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Joe Biden Achieves New Levels of Out of Touch With "You Ain't Black" Comment

With the hashtag #YouAintBlack trending on Twitter, he has already backpedaled, but that's not enough


In an interview with Charlamagne tha God for Power 105.1's Breakfast Club, presumptive presidential nominee Joe Biden appointed himself the arbiter of blackness.

When a prior obligation forced Biden to end the conversation early, Charlamagne pushed for Biden to come back, saying, "It's a long way until November, we got more questions," at which point Biden jumped in with, "You've got more questions? Well I tell you what, if you have a problem figuring out whether you're for me or Trump, then you ain't black."

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Remembering 10 of Fred Willard's Most Iconic Roles

A master of improvisation, Fred Willard leaves a legacy of memorable performances

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On Friday comedic actor Fred Willard died at the age of 86.

With a career in television and movies that spanned six decades—from the 1960s comedy scene where he developed a close friendship with Jerry Stiller to his most recent work on the forthcoming Netflix series Space Force—Willard is probably best known for improvisational work in the mockumentary films of Christopher Guest. While he almost always played an unflappable buffoon, his buoyant charm and genius for ad-libbed absurdity made him a perennial joy to watch in both his major film roles and his frequent guest appearances on shows like The Simpsons, Community, and Drunk History. Here's a look back at some of his most iconic roles.

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TikToker Fckjoshy Belongs in Jail

The self-proclaimed "worst TikToker alive," deserves to go to jail

You may have seen a short clip of a TikTok "prankster" spilling a giant tub of cereal all over the subway and a bunch of strangers.

If you haven't seen the video, it consists of fckjosh, whose real name is Josh Popkin, filling a plastic storage bin with cereal and milk, then intentionally dumping the whole mess on the ground in the middle of a New York City subway car. The other people in the car are wearing masks over their mouths and noses—as required by current safety guidelines—but not Josh. He pulled it down off his chin, so everyone could see what a dumb goofball he is, pretending to scoop the sticky, mess of milk and Fruity Pebbles back into the bin. All the while the strangers who are probably forced to be on that subway move away from him, visibly disgusted, but somehow resisting the urge to smack him.

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