Nope, I can't be.
Here's some choice cuts from Cam'ron that I've stolen from Nah Right:
On whether or not he would rat out a serial killer in his neighborhood:
"If I knew the serial killer was living next door to me? I wouldn’t call and tell anybody on him — but I’d probably move. But I’m not going to call and be like, ‘The serial killer’s in 4E.’ "
In response to Anderson Cooper’s assertion that he would like to see someone who assaulted him arrested:"But then again, you’re not going to be on the stage tonight in the middle of, say, Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, with people with gold and platinum teeth and dreadlocks jumping up and down singing your songs, either. We’re in two different lines of business."
Now, I'm not saying I'm in favor of withholding cooperation with the police, but I love the explicit and implicit condemnation of this train of thought by Gloria Vanderbilt's kid. Clearly, he's someone with a stake in all of this.
And let's face it - some communities are less well-served by the police than others and may have reason to distrust them. Case in point: this report aired exactly 1 week before the 15th anniversary of the Rodney King verdict.
The best part is the fake trailer for 'Machete' starring Danny Trejo, or, as I like to call him, Edward James Almost*.
*Yes, I have been saving that joke for 6 months. You're welcome.
Nice work, this month's Playboy. Now my boner is as dead as she is.
In fact, I think I'll throw out all of my Eleanor Roosevelt porn, too.
One of the phone monkeys has a giant piece of paper taped to her monitor that reads, "Forgive them, Lord, for they know not what they do."
I know that working a customer service job sucks, but this seems a little grandiose. Let's keep in mind that the last guy to say that was being nailed to a fucking tree.