Another reason I love YouTube

Yesterday, I heard about Michael Richards’ racist tirade at the Laugh Factory. Of course, I knew it would be on YouTube. Today, LAObserved told me he apologized on Letterman. Kevin links to the CBS site so we can see the clip. Unfortunately, CBS, being clueless about the current state of video (it’s all about Flash), requires some unknown plugin I don’t have. So, it was back to YouTube, where the apology is (currently) available. You Tube makes it easier to find important stuff and view it, too.

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2 thoughts on “Another reason I love YouTube

  1. bummer,they left the tirade intact but pulled the apology due to copyright infringment.

    Like it matters how does he apologize for that.

    I heard a black comedian state on Hannity and Colmes that he was really disappointed that K-K-Kramer apologized. He was hoping to hear that he was trying out a new avante guard routine that didnt go so well.

  2. I thought it was the most sincere and best public apologies I’ve ever seen. Too bad they pulled it down. It’s very clear Richards is upset and ashamed. So many times stars give lame apologies, like, “If I offended any one, I’m sorry.” This wasn’t one of those apologies.

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