A Hollywood Comedy Writer Moves to New England and Becomes a Postman … First, The Black Panther Phenomenon, Teen Voices Drive Gun Dialogue and Fergie Sings the National Anthem

Mark weighs in on the perils of expectations when it comes to movies, entertainment and life in general.
Michael Shure comes through for THE FAST 15.  Michael has just come from visiting the Charles M. Schulz museum and playing ice hockey on Schulz’s rink.
The two talk about the gun debate being driven by teenagers, many of whom experienced the horror in Parkland, Fla.
Fergie sings the national anthem and stirs up controversy and Mark and Michael make a point about the anthem and how often it’s played.
(the entire segment lasts until 25 minutes into show)
Then…
Comedy writer/producer Jon Ross joins by phone from Massachusetts and discusses his bold move from Hollywood to rural Massachusetts and his decision to make the move driving in an RV.
Jon also talks about getting his job as a postal delivery man and why it’s not as charming as we may think.
Mark weighs in on the perils of expectations when it comes to movies, entertainment and life in general.
Michael Shure comes through for THE FAST 15.  Michael has just come from visiting the Charles M. Schulz museum and playing ice hockey on Schulz’s rink.
The two talk about the gun debate being driven by teenagers, many of whom experienced the horror in Parkland, Fla.
Fergie sings that national anthem and stirs up controversy and Mark and Michael make a point about the anthem and how often it’s played.
(the segment goes for 25 minutes into show)
Then…
Comedy writer/producer Jon Ross joins by phone from Massachusetts and discusses his bold move from Hollywood to  Massachusetts and his decision to drive there in an RV.
Jon also talks about his job as a postal delivery man.
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