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My Little Pony Bullying, Are Celebrities Opinions Important, And Tigers Athletics Vs. Academics?

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Here today are Mandy Morgan and Mike Montana from 104.5 WRVR The River, and CJ Lusk from 107.5 The Q.

A North Carolina boy says he's being bullied, for carrying a 'My Little Pony' bag, other students told him Pony products, are for girls.

Now the school won't let him bring the bag anymore!

School officials say it's a trigger for bullying.

His mom says that is flawed logic comparing it to women being told a short skirt, is a trigger for rape.

Jenny McCarthy is back in the headlines, for her outspokenness against many vaccines for children.

She believes that may be what caused her son to develop Autism.

A small study backed up that belief, but was later retracted for major flaws.

Still it's raising the question, do celebrities belong in this debate, or really, any debate of such a serious nature?

Hate running into people you don't like?

Well, there's an APP for that.

It's being called an anti-social network.

Cloak rounds up locations of people you follow on Foursquare and Instagram, by tracking their posts, to help you avoid running into them.

Has it really come to this?

Would you use it?

And it's Memphis Madness in the mid-south as the Tigers get ready for tournament play this week.

But they're already in the final four in one bracket, academics!

The website Inside Higher Ed picked winners based on academic progress rate.

Memphis takes down George Washington, Virginia, Michigan State and Villanova to make the Final Four.

Kansas came in number 1.

Will Memphis do this well on the court though?









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