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Los Angeles Clippers
That’s the second-most ever spent for a North American sports team, next to the $2.1 billion for the Dodgers.
Not many companies would be happy to make a buck off of and for Donald Sterling, the nation’s racist grandpa, but Bank of America definitely tops the list of those who say, professionally speaking, “We don’t give a fuck, as long as there’s a stack of paper waiting for us at the end of the road.”
The way he describes it reminds us of those recycled sex scenes from The Room. Try not to picture a sweaty Donald Sterling getting serviced on a bed of roses, after the jump…
The moral of the Donald Sterling story is “racism is horrific.” But “moral 1A” should be “don’t surround yourself with crazy dysmorphic people who have nothing to lose and everything to gain by taking you down.”
Who is this ball touching? WHO IS THIS BALL TOUCHING?! Look at the ball…is it touching someone? Yes, it’s touching the guy in white — so why didn’t the referees say it was off the guy in blue? Let’s discuss…