: 1964 Malcolm X’s Speech at the Founding Rally of the Organization of Afro-American Unity

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Johnny is in hot water for putting the expectant father Roland's phone on mute. When Bob is discussing the situation with someone over the phone, Johnny guesses the context: Bob: I wouldn't say 'snake' Johnny: You know, I'm standing right here. David and Johnny have agreed to play for opposing baseball teams, but Johnny keeps coaching David to his teammate Roland's chagrin. Johnny: I'm just helping out my son, Roland.

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