Photo by Tim Mossholder By now, I’m sure you’ve heard about the debacle involving ESPN reporter, Rachel Nichols. If not, you’ll probably hear more about it soon since it has now trended on Twitter for […]
Early in the day on Wednesday, February 5th, I got the news that Bill Simmons sold his podcast network, The Ringer, for an undisclosed amount. Now, if you have followed his work and podcast network […]
In the wake of Dave Chappelle’s comedy special, Sticks and Stones, we have all heard the phrase “lazy writing” being thrown around the internet. At first, I didn’t agree with it, but now I completely […]
This past Friday, I sat down with one of the biggest influencers in the valley, Podson of the Podson Radio Podcast. I picked his brain a bit to see who he believed are the Top […]
I know you may think this sounds ridiculous, but hear me out. What if the offensive photo published by H&M was a part of a bigger plan? What if the child in the photo and the product in the picture were paired on purpose? I mean, are we really supposed to believe that in 2018, no one in the marketing department, or in any leadership position, looked at this ad and thought that it might face heavy criticism?
If you woke up and jumped on Twitter today, you would have realized two things. First, you would have noticed that Donald Trump had gotten up earlier than all of us to tweet/retweet something divisive and, second, #ImNotRacist was trending on Twitter. I immediately thought #ImNotRacist was directly linked to Donald Trump, or was a disclaimer made by a public figure after saying something racist. Needless to say, I took the bait.
Being from Phoenix, I’ve always been an avid Arizona Cardinals fan. I still ride hard for them to this day, although this doesn’t appear to be our year. As a Cardinals fan, I used to strongly despise Colin Kaepernick. He began his career OWNING us, going 3-0 against the Cardinals until we fought back to close the gap (he’s currently 4-3 in his career vs. AZ).