Cincinnati vs. the World 11.13.2013

A old, white, anti-gay Republican narrowly won a community board of trustees election in Houston after he purposely misled voters in his largely black voting district to believe he was also black. WORLD -2

Covington, Ky. liquor store Cork ’N Bottle removed the graffiti works from art collective The London Police, brought to the store last year with the help of local design agency BLDG, a day after BLDG owner Mike Amann died from a years-long battle with neuroendocrine cancer. CINCINNATI -2

A old, white, anti-gay Republican narrowly won a community board of trustees election in Houston after he purposely misled voters in his largely black voting district to believe he was also black. WORLD -2

The founder of high-end yoga pants maker Lululemon blamed the products’ malfunctions — ripping and being see-through — on women whose thighs sometimes rub together (basically all of us, bro). This is the same company that refuses to make larger than a size 12 and the same CEO who also blamed divorce rates on birth control pills. WORLD -2

Voter turnout in this year’s elections was 28 percent — the lowest recorded since 1975.
CINCINNATI -2

THIS WEEK:
CINCINNATI -4, WORLD -4

TO DATE:
CINCINNATI -40, WORLD -88



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