During testimony Monday in the case against NYPD's stop-and-frisk policy, State Sen. Eric Adams (D-Brooklyn) recounted comments made by Police Commissioner Ray Kelly:
Kelly said that officers focused on that group of people “because he wanted to instill fear in them that every time they left home they could be targeted by police.”
That's right …
Also on today's #TWiBRadio, we explored what we could possibly learn from Fox and Friends (spoiler: it's nothing), conservatives tweeting the paper bag test, perhaps there's a relationship between obvious studies and commonly held beliefs of extremely stupid people.
And this morning on #amTWiB, #TheMorningCrew discussed electrified underwear and bad puns, favorite muppets, and how we got screwed out of a 30 hour work week.