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Bill Maher Uses N-Word on His Show; Twitter Explodes

Why is Bill Maher the worst?

Serious question.

He insists on making outrageous, offensive statements because … well, we don’t know why, exactly. We just know that it never, ever seems to stop.

Just last month Bill made an incest joke about Donald and Ivanka Trump, saying “When he’s about to nuke Finland or something, she’s gonna walk into the bedroom and — ‘Daddy, Daddy. Don’t do it, Daddy.'”

He then made a gesture indicating that she’d grab his penis to calm him down.

He also once compared Zayn Malik to Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, which, you know, isn’t great.

The point is that he’s known for pushing boundaries at each and every opportunity.

And apparently he thought last night’s episode of Real Time with Bill Maher was a great chance to be a jackass.

His guest last night was Nebraska Senator Bill Sasse, and at one point, Sasse invited Bill to visit Nebraska.

“We’d love to have you work in the fields with us,” he told him, smiling.

Bill, in his strange little mind, felt the appropriate response was to say “Work in the fielnds? Senator, I’m a house n—–.”

His audience had some mixed responses, and understandably so, but Bill was quick to assure them that it was a joke.

But Twitter wasn’t convinced.

“I for one am shocked that giant racist Bill Maher is in fact a giant racist,” one person tweeted.

Another wrote “Bill Maher said the N-word? Wow this totally changes my previously high opinion of that smug Islamophobic misogynistic attention-whore.”

One person theorized that “Bill Maher seems way too comfortable using the n-word. I mean, that came naturally to him. That… says a lot. And none of it is good.”

And, for the obligatory “hold my beer” joke, someone tweeted “‘Nobody can screw up a career better than me’ Tiger Woods ‘Hold my beer’ Kathy Griffin ‘No, both of you hold my latte’ Bill Maher.”

Meanwhile, Ben Sasse himself took to Twitter to discuss the controversy.

“I’m a 1st Amendment absolutist,” he began. “Comedians get latitude to cross hard lines.”

“But free speech comes with a responsibility to speak up when folks use that word. Me just cringing last night wasn’t good enough.”

He wrote that he wished he’d been able to gather his thoughts enough in the moment to say “Hold up, why would you think it’s OK to use that word?”

“The history of the n-word is an attack on universal human dignity. It’s therefore an attack on the American Creed. Don’t use it.”

Too little, too late, or an appropriate response?

It’s hard to know when everything is such a great big awful mess.

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DeRozan uses relationship analogy to explain Raptors’ ups and downs

Aside from the brilliant emergence of Norman Powell, the Toronto Raptors can thank a “heated film session” for their resurgence over the last two games.

A 27-point blowout in Game 3 left the Raptors searching for answers, and the team was able to hash out its problems in a spirited meeting the following day. That paved the way for two wins by 11 and 25 points to seize the reins away from the Milwaukee Bucks.

Battling ups and downs is perfectly natural in all walks of life, DeRozan explained to reporters on Tuesday, drawing an analogy to being in a relationship.

"Not to be all personal, but do you have a significant other?" DeRozan asked. "Y'all argue, right? The next day you say, 'Baby let me take you out to a nice dinner.' You have a great evening, a great day, and time after that be smooth until the next roller coaster.

“It happens. We together more than our own families … there’s nothing wrong with it, it’s just part of the game. It’s something we build from and we respond from it. So it’s never nothing too serious that you guys, the media, may make of it. Sometimes it’s just needed.”

DeRozan’s sentiments echoed those of DeMarre Carroll, who also argued that laying out all the cards had a positive influence on the team.

“A lot of times when you get in a heated film session, it can go one of two ways – it can go bad or it could go good. I feel like we came together, we saw the problem and we just try to keep building from this,” Carroll said.

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Say What? NY-Based Designer Uses Photos Of Real Couples Having Real Graphic Smash Sessions In New Campaign

Designer Uses Real Sex In Ad Campaign

Well, that’s one way to sell fashion

To show off its Spring/Summer 2017 collection, New York-based brand Eckhaus Latta shot real-life couples having actual sex — really. And this isn’t some artistically implied stuff…it’s the real hardcore business. The whole campaign actually teeters edge of porn, but the really explicit parts — basically all the peens and poons and…other stuff — are all blurred out. Artsy.

Still, you can pretty much forget about us showing you any of the ads here directly. But if you want to seem you can click HERE.

Freaky isht indeed. We’re not sure how that’s supposed to make us want to buy their clothes when they barely have any on in the first place…but we’re not advertising experts over here, by a longshot.

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