Even as a Lakers fan I think this is very extreme and unnecessary.
@jawnnutty, joking about L.A. coffee chain Alfred Coffee banning NBA forwards Kawhi Leonard and Paul George after they signed with the Clippers, not the Lakers, over the holiday. Many noted that Leonard, known for his awkwardness, probably wouldn’t care. Others said the chain’s (possibly joking) ban made no sense, since both the Clippers and Lakers are based in L.A.
Here we have another institution policing a black woman’s body.
@daydreamer3, defending Tisha Rowe after American Airlines allegedly threatened to remove her from a June 30 flight to Miami. Rowe, who was wearing a strapless romper, was told by a flight attendant that her outfit was “too revealing” and was asked to put a blanket around her waist to return to her seat.
For the record, I would like to reiterate that Bernie Marcus stepped down from Home Depot in 2002, which was 17 years ago. But go off, I guess.
@robbystarbuck, reacting to the outrage around Home Depot co-founder Bernie Marcus saying he would donate to President Trump’s reelection campaign. Though Marcus’ interview with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution primarily focused on his charitable efforts — he has donated an estimated $2 billion in his life — his side comment on Trump sparked talk of a boycott, though Marcus retired as chairman in 2002.
Here’s to Alcremie’s innocence, we hardly knew ye.
@JessicaClarkey, tweeting about the long-running series’ newest addition, cream Pokémon Alcremie. It was revealed Monday to immediate controversy. Many said Alcremie’s description (it produces whipped cream that “hardens [upon] impact”) was weirdly sexual. Others felt an urge to eat Alcremie, with @lizzylynngarcia joking, “Is it gluten-free?”