Hey, look at me! I’m just an ordinary man (who happened to be president).Read More
Richard Jefferson wore a shirt that said ‘flat world champions’ on it because the Cavs are beautiful trolls
The shirt, folks, says FLAT WORLD CHAMPIONS on it. Now, if you missed the hullabaloo about the shape of the earth during All-Star Weekend, this shirt might not make much sense to you. To recap, briefly: Kyrie Irving said he believes the earth is flat. He later indicated that he doesn’t actually believe the earth is flat (which — I must say — I totally, 100 percent called), but his comments kicked off the best news cycle in at least three years.
Even the Huffington Post feels their evidence is so weak that the best exaggeration they can muster is “one of several factors that may have influenced.” Nice work there, champ. Boy, you really pulled out all the stops getting to the bottom of this one, didn’t you? I bet the next stop for you is the trash hea—I mean, Pulitzer, yeah, Pulitzer.Read More
Trump did not elaborate, but some social media users pointed to a Fox News report on Friday that showed alleged violence by refugees in Sweden.
Social media users quickly responded to Trump’s comments, using the hashtags #LastNightInSweden and #SwedenIncident to mock the president.
Ooh, boy, those are some serious sources you got there, The Hill. That’s some pretty profound insight from some well-researched experts. I’m impressed—and completely convinced. The recitation of pertinent facts is overwhelming.
”I don’t have a rivalry with Steph Curry,” the Cavaliers forward told reporters following Saturday’s All-Star practice session in New Orleans. , “There’s no way you can say, ‘Let’s talk about rivalries,’ and you say, ‘(Larry) Bird and Magic (Johnson). Carolina, Duke. Ohio State, Michigan,’ and then say ‘LeBron and Steph.’”
Um, yeah . . .
I already linked to Chris Long’s brilliant takedown of someone telling him he must stand in solidarity with his dark-skinned teammates who are boycotting the visit to the U.S. White House, because of its current resident.
He is back at it, dealing this time with some folks now upset with him for his decision to not visit the White House with his teammates who are making the visit. And his responses to critics on Twitter are just as brilliant as his previous response. It’s best if you read it for yourself.
That’s the new record President Donald Trump has set for the latest he’s stayed off Twitter on a weekday morning since Inauguration Day.
Monday, in fact, marked the first working day of his presidency when he hadn’t tweeted by 8:15 a.m.