A Massachusetts Police Car Got Tagged With a Controversial Bumper Sticker, Things Got Awkward

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A Massachusetts Police Car Got Tagged With a Controversial Bumper Sticker, Things Got Awkward
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For those that can't quite see it: "Racial profiling saves lives." Though the police were sure Chris Kantos had doctored the photo himself, they later admitted to the fault and apologized saying someone of "unknown origin" placed the bumper sticker on their vehicle.

It's 2013, and Somehow Somebody Made This Incredibly Racist Law Commercial

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That would be Jim DeBerry, the force behind this ass-backwards commercial for McCutcheon & Hamner, P.C. Attorneys at Law. DeBerry, never one to back down from the "PC Police" apparently, defended accusations of racism with the classic "but I have Asian friends" defense.

Remember, dime-store costumes and bad accents that would make the suits behind old-school Aunt Jemima squirm are totally acceptable so long as you have friends. The wisdom of life, right here.