Category: J-Mac

Episode 89 – World Series + Minor League Realignment

J-Mac and Ben Baseball are BACK to talk WORLD SERIES! The Astros will take on the underdog Nationals in an exciting matchup! J-Mac is excited to see Houston come out on top while Ben Baseball pulls for the Nats to earn their first World Series ring! The guys discuss minor league realignment and the newest

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Sinister Student Hacks School System Server For Water Gun Fight

DOWNINGTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — A student prank went too far after personal information belonging to dozens of students was hacked. The data breach was first detected at the Downingtown Area School District last week. https://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2019/10/18/downingtown-area-school-district-data-breach-hacked-student-water-gun-fight/ Officials say a student used coding methods to gain access to a student portal called Naviance. The website helps students

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Episode 55 – NBA China Dispute

J-Mac and Josh VG are talkin’ the China/NBA debacle! This is a special episode on this and this only! Click Below to Listen! Apple iTunes (iOS) Google Play Store (Android) Spotify Computer We want to hear from you! Leave us a voicemail at 972-885-9361! Twitter: @onthebreakpod Instagram: @sensiblyloud Facebook: Sensibly Loud Media Hosts: Josh VG, J-Mac

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Episode 49 – Haunted House Review + El Camino Review + Halloween/Scary Movie Memories

The guys are joined in studio by the one and only J-Mac! MtnKarl catches the guys up on the hilarious bachelor party events he is still recovering from, then B-Eazy gives his full review of his experience at Fort Worth’s infamous Cutting Edge haunted house. J-Mac talks Halloween movies and childhood memories of each. B-Eazy

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The Los Angeles Angels Failed To Report Drug Use by Multiple Players

During a Saturday filled with college football and MLB Postseason games, a shocking report dropped from Outside The Lines at ESPN, involving the death of Tyler Skaggs, an Angels pitcher who passed away due to a lethal combination of oxycodone, fentanyl, and alcohol back in July.  “A public relations employee for the Los Angeles Angels told

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