Obama responds to racist remarks made by basketball team owner
In case you haven't heard, LA clippers owner, Don Sterling, allegedly said a few things that were…how do I put this…racist as fuck. In a recording obtained by TMZ, Sterling criticizes his girlfriend for “associating with black people”, referencing an Instagram photo she'd posted with Magic Johnson. He also goes on to tell his girlfriend not to bring black people to his games. You can listen to the original recording on TMZ. It's about 9 minutes long and one of the most fucked up things you’ll ever hear.
Many people have been pretty upset by this, including President Barack Obama. During a press conference in Malaysia, Obama called the remarks “incredibly offensive”. He continued by saying, “I don't think I have to interpret those statements for you. When ignorant folks want to advertise their ignorance, you don't have to do anything, just let them talk”. Sterling has yet to comment on the situation, but the recording is thought to be legitimate. Read article>>
Michelle Obama will no longer speak at a high school graduation
Michelle Obama was scheduled to speak at a high school graduation in Topeka, Kansas but will no longer do so due to a seating “controversy.” Apparently, Mrs. Obama's presence would mean fewer of the graduates' family members would be able to attend the event. Because of this concern, Mrs. Obama will instead speak on “senior recognition day,” or the day before the ceremony.
I don’t know about you guys, but I would’ve gladly made grandma wait out in the parking lot if it meant having a legit speaker at high school graduation. You know who spoke at my ceremony? An overly peppy girl who would not stop quoting Doctor Suess. “Oh, the places you will go”…I honestly could fall asleep just thinking about it. What I’m trying to say is, Topeka kids, you fucked up. Read article>>
Can police search your cell phone without a warrant?
Let's say Justin Bieber is arrested AGAIN for being barred out and drag racing in Miami (or something equally stupid), can police just go through his cell phone? I mean, obviously they’ll find a bunch of weird texts to Selena and shit, but is that legal? The Supreme Court will be hearing two cases this week in order to answer this question. It will be interesting to see how this turns out, but in the mean time, it might be good to change some of your contact names to be on the safe side. Having a contact labeled “Mike Weed Dealer” might be a little tip off to police, just saying. Read article>>