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I imagine that, among the reasons that victims fear complaining about sexual harassment, is that spotlight may shine a little too brightly on them.
For example, when a plaintiff in a Title VII case claims emotional distress from sexual harassment, the source(s) of that pain will be under the microscope. Questioning on this issue could spill into the plaintiff’s social media activities.
But how far will a court allow this to go? Continue reading
Later this week, on November 17, Netflix releases Marvel’s The Punisher. If you’ve
dorked out gotten culture with any of The Defenders series, then, like me, you’ve been chomping at the bit for this release. But, if you need some enticement, check out the official trailer for Marvel’s The Punisher. It opens with Frank Castle as an early contender for Father Of the Year, teaching his kid Metallica on an acoustic guitar. Seconds later, Castle’s entire family is dead and he’s talking about infiltrating a covert CIA operation. And, at the 1:22 mark of the trailer, we have this exchange between Frank Castle and a sidekick:
Sidekick: You and me, we want the same thing. So, work with me.
Frank Castle: On one condition. I’m gonna kill ’em all.
Sidekick: Yeah, I can live with that.
Dammit, Netflix! Stop twisting my arm! Cause, it hurts so good.
***blows smoke and starts chewing bubble gum cigarette***
Now, if you’re going to circle one other date on the calendar, may I suggest December 7? Yep, I’ve buried the lede long enough. Continue reading
Juli Briskman was out riding her bicycle when she was passed on the road by Donald Trump’s motorcade. So, she showed ’em the middle finger.
And, it was at that precise moment that a White House photographer traveling with the president as he left one of his golf courses happened to catch the one-finger salute on film. Ms. Briskman a viral star on social media.
Who knew that she would lose her job for it so quickly? Continue reading
A few years ago, former ESPN personality Bill Simmons found that out the hard way. He was suspended by the network for his incendiary comments on his podcast about the NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
And yesterday, ESPN SportsCenter anchor Jemele Hill learned a hard lesson about online accountability too. Continue reading