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“Forgive me, Chattanooga” after being asked about the controversy surrounding his performance, in which he dropped the f-bomb several times. “I meant no harm and, of course, we’re out to have some big fun, it’s like a big barbecue,” he said on the video.
So, apparently, Nike has a crystal ball.
Nike has created a pair of low-top sneakers for LeBron that actually say “2-Time Champion” on the right heel insert and “11-12 12-13” (referring to the seasons that LeBron’s Heat would presumably take the title) on the left insert.
It’s a pretty bold claim, but with Miami knotting things up last night, Nike may actually be right in their prediction.
Did he or didn't he? That is the question.took to Twitter early this morning to say that he didn't step on the American flag on purpose while shooting his latest , " Amerika," but not everyone is buying it.
Of course, those patriotic Americans familiar with the United States Flag Code know that Wayne violated the code on at least three counts — the flag shouldn't be used for advertising (which some would say the video is), it shouldn't touch the ground and shouldn't be stepped on.
Fans became polarized over the incident, with more than a few angrily tweeting the rapper:
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Perhaps a suddenly firearm-friendly President Obama can put in a good word for Jared Marcum. In April, Marcum, an eighth-grader at Logan Middle School in Logan, W. Va., was arrested when he refused to take off his NRA t-shirt. The New York Daily News reports:
The clothing kerfuffle began when Marcum wore a shirt bearing the NRA’s logo and a hunting rifle. As he stood in line in the cafeteria, a teacher ordered him to either change shirts or turn it inside out.
Marcum declined and was sent to the office, where an officer was dispatched after he again refused to comply with the school’s request.
Cops arrested him and charged him with disrupting the educational process and obstructing an officer.
Late last week Marcum “appeared before a judge and was officially charged with obstructing an officer,” reports Fox News. If convicted, he could face up to a $500 fine or a year in prison. He will be back in front of the judge on July 11 if his attorney cannot get the charge dismissed before then.
Those friendly, fuzzy Muppets from “Sesame Street” have helped kids open up about all sorts of serious subjects, from hunger and divorce to military deployment.
But they’re now tackling a much more unexpected issue: incarceration.
Meet Alex, the first Muppet to have a dad in jail. According to a Pew
That’s why the Sesame Workshop says it created the “Little Children, Big Challenges: Incarceration” initiative, an online tool kit intended to help kids with a parent in prison find support and comfort, and provide families with strategies and tips to talk to their children about incarceration.
Lil Wayne's new music video isn't out yet, but he's already found a way to offend a lot of people with it. Over the weekend, the rapper was shooting the video for his new song, "God Bless Amerika." (Who knew he was such a Kafka fan?) He begins by rapping in front of an American flag. During the shoot, the flag falls on the ground and Lil Wayne continues rapping, while walking and dancing on it. People are understandably pissed. The lyrics don't help either. "My country 'tis of thee / Sweet land of kill 'em all and let 'em die." Rhyming is really hard, you guys