Once Upon a Time in Late Night Ep 3: Correspondent Mike Goes On Tour

Published on May 17, 2022

On this episode of Once Upon A Time in Late Night, Sam interviews correspondent Mike Brown. Late night and stand-up can have a lot of common ground and it turns out interacting with Juggalos is one of them!



  • Gabriel Maroto 11 months ago

    I love this!

  • Александр Петров 11 months ago

    La légende de FAMELAA.Uno snowquen’s est mon idole. C’est la personne que j’aspire à êtrez, c’est ma lumière du jour

  • wiz9496 11 months ago

    Greg Gutfeld rules!

  • alarcon99 11 months ago

    Jugz 4 life!

  • ʕ°ᴥ°ʔ 11 months ago

    Juggalos are the B E S T people bro 💐😍💕

  • New Message 11 months ago

    Does’ anyone have ‘the pleasure’ of visiting Beckley? Feels like the wrong word to describe a visit there…

  • Ryan Baker 11 months ago

    “The Decepticomics?” :::chef’s kiss:::

  • John Orosz 11 months ago

    Rioters blatantly and proudly hurled racial slurs against Capitol Police officers. Many waved the Confederate battle flag, long a symbol for southern states that supported slavery and those promoting post-Civil War racist policies. Gallows and nooses that recalled the lynchings of Black people appeared on and around the Capitol grounds — so many symbols of racial hatred that the Washington Post compiled a list of many that were witnessed that day. Taken together, they lead to one overarching conclusion: that the January 6 attacks had much to do with race in America.The problem is that many Americans, even those outraged by the Capitol assault, have not recognized this. But it cannot be ignored that a substantial number of white Americans fear becoming a minority. Research shows that many white evangelicals, for example, do not want to live in a religiously diverse country, identifying as Christian nationalists. A September survey by the Public Religion Research Institute found that roughly one-third of whites surveyed believe that God granted America a special role in human history and that patriotic violence may be necessary to save the nation. These striking statistics should be confronted as part of any efforts to understand why January 6 happened and how to prevent similar violence in the future.

    National leaders should also do more to help change the lives of Black people and other groups who have historically been oppressed by racism. Despite the rhetoric from the administration of President Joe Biden and some members of Congress, little has been done legislatively or through executive power to improve economic conditions, stem voter suppression, or address a growing push to study the issue of reparations and the history of slavery in the US. Politics and fear often stop leaders from confronting the disturbing truth about the divisions in the nation. But if US leaders are truly committed to protecting democracy, they need to be bold and swift to address systemic racism and enforce the right to equality that was so blatantly attacked on January

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  • batgurrl 11 months ago

    Loved it – I sing to myself in the shower.😂😂


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