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Playing Toxic Games -- PS3, X-box and Wii

YO!Radio Remixes the News

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Audio, Donnie Lumpkins and YO!Radio Crew//Produced by Malcolm Marshall Posted: Jun 06, 2008

This week on YO!Radio -- Mars lander leaves footprint on the red planet; twin separated at birth, sues hospital; the news makes young people tired and your X-box, Wii, and PS3 are toxic. ALSO: Do the youth really have power with no unity? Donny Lumpkins and Silvano Pontoniere are content producers and Malcolm Marshall is an editor at YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia.


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