies.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Board on Saturday

Let’s go skating in Cuba

Because that’s not a thing a lot of people get to do

5:46 PMAfter covering both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions for two weeks, staff writer Justin Tinsley rejoined the All Day Podcast team this week, as he, host Clinton Yates and senior style writer Jill Hudson talked MTV’s legacy, Malia Obama’s weekend at Lollapalooza and Draymond Green’s Snapchat blunder.

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On Monday, MTV turned 35 years old, so the crew reflected on the contributions the network has made to American society, especially hip-hop culture, over the years. As Clinton recently wrote, MTV’s show Yo! MTV Raps is one of the greatest programs MTV ever produced. But don’t forget about its other shows, such as Real World.

Two of the biggest things to hit the internet last weekend were a video of President Barack Obama’s oldest daughter, Malia, dancing at a concert, and an unsolicited, and uncensored, Snapchat photo posted by the NBA forward Green (the topic of the latest episode of Locker Room Lawyer). Justin responds to the Obama video with a hilarious impression of how the president and first lady likely reacted to seeing it. And Jill has some interesting thoughts surrounding the question of whether Green’s photo helped or hurt his chances with the ladies.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

‘Major Key’: An emoji review

DJ Khaled’s new album is 🔥🔥🔥

5:46 PMAfter covering both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions for two weeks, staff writer Justin Tinsley rejoined the All Day Podcast team this week, as he, host Clinton Yates and senior style writer Jill Hudson talked MTV’s legacy, Malia Obama’s weekend at Lollapalooza and Draymond Green’s Snapchat blunder.

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On Monday, MTV turned 35 years old, so the crew reflected on the contributions the network has made to American society, especially hip-hop culture, over the years. As Clinton recently wrote, MTV’s show Yo! MTV Raps is one of the greatest programs MTV ever produced. But don’t forget about its other shows, such as Real World.

Two of the biggest things to hit the internet last weekend were a video of President Barack Obama’s oldest daughter, Malia, dancing at a concert, and an unsolicited, and uncensored, Snapchat photo posted by the NBA forward Green (the topic of the latest episode of Locker Room Lawyer). Justin responds to the Obama video with a hilarious impression of how the president and first lady likely reacted to seeing it. And Jill has some interesting thoughts surrounding the question of whether Green’s photo helped or hurt his chances with the ladies.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Rep. Joyce Beatty rocked that outfit

and made a statement in more ways than one

5:46 PMAfter covering both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions for two weeks, staff writer Justin Tinsley rejoined the All Day Podcast team this week, as he, host Clinton Yates and senior style writer Jill Hudson talked MTV’s legacy, Malia Obama’s weekend at Lollapalooza and Draymond Green’s Snapchat blunder.

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On Monday, MTV turned 35 years old, so the crew reflected on the contributions the network has made to American society, especially hip-hop culture, over the years. As Clinton recently wrote, MTV’s show Yo! MTV Raps is one of the greatest programs MTV ever produced. But don’t forget about its other shows, such as Real World.

Two of the biggest things to hit the internet last weekend were a video of President Barack Obama’s oldest daughter, Malia, dancing at a concert, and an unsolicited, and uncensored, Snapchat photo posted by the NBA forward Green (the topic of the latest episode of Locker Room Lawyer). Justin responds to the Obama video with a hilarious impression of how the president and first lady likely reacted to seeing it. And Jill has some interesting thoughts surrounding the question of whether Green’s photo helped or hurt his chances with the ladies.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Daily Dose: 7/29/16

Hillary Clinton is very here for the haters

5:46 PMAfter covering both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions for two weeks, staff writer Justin Tinsley rejoined the All Day Podcast team this week, as he, host Clinton Yates and senior style writer Jill Hudson talked MTV’s legacy, Malia Obama’s weekend at Lollapalooza and Draymond Green’s Snapchat blunder.

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On Monday, MTV turned 35 years old, so the crew reflected on the contributions the network has made to American society, especially hip-hop culture, over the years. As Clinton recently wrote, MTV’s show Yo! MTV Raps is one of the greatest programs MTV ever produced. But don’t forget about its other shows, such as Real World.

Two of the biggest things to hit the internet last weekend were a video of President Barack Obama’s oldest daughter, Malia, dancing at a concert, and an unsolicited, and uncensored, Snapchat photo posted by the NBA forward Green (the topic of the latest episode of Locker Room Lawyer). Justin responds to the Obama video with a hilarious impression of how the president and first lady likely reacted to seeing it. And Jill has some interesting thoughts surrounding the question of whether Green’s photo helped or hurt his chances with the ladies.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

These Arthur memes are out of control

How Twitter turned a childhood classic into a constant joke

5:46 PMAfter covering both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions for two weeks, staff writer Justin Tinsley rejoined the All Day Podcast team this week, as he, host Clinton Yates and senior style writer Jill Hudson talked MTV’s legacy, Malia Obama’s weekend at Lollapalooza and Draymond Green’s Snapchat blunder.

