Mike Tyson appeared on a Sports Talk Show in Vegas this week and had some thoughts on the Sarah Palin - Glen Rice affair.
Leave it to Tyson to give his take in the most raw manner possible. He didn't disappoint when he editoriallized that Rice is to docile of a human being to actually be with Palin. Tyson's vote to be with Palin was Dennis Rodman who would show her what it meant to be with a black man.
Check out the audio and becareful, it may not be appropriate in mixed company.
According to the National Enquirer Sarah Palin had a one night stand with former Michigan star Glen Rice in 1987 while he was playing for Michigan in the Great Alaskan Shootout.
Here is more from the Enquirer:
In a bombshell NATIONAL ENQUIRER world exclusive, the new issue of The ENQUIRER hitting newsstands today breaks major news on SARAH PALIN and her husband TODD, according to a new book.
Publishing sources familiar with the contents of author Joe McGinniss’ highly-anticipated book “The Rogue: Searching for the Real Sarah Palin” have revealed shocking secrets that will impact her decision to enter the 2012 presidential race.
In the book, which will be published on September 20th, McGinniss claims Sarah had a steamy interracial hookup with basketball stud GLEN RICE less than a year before she eloped with her husband Todd.
Sarah hooked up with the NBA great, then a 6-foot-8 junior at the University of Michigan when he was playing in a college basketball tournament in Alaska in 1987, the book says. At the time, Sarah, just out of college, was working as a sports reporter for the Anchorage TV station KTUU.
A publishing source told The ENQUIRER that McGinniss claims Sarah had a “fetish” for black men at the time and he quotes a friend as saying Sarah had “hauled (Rice’s) ass down.”
A source unrelated to the book told The ENQUIRER, Todd was very much in the picture at the time and the couple married just nine months later.
In the book, McGinniss quotes Rice as confirming the one-night stand.
According to the publishing source, McGinniss confirms an ENQUIRER exclusive – published in our Oct. 6, 2008 print issue – that Sarah carried on an extramarital affair with Todd’s business partner Brad Hanson, and Todd dissolved their snowmobile dealership after he learned about the affair.McGinniss writes in the book that the affair lasted six months and he fuels rumors that the couple’s marriage has been on the rocks for decades.
In another bombshell, the publishing source says, McGinniss writes that both Sarah and Todd dabbled in cocaine use. “The Rogue” claims that before Palin became Alaska governor she was seen snorting cocaine off an overturned 55-gallon oil drum while snowmobiling with pals.
I took the kids and Nicole to see Rascal Flatts last night at The Verizon Wireless Music enter in Indianapolis. We had an opportunity to go back stage and meet the band. Noah spiked his hair so he would look like Gary LeVox from the band and Gary and Joe Don noticed it and told him how much they liked his hair. We had a great time and the band sounded great.
The "slutty librarian" really needs to realize that enough is enough regarding the David Letterman controversy. You know I think he was an ass, but calling for his job and trying to get the guy fired is just a crock and she knows it.
I agree that his joke wasn't about rape, but it was still just mean spirited and not funny. If he didn't understand that Governor Palin was at the game with her 14 year old daughter, I can understand that, but he should have made certain his joke was aimed at the adult daughter and not the teenager.
Palin is taking this thing too far and who could blame her, she's been the subject of some nasty commentary and is surly enjoying the payback, but enough is enough, we get it.
It is also being reported that Embassy Suites, part of the Hilton hotel chain has pulled advertising from CBS because of the joke. Are you kidding me? There is no bigger embarrassment to the Hilton name than Paris, why worry about a couple of negative calls over Letterman's joke.
Recently I received one of those cheesy little messages on Facebook to take a movie quiz or something stupid and like a good sheep I filled it out to test my movie knowledge. At the end of the quiz I was asked for my cell phone number so they could "text" me the results of my quiz. I wasn't even thinking, I put my number in and waited for my results. Time passed and nothingg, no results, no nothin'. I'd forgotten about the quiz and didn't think about it again until I got a text message yesterday with "movie trivia." I thought, hmmmm....how did that happen. I immediately hit "reply" and typed in "stop." I got a confirmation that I was unsubscribed and I moved on. The very next day I got ANOTHER movie trivia quiz, I was pissed. I called the number on the text message and asked them how they got my number and they said "you opted in," likely through facebook. I then asked how much these text messages were costing me and he said $4.00. I hit the roof. I told the guy, "unsubscribe me right now, this is very deceptive and if I see another text from your company, I'm hiring an attorney." The guy agreed to cancel my subscription and refund my money.
If you use facebook, I highly suggest you don't do the movie quizzes, the music applications or any third party applications. I don't think they are all scams, but there are some that are just looking for ways to rob you of your money. This type of stuff is so maddening because it isn't legit, do these people really think there is a market for "inspirations quotes" that cost $4 a text? This whole practice is nothing short of criminal.
I like facebook, it's a fascinating application. Who doesn't like to hook up with old friends? However, they need to keep these scam artists OUT or they will run the risk of losing people who really enjoy the web site.
These text message scammers are the 2009 equivalent of "Sports Phone." For those of you who don't remember Sports Phone it was a 900 number that you called back in the 70's and early 80's for real time updates on your favorite teams scores. I called that number almost everyday to see how the Tiger's did and when the bill came, my parents hit the roof. I'd racked up $150 in 900 calls just to get the Tiger's scores. I was a kid, I had no clue, I wasn't reading the fine print that flashed on TV.
So, the moral of the story, text messaging is the newest facebook scam, read ALL the fine print and never give out your cell number. Yes, I am a moron!
Over the last few weeks I have been getting notices from facebook that "so and so" had requested to be my friend or that there were messages for me at Facebook. I didn't think much of it as I had never started a facebook pages and don't even really check my old Myspace account. I was under the impression that facebook was for kids and I just never bothered to check it out.
I finally responded and check the site which somebody apparently made for me and decided the hi-jack the account. The person who started the account used my actual e-mail address so I just had it sent to me and changed it and now the account is mine. I don't know what the person who started my Facebooks page's intentions were but I am now firmly in control of my page.
I will admit, Facebook is a lot better than Myspace, I have never seen so many old radio friends in one place in my life, it has been great catching up with all the folks from my Detroit days.
I don't think I will ever be a facebook addict but I will check it out periodically just to make sure I'm staying in touch with old friends.
If you want to be "my friend," click the badge below and I will add you. You can also follow me on twitter is you are interested.