In The News 7/4/12

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US approves first take-home HIV test » usatoday

Dwight Howard needs quiet time » espn

Andy Griffith, Mayberry Sheriff, Lawyer Matlock, Dies at 86 » latimes

Megaupload Founder Goes From Arrest to Cult Hero » nytimes

More Google goodbyes as iGoogle, Google Video, and others are shutdown » digitaltrends

Rhymefest Explains Rant Against Chief Keef & Interscope Records » hiphopdx

Gunplay Signs To Def Jam » rapradar

How Anonymous Picks Targets, Attacks, and Takes Powerful Organizations Down » wired

Facebook adds new icons which depict Gay same sex married couples » huffingtonpost

Nearly 1 in 4 teens has ‘sexted’ nude pictures, study says » latimes

How to protect your son from sexual abuse » thegrio

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One comment on “In The News 7/4/12

  1. markdub7 says:

    I’m glad that they have finally made an over-the-counter HIV test. What did Common day? “Knowing your status is beautiful.”

    I concur w/the article. Dwight isn’t helping himself at all when he waffles on whether or not he wants to be traded. If I was the new GM I would certainly be moving his ass somewhere as his very presence annoys the shit outta me. Don’t send him to New Orleans; we don’t want or need him or his inflated sense of worth.

    RIP Andy Griffith.

    It’s kinda hard to feel sorry for a guy who is complaining about how harshly the cops are treating him when he’s living in a $24 million mansionI’m glad that they have finally made an over-the-counter HIV test. What did Common day? “Knowing your status is beautiful.”

    I concur w/the article. Dwight isn’t helping himself at all when he waffles on whether or not he wants to be traded. If I was the new GM I would certainly be moving his ass somewhere as his very presence annoys the shit outta me. Don’t send him to New Orleans; we don’t want or need him or his inflated sense of worth.

    RIP Andy Griffith.

    It’s kind of hard to feel sorry for guy when he complains about how harshly the cops treat him and yet he lives in a $24 million mansion.

    I agree with Rhymefest 100%. We get the same thing here in Baton Rouge. The only artists that get any play here are Boosie and his cohorts. As a result the streets are riddled with Boosie clones trying to live the life that he portrays on his songs. I hold radio responsible for playing only that type of hip hop music in Baton Rouge.

    I love the article about protecting sons. I am not casual about who my son spends time with. Everyone gets vetted like they are running for president. Better even. We have to protect our children at all costs.

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