On this episode of The Unoffendable, we discuss Major League Baseball moving the All Star Game out of Georgia and get into how the media is fumbling this whole story. Coca Cola has now come out against the law. James and Mike talk about their review of Roe v. Wade and the feedback they got–they still recommend the move by Director Nick Loeb. Its now being said the AI will write movie scripts in the future, teacher has an issue with band aids and more books are removed.
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- MLB moving 2021 All-Star Game from Atlanta over Georgia voting law
Major League Baseball announced Friday that it is moving the 2021 All-Star Game out of Atlanta in response to a new Georgia law that has civil rights groups concerned about its potential to restrict voting access for people of color.
- (March 21) The poll, released on Wednesday by Rasmussen Reports, found that 75% believe photo identification should be presented before voting and that 69% of black voters support voter ID laws.
- 34 States already have some form of Voter ID anyway
- State Breakdown on Early Voting
- GA Voting Rights Myths
Rest of the Show
- Statement from James Quincey on Georgia Voting Legislation
James Quincey, Chairman and CEO, The Coca-Cola Company
- 2 killed after plane crashes in gender reveal gone awry
(NEXSTAR) – Two people died Tuesday after a gender reveal went awry, multiple outlets have reported. The gender reveal involved a small plane that was supposed to unveil the baby’s gender, but crashed into the ocean off Cancun, Mexico. According to local outlets, in cellphone video taken from a yacht off the coast of tourist hotspot Laguna Nichupte people can be heard yelling, “It’s a girl, it’s a girl!” before the crash.
- Move aside Spielberg! COMPUTERS could soon write film scripts by analysing popular movie tropes including ‘Dramatic Unmask’ and ‘Face Framed in Shadow’
The next blockbuster to grace cinema screens after lockdown could be written by a computer, according to the authors of a new study examining movie tropes. They discovered that big movies tend to stick to the same core tropes, with clusters of storytelling devices appearing repeatedly in the biggest films every year.
- Revealed: The EXACT number of friends you need to be successful – and why having too many can be just as bad as having none
A behavioural psychologist has revealed the exact number of friends you need to be successful – and why having too many can be just as bad as having none. British anthropologist and ‘mathematician of relationships’ Robin Dunbar believes we can only maintain a certain number of human connections at any one time. In his latest book, Friends: Understanding the Power of our Most Important Relationships, the 73-year-old dissects scientific research into human groups to determine that 150 is the ‘magic number’ needed for success.
- VIDEO: Teacher Complains that Band-Aids are Symbol of White Privilege
A woke woman who claims to be a school teacher posted a TikTok video accusing band-aids of being a symbol of white privilege.
- Scholastic pulls book by ‘Captain Underpants’ author Dav Pilkey with ‘harmful racial stereotypes’
Scholastic has pulled a book by “Captain Underpants” author Dav Pilkey that the publisher says “perpetuates passive racism.” “The Adventures of Ook and Gluk,” published in 2010, served as a spinoff of sorts from his popular “Captain Underpants” children’s series: The two main characters from “Underpants” are listed as the author and illustrator of the book, during which they sought to clear up “science facts” with a story about time-traveling cavemen who train at Master Wong’s School of Kung-Fu.