I missed most of the show, thanks to my kids, who became unruly and violent when we tried to put them to bed. When I got there Bone must have also been tired, because they were lip-synching. Still, they did have enough energy to invite women on stage to perform various types of strumpet mating dances. Unfortunately for the dancers most of Bone walked off, leaving them to grind on Uncle Boo, Lil' Chanucey, and various other hanger-ons. Anyway, that newish "More Than Thugs" song is catchy! And not just because they performed it twice.
It was really hard to not tell the interviewer that Tupac's character in Poetic Justice inspired me to pursue a career in dropping stuff off, but I held strong and got the job. I imagine there will be a story coming out of this, for better or worse.
As you'll see in the video, the teen was on his knees and had his hands up, but Phoenix Detective Kevin McGowan still gave him a Wrestlemania kick to the back, which sent him face first into the floor. On a related note, Arizona was one of the few Republican states to expand Medicaid through Obamacare, so hopefully the young man can get his grill fixed. Unless you're Danny Brown, missing teeth leads to a missing sex life. (ABC15)
You never know what hand Manny is gonna hit you with, and you never know what hand he's using to shoot his jumper. I think it's both, like in the days of pre-integration NBA. Wait, is he actually shooting with his fists?
I understand the reporter's anger when it comes to a shady tow truck driver. She just needs to change her target. A lot of those guys will lurk, hoping you walk over to a neighboring business while parked in the lot of another business. They'll have your car rigged up in two minutes and demand half the tow fee in cash to put it back down--like it's really their shit! It's a scam of megachurch proportions. From The Washington Post:
ESPN has suspended reporter Britt McHenry following the release of video in which she berates a towing company employee after her car was towed from a lot in suburban Washington, D.C. The video shows an exchange between a woman and a person off-screen. McHenry dishes out several disparaging remarks to the person on duty, clearly upset about the fact that her car was towed...
The company involved, Advanced Towing, is no stranger to controversy. According to ARLnow.com, incidents of inappropriate towings are numerous. One man’s car was towed with his kids inside. Another woman’s car was hauled off with her dog inside. In some cases, trucks have been towed while their drivers made deliveries.
Walking around with a big ass gun may seem strange to Americans that live in civilized parts of the country, but in Arizona it's not much different than walking around with a cell phone. To be fair, the suspect had apparently stolen the gun from Walmart and was shooting and threatening to kill himself. Well, that and the cop is probably a big fan of Grand Theft Auto. Dude somehow survived. (CBS)
This one's not quite as memorable as the Wu-Snoop classic "Conditioner," but it's still one of favorite songs of the past two weeks (Radiohead's acoustic version of "Creep" is number one. Hey, it's new to me.) Plus, two of my three kids nodded their heads to Scoop Deville's beat. Raekwon's next album, Fly International Luxurious Art (F.I.L.A.), comes out April 28.