Bengals Beat Writers Fail To Do Their Jobs

On Tuesday, the Cincinnati Bengals made potential starting left guard Jackson Carman available to the press during the team’s open locker room session. This was something of a big deal, because Carman had not spoken to the media since Defector reported in April that he had been accused of rape by a teenaged girl while … Read more

Google May 2022 Core Update Is Live

Google Search has begun to roll out the first broad core update of the year, the May 2022 broad core update. It started on May 25, 2022 at about 11:30 am ET and will now roll out for the next couple of weeks. So far, we are seeing many signs that this May 2022 core … Read more

Steve Kerr: the moral compass at the heart of the Golden State Warriors | Golden State Warriors

Basketball was the furthest thing from Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr’s mind before his team’s playoff game against the Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday night. Hours earlier 21 people, including 19 children, had been killed in a school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. It followed shortly after a self-described white supremacist terrorist was charged with killing … Read more

Ricky Kerwais’ Supernatural: Netflix is ​​once again plagued by transphobic idiots

Who knows what response Netflix expects SupernaturalRicky Gervais’ transphobic new standup Special, but forgive us when we avoid clapping. After the setback for Dave Chappell’s Transphobic 2021 Netflix special song Close, Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos, said he believes it is an “art expression” and has not changed his stance on Chappell’s comedy – indicating that … Read more

Boris Johnson ‘sorry’ as ‘Partygate’ report details drunken parties

Boris Johnson issued a half-hearted apology after a highly-anticipated report into “partygate” released Wednesday detailed COVID-19 rule-breaking and excessive drinking. The so-called “partygate” scandal refers to the 16 illegal social gatherings Johnson and his Conservative Party attended during lockdown when the same government put social distancing measures in place. Senior civil servant Sue Gray, who … Read more