Hosted by Luvia Petersen and Omari Newton

The VMR #2 – Oscar 2013 Rant

Omari Newton & Luvia Petersen

Omari Newton & Luvia Petersen

Hello VMR ‘ers.

Tune in to this special edition “Oscar Rant” we recorded days after the 2013 Oscars.  We apologize for the delay in sharing it with you but hey, life happens.

Thanks for listening! #BOOM

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4 responses

  1. Geb Sheru Geb

    I like your podcast, it is refreshing to hear people speaking without overt competitiveness or fear of losing their job. I have to admit that I really enjoyed that you only questioned and did not condemn the Oscar’s, McFarlane’s ‘boob’ song, the ‘c-word’ joke. I will co-operate with you in attempting to raise the vibration of Hollywood.

    March 21, 2013 at 1:12 am

  2. Gary Risner

    Great Oscars Rant podcast! It’s supposed to be the biggest night in Hollywood! There so many ways to get laughs! But as much as I like Seth myself! He went way over the line! Flat out it’s demeaning and incredibly inappropriate! This is really what you want to convey to draw a younger crowd to represent what is suppose to be the greatest night for the Hollywood Industry and the great achievements in film! Figure it out without having to it at expense of the actors and actresses that worked there asses off to get there! Just have to see what happens next year! Your both just the greatest! Your both awesome actors and I have such great respect for you both! Go Continuum! Go VMR!

    March 21, 2013 at 8:46 am

    • visibleminorityreport

      Thank you so much Grant! It means a lot that you listen to the podcast and get what we are trying to do 🙂

      Have a great day!

      Luvia & Omari

      March 21, 2013 at 6:16 pm

  3. gini

    i think you are both fantastic actors and really like what you are doing with this podcast, i was drawn to it as a member of multiple minorities. i just have to say that cows masticate (plants germinate) but i always find it difficult to understand the word esoteric just as you (on the spot) find it difficult with unambivalence. ambivalence is not just disinterest, but the state of being drawn in so many directions that no decision can easily be made, unambivalence is the complete absence of contradicting feelings. i just think they are both words that also highlight the difference between the entitled majority and minorities that you discuss as the start of the podcast.

    September 5, 2013 at 9:24 am

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