Monday, June 16, 2014

Donald Sterling Dating Young Black Girl

Donald Sterling is dating a young black girl. Although this may appear to be something of a PR move, Sterling does like young women and it seems he prefers dark haired women over blue-eyed blondes, so this is not an onerous task that he has set for himself.

Radar has the details:
According to an eyewitness, Sterling, 80, checked into the JW Marriott resort in Palm Desert, Calif. on Friday evening and was all over a new woman — not his alleged ex-mistress V Stiviano or estranged wife Shelly Sterling.

“Donald checked into the Marriott on Friday and was with a new much-younger girlfriend,” the spywitness told Radar.

“He didn’t seem to have a care in the world and it looked pretty clear why that chick was with him. They were being really affectionate with each other.”

In the photos obtained by Radar, Sterling is seen in black pants and a simple black t-shirt checking into the hotel with a young lady in denim shorts and a pink shirt.

A second eyewitness tells Radar they saw Sterling shopping with his new gal pal earlier in the day on June 13 at Saks Fifth Avenue in Palm Desert.

“He was shopping at Saks with a new black girl,” the eyewitness told Radar.

A libertarian I know, who has sometimes been smeared as a racist, once told me that in his younger days he dated a black girl. I told him he should dig up some old pics and I would run them at EPJ and let the Southern Poverty Law Center deal with that.



  1. Pics like that are just proof of internalized white supremacy, according to virtually every college's mandatory diversity training.

    Haven't you heard of 'white privilege', RW?

    1. In their twisted minds, if you date a black chick you're a racist. If you don't date a black chick you're a racist. That's how the PC mind works. It's all political BS.

    2. You're so angry, Mike. Chillax man, it's all good. Your blood pressure must be through the roof. That's how they win, you see. They kill you with your own stress. Deep breaths.

    3. Either way, people will be labeled racist. But I don't think dating a black girl proves anything either. it could be he actually loves her, it could be a fetish. Who knows.

  2. Cops can access your connected home data

    Your lights are off and your doors are locked, but if you've got a "smart home" system, you may be offering cops a window into your house.

    Smart home technology is the latest craze among big tech and telecom companies, which are rolling out products that allow people to remotely control things like lights and locks and view footage from security cameras via mobile devices. Apple (AAPL, Tech30) became the latest company to get in on the act earlier this month, unveiling a new software platform called HomeKit that will allow people to manage their connected devices with their iPads or iPhones.

    Companies like AT&T (T, Tech30), Verizon (VZ, Tech30) and Time Warner Cable (TWC) already offer smart home systems. Google (GOOGL, Tech30), meanwhile, bought connected device maker Nest Labs earlier this year and has reportedly looked into purchasing security camera maker Dropcam as well.

    But smart home customers might be unaware that their security footage is being stored in some cases, and that it can be used against them in legal proceedings.

    We're seeing law enforcement across a variety of areas arguing that they should be able to access information with lower standards than before the electronic age," said Jay Stanley, a senior policy analyst with the American Civil Liberties Union.

    "If a lot of information is flowing out of your home, it provides a window into the things you're doing in your private space," he added.