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Topic - Michael Wilbon
ESPN co-host Michael Wilbon seems to think the Oscars are racist, saying Seth MacFarlane was only allowed to host because the Academy is tired of blacks
A sampling of the outpouring of love and memories from the Hollywood and sports worlds Monday following the death of Michael Clarke Duncan, many of them on Twitter:
The intense two-day tryout had come to an end. More than 300 people showed up, hoping to fulfill a life-long dream. But only 12 were left standing; huddled together at midcourt of Verizon Center, still dripping sweat and saying silent prayers.
"Thank you for having me," said an appreciative Wilbon looking directly at Mitchell. "It's been a few years since I've been able to be here. I really do appreciate the invitation."
He said, 'Christy, can I talk to you about this moment.'