The big controversy over the weekend was over Clippers' owner Donald Sterling's comments about black people. This story is just so sketchy. His girlfriend (who, btw, is being sued by his WIFE for all the gifts Donald gave the girlfriend) serves as his archiver... so the guy knew he was being recorded. Clearly, he just doesn't care. He's a known racist, so I'm sure he doesn't give a crap about his comments getting out there. You've likely already heard this ad nauseam, but if not, here's the audio of Donald asking his girlfriend not to bring black people to games or post photos with them on her Instagram.
We also got to our Monday staples, Masshole Theater and Inside The Simple Male Mind:
I realize people are itching to file a lawsuit over pretty much anything these days. But this is a new low. Back in 2012, a woman in Ontario, Canada named Sharlene Simon was driving her SUV down a dark road around 1:30 in the morning. And she hit three kids who were riding their bikes. One of them was a 17-year-old named Brandon Majewski, who was killed. And another kid suffered a broken pelvis. And now Sharlene is suing the dead boy's parents, because she says the ordeal has given her, quote, "depression, anxiety, irritability, and post-traumatic stress." And this is despite the fact that she was speeding when it happened. But she claims it was the kids' fault anyway. She's also suing the parents of the other two kids, as well as the county, because she says the road should have been maintained better. She's seeking a total of $1.2 million.
Krista Lamlin and Andrew Reilly of Valley Forge, Pennsylvania got married back in January. And during the wedding, they figured out neither of them knew one of the couples there . . . because they'd crashed the wedding. So the wedding planner threw the couple out. But when Krista was going through the photos last week, she found the wedding crashers had made a hell of an impact . . . and were all over the photos and the wedding video. She decided she needed to find them. And when you need to find someone in 2014 . . . you go to Facebook. So she posted the photos on Facebook, and found out who the wedding crashers were . . . because they reached out to apologize. They told her they were staying at the hotel where the wedding was, and were bored . . . so they decided to dress up and try crashing a wedding. Krista accepted their apology, and she didn't release their names. Here's the news report showing the crashers:
We were joined in studio by a former Miss Mantown this morning, who wanted to update us on all she's been doing with Playboy. Take a listen here:
Also on the show today:
Charity Pierce wants lap band surgery so she can dance at her wedding
Mother of the year candidate - baby found crawling in the street in Utah
It's not a hijacking... I'm drunk