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On Monday, MTV turned 35 years old, so the crew reflected on the contributions the network has made to American society, especially hip-hop culture, over the years. As Clinton recently wrote, MTV’s show Yo! MTV Raps is one of the greatest programs MTV ever produced. But don’t forget about its other shows, such as Real World.

Two of the biggest things to hit the internet last weekend were a video of President Barack Obama’s oldest daughter, Malia, dancing at a concert, and an unsolicited, and uncensored, Snapchat photo posted by the NBA forward Green (the topic of the latest episode of Locker Room Lawyer). Justin responds to the Obama video with a hilarious impression of how the president and first lady likely reacted to seeing it. And Jill has some interesting thoughts surrounding the question of whether Green’s photo helped or hurt his chances with the ladies.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Vogue’s ’73 Questions with Serena Williams’

It’s a must-see video

5:46 PMAfter covering both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions for two weeks, staff writer Justin Tinsley rejoined the All Day Podcast team this week, as he, host Clinton Yates and senior style writer Jill Hudson talked MTV’s legacy, Malia Obama’s weekend at Lollapalooza and Draymond Green’s Snapchat blunder.

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On Monday, MTV turned 35 years old, so the crew reflected on the contributions the network has made to American society, especially hip-hop culture, over the years. As Clinton recently wrote, MTV’s show Yo! MTV Raps is one of the greatest programs MTV ever produced. But don’t forget about its other shows, such as Real World.

Two of the biggest things to hit the internet last weekend were a video of President Barack Obama’s oldest daughter, Malia, dancing at a concert, and an unsolicited, and uncensored, Snapchat photo posted by the NBA forward Green (the topic of the latest episode of Locker Room Lawyer). Justin responds to the Obama video with a hilarious impression of how the president and first lady likely reacted to seeing it. And Jill has some interesting thoughts surrounding the question of whether Green’s photo helped or hurt his chances with the ladies.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Remember when Bow Wow was great?

Now, he’s fighting — and struggling — to stay relevant

5:46 PMAfter covering both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions for two weeks, staff writer Justin Tinsley rejoined the All Day Podcast team this week, as he, host Clinton Yates and senior style writer Jill Hudson talked MTV’s legacy, Malia Obama’s weekend at Lollapalooza and Draymond Green’s Snapchat blunder.

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On Monday, MTV turned 35 years old, so the crew reflected on the contributions the network has made to American society, especially hip-hop culture, over the years. As Clinton recently wrote, MTV’s show Yo! MTV Raps is one of the greatest programs MTV ever produced. But don’t forget about its other shows, such as Real World.

Two of the biggest things to hit the internet last weekend were a video of President Barack Obama’s oldest daughter, Malia, dancing at a concert, and an unsolicited, and uncensored, Snapchat photo posted by the NBA forward Green (the topic of the latest episode of Locker Room Lawyer). Justin responds to the Obama video with a hilarious impression of how the president and first lady likely reacted to seeing it. And Jill has some interesting thoughts surrounding the question of whether Green’s photo helped or hurt his chances with the ladies.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Stance drops new hotness

This time, cartoon style

5:46 PMAfter covering both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions for two weeks, staff writer Justin Tinsley rejoined the All Day Podcast team this week, as he, host Clinton Yates and senior style writer Jill Hudson talked MTV’s legacy, Malia Obama’s weekend at Lollapalooza and Draymond Green’s Snapchat blunder.

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On Monday, MTV turned 35 years old, so the crew reflected on the contributions the network has made to American society, especially hip-hop culture, over the years. As Clinton recently wrote, MTV’s show Yo! MTV Raps is one of the greatest programs MTV ever produced. But don’t forget about its other shows, such as Real World.

Two of the biggest things to hit the internet last weekend were a video of President Barack Obama’s oldest daughter, Malia, dancing at a concert, and an unsolicited, and uncensored, Snapchat photo posted by the NBA forward Green (the topic of the latest episode of Locker Room Lawyer). Justin responds to the Obama video with a hilarious impression of how the president and first lady likely reacted to seeing it. And Jill has some interesting thoughts surrounding the question of whether Green’s photo helped or hurt his chances with the ladies.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Daily Dose: 7/28/16

President Obama lets it be known who he’s voting for

5:46 PMAfter covering both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions for two weeks, staff writer Justin Tinsley rejoined the All Day Podcast team this week, as he, host Clinton Yates and senior style writer Jill Hudson talked MTV’s legacy, Malia Obama’s weekend at Lollapalooza and Draymond Green’s Snapchat blunder.

