Sex Ed Podcast: ICMYI, there’s a new limited podcast series airing soon

Hey, it’s your resident new-ish jock on the block from the studios of the
Evolution 1079 Network!

I’m launching a new podcast called Sex Ed and it will be showcasing how regular people aka non-Hollywood people have sex… yeah like authentic sex.

Because isn’t it different for everyone?

It’s not just the attraction-penetration-orgasm-boom-done.


Hell, if it was that easy then there would be no sex therapists or fear of intimacy, etc, right?

Wanna know what this limited podcast series is really gonna be about?

Search no further– listen to this pre-pilot episode to learn more about it!

Wanna share your unique sexperiences, or questions? Fill out this SEX ED LETTERS FORM.

And yes, you may remain anonymous.

Anyway, if you have questions, comment below or shoot me a DM on our Instagram @evolution1079.

It’s 2022, sheeple! Let’s talk about the real deal.

Okay, Google: Play Let’s talk about Sex by Salt-N-Pepa!

K ttyl! ✌️

– Camille 👑


New Music Now Podcast – Camille Paterno feat. SUGARFUNGUS band

Meet the SUGARFUNGUS band– an emerging indie + electronic / dream pop band from Vancouver, BC that started at the beginning of the pandemic and who’s just been featured on Spotify’s Fresh Finds last month!

If you want sweet and groovy, then it’s time to listen to the SUGARFUNGUS band. Their new EP is out: January 26, 2022! Don’t miss out.

Insta: @sugarfungusband

Atlanta Braves got the big W at the World Series but the Jays might be feeling blue

(Atlanta Braves/CNBC)

It’s official: the Braves have now won a total of four World Series titles!

The first one was in 1914, then in 1957, and the last one was in 1995.

But wait, drum roll please… 2021 is now part of their roster.

Late Tuesday night, the team won the title after beating the Houston Astros 7-0 in Game 6 at the Minute Maid Park.

Today, ATL had a two-stage parade to celebrate their win for the first time in 26 years and the Braves were cheered on by hundreds of thousands of their loyal fans. Some of the schools were even closed so the students can party and get with the rest of Atlanta. They even had a free concert featuring Atlanta rappers, Ludacris and Big Boi.

They deserve it, obvi!

The team’s general manager, Alex Anthopoulos, however, was unable to attend Game 6 because he tested positive for COVID-19. But he spoke at the ceremony from his suite and said, “Flags fly forever, 2021 will fly forever!”

I think that this news is a bit bittersweet for the Toronto Blue Jays though since Alex Anthopoulos got the last laugh in the end. Six years after walking away from the team, he became the first Canadian general manager to win the World Series. No doubt that his spot in the record books is forever secure after this momentous achievement.

Anthopoulos’ big trade deadline push was definitely a good move. Eddie Rosario and Jorge Soler, as well as Adam Duvall whom they acquired just a couple of weeks before the match has proven to be the key players that brought about this year’s win.

I guess we’ll never really know what could have been if Alex Anthopoulos never left the Toronto Blue Jays. But that’s okay, we just gotta fly and move on. Soar high, Blue Jays!

And congratulations to the Atlanta Braves!

Are trading cards the new stocks?

I don’t know about you, but I recently learned about how you can get crazy money in sports cards trading. Like an insane amount of money for a simple piece of card.

Okay, okay, before the traders hate on me—yes, I know it’s not just a simple card.

But like, you know what I mean, right? It’s an actual piece of card.

Trading cards or collectible cards are those small cards that are usually made from paperboard or thick paper. They usually contain an image of a certain person, character, place, or thing that are either fictional or not, and it includes a short description of the image along with other texts i.e., superpowers, stats, trivia, etc. There’s a wide variety of different types of cards.

There are also different card conditions, and I got the impression that most of the card’s value depends on it. I guess unless of course, the card is very rare or one-of-a-kind.

I learned about all this from one of my friends. She and her boyfriend go to trading expos and events, and they just collect and trade sports cards. The price tags on these trading cards are ridiculous. It can amount from $300,000 to $15M, maybe even more. But it’s also like stocks, it appreciates and depreciates so, I’m assuming that you gotta be tactical about it.

Until now, I’m gobsmacked about how these pieces of cards can be $77 when you bought them and be $300,000 in a few years.

“Uh, sorry, what did you just say? I think I hallucinated and thought you said $300,000.”


It’s mind-blowing.

You can find out more about it here. This kind of sums it all up.

(Trading Cards Info/YouTube)

After watching this video, I’m not gonna lie—I am so tempted in collecting and trading cards.

I’m kinda bummed that I donated other cards that I had because—as what my mom used to tell me– they’re just dust collectors.

We could’ve been $15 M richer now, mom.

That’s on you… just kidding. Love you, mom.

BTW, there’s a card show in Toronto next weekend, so if you wanna go—you can get your tickets here.

Canucks are back on the ice with the Predators tomorrow, Diwali style

Okay, so earlier this week I said that the Canucks were in a slump of 3-0.

