–We won’t be broadcasting Sunday because Bobby will be enjoying a birthday celebration with his family, so we’re going on-air late on a Saturday night. Bobby received a Bernie Sanders action figure from Jason, and they both just wish it talked.
–Conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos loses his CPAC speaking gig, big money book deal, and resigns from Breitbart after a year-old interview resurfaces showing him make questionable remarks about relationships between older men and “young boys.” Is this really the end of Milo?
–Remember Dr. Melba Ketchum? The veterinarian turned Bigfoot researcher? Recently she took to Facebook to show photos of Bigfoot in a tree at night. The thing is, it was most likely an owl! And going back through her Facebook posts over the last year, she is using human DNA evidence as proof-positive of Sasquatch. How does that work?
–Nonbelievers applaud when the Pope suggests that atheists are better than hypocritical Catholics. But is that really what he said? And isn’t “atheist” being used as the baseline for bad behavior in this scenario? Ah, screw it. This pope coddles child molesters, who is he to trash anyone?
–Heads explode when a local story involving an anti-Arab “hate crime” turns out to be anything but when police arrest a young man named Osama.
–NBA player Kyrie Irving set off a tweetstorm with his comments about the Earth being flat, and some within his circle are saying his opinion must be respected. No. While Kyrie may have just been trolling, the truth remains the same. People may deserve respect, but ridiculous beliefs do not.
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