You Said It…
By Souleo. LeBron James effectively ends any chance of the Cleveland Cavaliers winning a championship by choosing to join the Miami Heat; Lindsay Lohan will soon be sitting pretty behind bars; Lindsay Lohan forces a private jet to make an emergency landing; yet another innocent Black man is murdered and why checking out at the grocery store may soon require a breathalyzer test. It's all here in this week's round-up. Check it.
LeBron James Breaks Dan Gibson's
Cleveland Cavaliers owner, Dan Gibson's open letter blasting LeBron James for his decision to play with the Miami Heat has everyone weighing in on their beef. According to the funny commenter below it seems that Dan is suffering from an emotional one night stand rather than the loss of a team member.
"This Nicca sounds like LeBron went up in that ass last night woke up this morning without even so mucha s a good-bye..Can somebody please tell this lame O that he's sounds truly btch-made?"
Lindsay Lohan Jail
Few thought it would actually happen-with celebrities regularly getting special treatment-but Lindsay Lohan has been sentenced to 90 days of jail. While many commented on her sentencing, her painted fingernail that read "F**K U" and the judge's firmness I couldn't help but laugh at this reading of Lindsay's lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, who has since resigned from the case.
"The lawyer isn't even looking at her. It's more like she's saying, "Quit yer whining. You dug this hole. I'm ready to clock out of this bitch and chillax with a super stiff martini. You're wearing on my nerves!"
Commenter: Master Blaster
Dave Chapelle's Poop is Special
After Dave Chapelle's allegedly "erratic behavior," forced a private jet to make an emergency landing his reps blamed a bad stomach ache for the drama. According to his reps the bathroom on the plane was "not the kind he needed." If that is the truth-which I highly doubt-then this commenter just may be right on the money since obviously Dave can't poop unless he has special accommodations.
"The bathroom was "not the kind he needed"? What the f*ck does that mean? He can't poop unless he's 10 feet in the air, hanging upside down?"
Is the No Snitching Policy just as Bad as Police Brutality?
The shooting death of Oscar Grant, an unarmed African-American, on New Year's Day in 2009 by a former BART officer in Oakland has the topic of police brutality once again in the headlines. While the officer was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter yesterday afternoon the commenter below feels that justice won't be served until we stop ignoring the violence perpetuated by our own community members.
"...I'm not making light of what happen to the young man...But where is the outrage that should reach epic proportions for our own killing one another. This type of behavior is ignored mostly by our communities. Why do we give our own a free pass to commit murder without a second thought...RIP Oscar"
The End of the World as We Know it?
With nightclubs in Barcelona requiring a Verichip implant to access their VIP areas and Mexico's attorney general and 160 of his staff members being implanted with tracker chips, there is no question that technology is changing the world. Recently the state government of Pennsylvania launched trials for a new system where consumers are forced to scan their ID, perform a breathalyzer test and stare into a surveillance camera before a government employee approves their purchase. While some find the system a convenient shopping experience others, like the commenter below worry that this may soon mean the end of privacy and freedom as we know it.
"'Government' or 'Power Elite' all-out-control of human activity for the sake of 'SAFETY' will over-ride and predominate above and beyond any and all considerations and aspects of human life. So people then may become 'safe' however they then will become completely enslaved to that which gives and provides them this 'safety.'
All this stuff is conditioning people to turn into 'lady gaga' robots."