But J.T. Miller scored his second goal of the game at 2:22 of overtime, and the Vancouver Canucks rallied for a 3-2 win against the New York Rangers at the Rogers Arena that Tuesday night. It’s awesome!

Tomorrow, the team is back for another match and this time, it’s against the Nashville Predators.

While the team does their warm-up, you can expect them to wear special made and limited-edition jerseys designed by BC artist Jag Nagra to celebrate Diwali. It features the Canucks logo which is a “stick in rink” embroidered with a blend of vibrant colours and images of the festival of lights, including a diya (clay lamp), fireworks, the lotus flower, and mustard plants.

(Canucks Diwali Jersey/Global News)

As you know: Diwali is the 5-day festival of lights celebrated by millions of Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, and some Buddhists. It’s a huge part of South Asian culture and it started today!

The fans at Friday’s game will be treated to several amazing performances by one of the world’s biggest Punjabi music producers called Intense. They will be accompanied by Vancity Bhangra dancers and Beats By Dhol drummers.

But wait, there’s more!

The game will also show performances in a Diwali Plaza outside the arena showcasing DJs, and a Vancouver-based singer, Jugpreet Bajwa, who will be leading the national anthem.

If that isn’t enough, the team’s Canucks for Kids Fund will also donate $20,000 to a Sikh organization providing food in the Downtown Eastside called Nanak’s Free Kitchen, as well as the Kids Play Foundation, which engages youth through sport.

Now, if that doesn’t excite you, I don’t know what will!

As for me, I absolutely excited to see how this is going to turn out and I’m really hoping that we take this one home.

Tomorrow’s game is at 7 PM PST so get your game on—Diwali style!

Happy Diwali and…say it with me:


Ike Ugbo commits to play for Canada

(Ike Ugbo/CBC)

A 23-year-old youth international striker from London has committed to play soccer for Canada.

Ugbo will be with the team for the CONCACAF World Cup qualifying matches against Mexico and Costa Rica on November 12 and November 16 in Edmonton.

Ike Ugbo joined Chelsea’s academy at the under-10 level when he returned to England and he played youth soccer at Brampton East SC and Woodbridge Strikers. The young soccer athlete is also a two-time UEFA Youth League winner with Chelsea FC (2014-15 and 2015-16) and was an awesome scorer in assisting the Blues to win a series of national Youth Cups. More recently, he played club football for KRC Genk in Belgium.

In the 2017-18 season, Ugbo was on loan at the Championship club in Barnsley. He returned to Chelsea in January of 2018 having made 18 appearances in the Yorkshire club. He then went out on loan to MK Dons in League One, scoring twice in 17 games.

He joined League One with the Scunthorpe United with one goal in 14 appearances in August of 2018 and the year after that, he was loaned to Roda JC in the Dutch second tier where he scored 13 goals in 28 matches.

In August 2020, Ugbo moved to Belgium’s Cercle Brugge on loan and scored 18 goals in 30 games before making permanently moving to KRC Genk. For this season, he has four goals in 12 matches across all competitions.

Ugbo is the newest player to switch national associations to carry the Canadian colours. Since 2018, other players who have switched allegiance include Ayo Akinola, Theo Corbeanu, Stephen Eustaquio, Ricardo Ferreira, Cristian Gutierrez, Frank Sturing, and David Wotherspoon.

Bienvenue, Ike Ugbo!

Tottenham Hotspurs have appointed Antonio Conte as new manager


After being in charge of 17 matches, the Spurs sacked their now-ex manager Nuno Espirito Santo.

After an abysmal run of results for the team since the start of the 2021-22 campaign, including their 3-0 defeat versus Manchester United in which they failed to record a shot on target, it seemed like the team had no other choice but to.

It was unfortunate to see that even Nuno was booed by his own fans!

In total, Spurs won eight of Nuno’s 17 games as manager.

Some say that it appears a little premature for the Tottenham Hotspurs to let him go on Monday after just 17 games and exactly 4 months in the job—and replace him the very next day.

But, I guess, it is what is. If you don’t garner amazing results… then “you’re the weakest link. Goodbye!”

So, what now?

Tottenham appointed former Chelsea, Juventus, and Inter Milan coach, Antonio Conte. Apparently, he was also approached to take over the team ahead of the 2021-22 campaign before Nuno was appointed.

To refresh your mind, Conte, who is now 52, was the one who guided Chelsea to the 2016-17 Premier League title and the FA Cup, the following season. He has signed an 18-month deal with an option to extend on Tuesday.

Antonio Conte left Inter thru mutual consent in May, which is just three weeks after leading the club to a first Series A title in 11 years, adding to the three Italian league titles he claimed with Juventus between 2011 and 2014.

In his first interview since being appointed, the newly selected coach told Spurs TV, “My coaching philosophy is very simple—to play good and attractive football for our fans. To have a stable team, not up and down.”

So, honestly, I think it’s fair to assume that the Spurs might now have a better fighting chance.