The mask featured the “thin blue line” version of the American flag, a well-known pro-police symbol since 2014. But the mask caused blowback in light of the Black Lives Matter rioting in Minneapolis after the death of George Floyd, a man who died in police custody. … [Read more...] about Twins Outfielder Max Kepler Apologizes for Wearing Blue Lives Matter Mask Amid George Floyd Protests
Although the premium cable channel already offers digital-only service in the form of HBO Now, today they've launched a new extra-premium streaming option called HBO Max. It costs $14.99 a month, making it ... the same price as HBO NOW. And to seduce more viewers into the cult of the Home Box Office, they're offering a seven-day trial. … [Read more...] about HBO Max is here and free for 7 days … but what is it?
Talbot played in Pittsburgh for six seasons, registering 108 points and was a member of the 2009 Stanley Cup championship team. Armstrong recorded 98 points during his three seasons in Pittsburgh and regularly appears on AT&T Sportsnet’s postgame coverage for the Penguins’ broadcasts. … [Read more...] about Living Room Sports: Max Talbot And Colby Armstrong Talk Stanley Cup Memories And Rooming With Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin
“Earlier, I posted a photo of me in a mask that was sent to me by a company, to wear during the pandemic. I had no idea that the mask had any underlying inferences — I simply thought it looked good. After I was informed, I immediately took down the post,” he said. … [Read more...] about Twins’ Max Kepler Deletes ‘Blue Lives Matter’ Mask Pic Posted Amid George Floyd Protests, Issues Apology
“I take complete responsibility for not knowing what I was wearing. I am truly sorry for the hurt and pain my actions have caused, especially now. Racism has no place in our world and I do not in any way support the actions that we all witnessed that led to George Floyd's passing. My sympathies are with the Floyd family.” … [Read more...] about Twins’ Max Kepler apologizes for wearing ‘Blue Lives Matter’ face mask after coming under fire