Skip to comments.Dec. 20 JOHN AND KEN SHOW ON KFI - 3PM PACIFIC
Posted on 12/20/2005 2:51:31 PM PST by doug from upland
LISTEN TO JOHN AND KEN ONLINE - 3PM PACIFIC
Listen and comment. How surprised would you be if they discussed today's Tookie funeral?
> How surprised would you be if they discussed today's Tookie funeral?
These are the "Tookie Must Die" radio dudes?
I wouldn't be very surprised to hear that they cover it,
unless there's been some fallout from the legal and
political whiner complaints.
Can you provide some context for those not closely
following the story?
Yes, these are the TOOKIE MUST DIE guys. They did incredible Tookie reporting and were there at San Quentin.
Aw.... you missed!! :)
gangmembers from the local neighborhood got into a little confrontation with other Crips
Muslim factions there
some in camouflage military uniforms with ski masks
gang colors and gang signs at media
Some clown gave eulogy that was amazing...KFI played a short clip
Jackson introduced as one the "system didn't get."
Snoop Dogg did a poem.
I was on the tookie.com site, curious about his children's books. geared for K-4. reading level 3. I can't imagine how he help snoop dog. His reading skills must be 3rd grade level. I doubt kids that young are looking to join gangs. MSM had clips of JJ mouthing off stats on # of black versus whites that are in jail/death roll.
These people are sick
Snoop poem -- he doesn't believe Tookie did it
When the needle began to drizzle, Tookie began to fizzle.
Was it a poem anything like this:
There once was a murderer named Tookie
He was big, he was bad, he was spookie
Sad when I learned
He wont be interned
I was hoping hed become earth worm dookie
The line I dont believe Stan did it drew wild applause in the parking lot.
Ok, so I got a little creative....
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