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We're obviously doing it very publicly and everyone's able to watch us and have their own opinion about it. "We haven't really talked about that.""With the conversations we've had, I probably came off aggressive a few times, but I'm learning to be a little more sensitive," Schulman says, adding that she needs to let others speak more often.
It's not easy for us to watch ourselves on TV or anything like that.
Friday’s reputation-puncturing revelations about Hogan — whose stage persona exhorted kids to say their prayers and take their vitamins — surely help Gawker’s defense. Online wrestling forums dusted off a years-old radio interview on DJ Whoo’s Sirius XM show in which Hogan uses the slur several times in telling a story.
DJ Whoo Kidd asked: “You’ve been saying ‘brother’ for years.
“Eight years ago I used offensive language during a conversation.
It was unacceptable for me to have used that offensive language; there is no excuse for it; and I apologize for having done it,” Hogan said in a statement given to People magazine. I believe very strongly that every person in the world is important and should not be treated differently based on race, gender, orientation, religious beliefs or otherwise.
Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates has set his sights on eradicating Alzheimer’s announcing today a m (£38.2m) investment in research to develop new treatments.
Mr Gates said he was “joining the fight” at a turning point in the study of the disease, adding that a breakthrough was needed so people can enjoy the longer lives we are living.
Mr Gates said: “I believe we are at a turning point in Alzheimer’s research and development, which the Dementia Discovery Fund is playing an important role in by exploring new approaches to treat the disease.
Any black guy ever say, ‘Yo, you my n—-r, you my n—-r, Hulk’?
” Hogan replied: “Well, Booker T [a black ex-wrestler] used to say that to me on TV, and, you know, every time I pull up You Tube there’s that famous thing that Booker T …
“This is a frontier where we can dramatically improve human life.
It’s a miracle that people are living so much longer, but longer life expectancies alone are not enough.