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On Monday, MTV turned 35 years old, so the crew reflected on the contributions the network has made to American society, especially hip-hop culture, over the years. As Clinton recently wrote, MTV’s show Yo! MTV Raps is one of the greatest programs MTV ever produced. But don’t forget about its other shows, such as Real World.

Two of the biggest things to hit the internet last weekend were a video of President Barack Obama’s oldest daughter, Malia, dancing at a concert, and an unsolicited, and uncensored, Snapchat photo posted by the NBA forward Green (the topic of the latest episode of Locker Room Lawyer). Justin responds to the Obama video with a hilarious impression of how the president and first lady likely reacted to seeing it. And Jill has some interesting thoughts surrounding the question of whether Green’s photo helped or hurt his chances with the ladies.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Crying Jordan is the only one we acknowledge

If you’re a newspaper in Malawi, apparently

5:46 PMAfter covering both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions for two weeks, staff writer Justin Tinsley rejoined the All Day Podcast team this week, as he, host Clinton Yates and senior style writer Jill Hudson talked MTV’s legacy, Malia Obama’s weekend at Lollapalooza and Draymond Green’s Snapchat blunder.

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On Monday, MTV turned 35 years old, so the crew reflected on the contributions the network has made to American society, especially hip-hop culture, over the years. As Clinton recently wrote, MTV’s show Yo! MTV Raps is one of the greatest programs MTV ever produced. But don’t forget about its other shows, such as Real World.

Two of the biggest things to hit the internet last weekend were a video of President Barack Obama’s oldest daughter, Malia, dancing at a concert, and an unsolicited, and uncensored, Snapchat photo posted by the NBA forward Green (the topic of the latest episode of Locker Room Lawyer). Justin responds to the Obama video with a hilarious impression of how the president and first lady likely reacted to seeing it. And Jill has some interesting thoughts surrounding the question of whether Green’s photo helped or hurt his chances with the ladies.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

All charges dismissed against police in Freddie Gray case

Those remaining will walk before seeing courtroom

5:46 PMAfter covering both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions for two weeks, staff writer Justin Tinsley rejoined the All Day Podcast team this week, as he, host Clinton Yates and senior style writer Jill Hudson talked MTV’s legacy, Malia Obama’s weekend at Lollapalooza and Draymond Green’s Snapchat blunder.

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On Monday, MTV turned 35 years old, so the crew reflected on the contributions the network has made to American society, especially hip-hop culture, over the years. As Clinton recently wrote, MTV’s show Yo! MTV Raps is one of the greatest programs MTV ever produced. But don’t forget about its other shows, such as Real World.

Two of the biggest things to hit the internet last weekend were a video of President Barack Obama’s oldest daughter, Malia, dancing at a concert, and an unsolicited, and uncensored, Snapchat photo posted by the NBA forward Green (the topic of the latest episode of Locker Room Lawyer). Justin responds to the Obama video with a hilarious impression of how the president and first lady likely reacted to seeing it. And Jill has some interesting thoughts surrounding the question of whether Green’s photo helped or hurt his chances with the ladies.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.

Daily Dose: 7/27/16

It’s Prince Day to celebrate the release of ‘Purple Rain’

5:46 PMAfter covering both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions for two weeks, staff writer Justin Tinsley rejoined the All Day Podcast team this week, as he, host Clinton Yates and senior style writer Jill Hudson talked MTV’s legacy, Malia Obama’s weekend at Lollapalooza and Draymond Green’s Snapchat blunder.

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On Monday, MTV turned 35 years old, so the crew reflected on the contributions the network has made to American society, especially hip-hop culture, over the years. As Clinton recently wrote, MTV’s show Yo! MTV Raps is one of the greatest programs MTV ever produced. But don’t forget about its other shows, such as Real World.

Two of the biggest things to hit the internet last weekend were a video of President Barack Obama’s oldest daughter, Malia, dancing at a concert, and an unsolicited, and uncensored, Snapchat photo posted by the NBA forward Green (the topic of the latest episode of Locker Room Lawyer). Justin responds to the Obama video with a hilarious impression of how the president and first lady likely reacted to seeing it. And Jill has some interesting thoughts surrounding the question of whether Green’s photo helped or hurt his chances with the ladies.

Give it a listen, and if you have any feedback or show ideas, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com.