Another week, another SEC College GameDay location. This turnout was a bit depressed due to rain, so your choices are... suspect.
When CNN wrote the worst Kurt Cobain lede ever, we figured that they had done something on which they couldn't improve. Here, though, is a long article ("Can This KKK Leader Rebrand?") from the once-respected news organization suggesting that the true victims of the recent Overland Park shootings may actually have…
On Sunday, Radhames Liz, a pitcher for the LG Twins in the KBO, hit Bae Young-seop in the head. Young-seop was taken away in an ambulance. Liz went on to retire the side on three strikeouts. Three Ks as it were. The next day an incredibly racist comic strip, by cartoonist Bounce Kim, was published on nate.com.
NBA legend Patrick Ewing went on the Dan Patrick Show this morning to talk about his new position as an assistant coach for the Charlotte Bobcats, and the conversation eventually turned to reminiscing about Ewing's college days. In particular, Patrick wanted to know exactly why Ewing chose to attend Georgetown…
And that was the better response from a school administrator. Someone is either very handy with the Photoshop and committed to making North Dakota-area high schoolers look bad, or there are some extreeemely intolerant and/or stupid North Dakota-area high schoolers. From The Grand Forks Herald:
Father's Day is coming up. What do you get for the man who has everything and hates everyone?
Luke Scott's fungo bat This 1936 Ku Klux Klan baseball bat.
"Swimmingly" means "completely embarrassing for white power morons," correct? Then yes, it went "swimmingly." The KKK's hour-long protest against tolerance and common sense lasted about 10 minutes before the hooded wonders were booed off Mississippi's campus.
Booted from his fraternity, Michael Hudec will finally have an organization on campus that cottons to his beliefs. That's right: the KKK is coming to Ole Miss.
The KKK is getting more sophisticated. They've got public relations people, political candidates, and now...computer geeks planning to disrupt NFL games by jamming quarterbacks' helmet radios.