Jay Gruden laments injuries, lack of ‘total say’

Jay Gruden, speaking to ESPN on Monday, said he “loved every minute” as Washington’s head coach but acknowledged the frustration that came with the mounting injuries and lack of full organizational control.
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Social Media Laments Loss Of Christian Taylor [Photos]

As the details surrounding the police shooting death of 19-year-old Angelo State University football player Christian Taylor, questions have been continuously mounting on what actually happened. With reports saying that the officer who killed Taylor was still in training, social media has used the unfortunate moment to lament the loss and demand justice.

Officer Brad Miller, which the Dallas News writes is a 49-year-old trainee, just graduated from the Arlington Police Academy this past March and was working under an officer’s supervision. As we reported Friday evening, Miller was responding to a burglary call at the Classic Buick GMC dealership around 1:00 a.m. Friday morning. Reports say that Taylor was inside a showroom after using a vehicle to drive through its glass front. There was a reported altercation of some sort, which is when Miller gunned Taylor down.

What makes this case curious is that friends and family of Taylor say he wasn’t the type to steal and that his Christian faith was something he valued more than anything. Most believe that Taylor wasn’t there to steal a car and there’s little evidence to support claims on either side. Arlington police don’t have body cameras and the video inside the dealership didn’t reveal what happened in the shooting.

Social media users, especially on Twitter, have chimed in with their own thoughts about what happened with Taylor. As the incident happened in Texas, there were some mild comparisons made to the Sandra Bland case as well. Although many theories abound, police say they are still investigating the matter. However, skeptics feel that this is another in a long line of white police officers taking Black lives.

View the following pages to see social media band together and discuss the unfortunate case of Christian Taylor by way of the #ChristianTaylor hashtag.

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Grass Laments – Charlie Hunter

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Grass Laments

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Genre: Instrumental

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Release Date: December 31, 2007

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Morrissey Laments ‘Zero Label Interest,’ Despite ‘Fantastic’ MSG Show

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‘Community’ Star Laments ‘Arsenio Hall Show’ Cancellation

In response to Friday’s news that CBS had pulled the plug on “The Arsenio Hall Show” after one season, former “Community” star Yvette Nicole Brown took to Twitter to share her opinion of what the late-night talk show, and others like it, had meant for her career.

In addition to referencing appearing on Hall’s show, Brown also mentioned her appearance on George Lopez’s TBS talk show, “Lopez Tonight,” which was cancelled back in 2011.

Brown later expanded on her initial comment, posting a series of tweets discussing diversity on late-night TV and what losing the voice of Arsenio Hall (and Lopez) means for late-night television.

Brown also made sure to mention that late-night hosts themselves are not necessarily responsible for which guests appear on their shows.

She even told her followers not to blame other late-night hosts for the apparent dearth of racial or ethnic diversity on their shows.

When other Twitter users pointed out that Brown forgot to mention she had appeared on AMC’s “Talking Dead” and Bravo’s “Watch What Happens: Live” with Andy Cohen, she copped to the omissions. But she noted that “Talking Dead” — a weekly show that airs directly after each episode of “The Walking Dead” — didn’t quite fit the bill of the “daily late night shows” to which her initial tweets had referred.


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