Don’t believe the hype. All this time Republican nominee Donald Trump got stumped by Ted Cruz! The soar loser Donald has not tweeted a word to congratulate Mr. Cruz. This is what he gets for missing a debate!
As you may have heard, Lamar Odom is brain dead. Former NBA player and ex-husband of reality TV star Khloe Kardashian per CNN. Then they call him a reality TV star who was found unconscious at brothel.
Kim and Kris rushed to his bedside with a camera crew. Disrespectful.
A bunch of hoes was with him. Disrespectful.
He had 8 eight balls. Insane.
Track marks to show signs of heroine abuse. Addiction is real.
As we already know he was troubled before Khloe so there is no curse. Yet maybe there is a curse as she may inherit his $5o million dollars, not his children because he has no will.
He was born to a drug addicted father, he was raised by his grandmother after his mother passed away from colon cancer. His six-month-old son died from SIDS in 2006, and in 2011, while returning to New York for a cousin’s funeral, he was a passenger in a car accident that killed a 15-year-old boy. He’s long battled substance abuse problems, including at least one reported rehab stint. “Life is so fragile,” Odom told the New York Times in 2006. “I’ve got so much to live for.”
Taraji P. Henson would like her fans to stop sending her cookies because of course, Empire.
45 year old Taraji also stated during her Jimmy Kimmel appearance that Michelle Obama invited her to a White House state dinner. She was unable to attend due to her work schedule.
Three members of the Harvard University debate team competed against three inmates who were convicted of violent crimes. The inmates won the debate, proof that prison isn’t always the end of the line for some people.
The inmates, who are held at the Eastern New York Correctional Facility in the Catskills, are part of the Bard Prison Initiative, which offers higher learning to inmates. The three men are serving prison terms for manslaughter.
Inmates are prohibited from using the internet for research in preparation for such debates, and the Harvard team was stunned by how well-prepared the inmate team was. Judge Mary Nugent took special note of the inmate team’s performance. She said it might seem tempting to favor the prisoners’ team, but the three judges have to justify their votes to each other based on specific rules and standards. “We’re all human,” Nugent said. “I don’t think we can ever judge devoid of context or where we are, but the idea they would win out of sympathy is playing into pretty misguided ideas about inmates. Their academic ability is impressive.”
The prison team had its first debate in spring 2014, beating the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. Then, it won against a nationally ranked team from the University of Vermont, and in April lost a rematch against West Point.
Nugent also said that society at large tends to have a pretty condescending attitude towards prisoners. It’s easy to think that just because someone is incarcerated that they have no value. The inmate debate team from Eastern New York proved otherwise.