Eric Stangel, a producer with the long-running late-night comedy show Late Show with David Letterman was in a Nike Outlet store this weekend and spotted a shirt with a message that seemed bizarre and inappropriate, after last week's bombings.
The phrase “Boston Massacre” has long referred to a 1770 attack led by British soldiers against civilians, and in this shirt, was appropriated for the Yankees/Red Sox baseball team rivalry.
Stangel spoke to a store employee, and said he believed the shirts shouldn’t be sold so soon after the recent bombing attack.
“We’ve been taking them down, but somehow they keep ending up back on the rack,” the employee is said to have replied.
Kevin Norton and James Stumbo were arrested this weekend near the Pokémon World Championship after showing up with a 12-gauge shotgun and an AR-15 they boasted about on social media.
Rogue archivist Carl Malamud writes, “I got mugged by a bunch of Boston hooligans. Readers of Boing Boing may be familiar with my FedFlix project which has resulted in 6,000 government videos getting posted to YouTube and the Internet Archive.”
If working as an EFF activist isn’t your thing, perhaps helping to run the Free Software Foundation in Boston will be more to your liking?
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