More Trouble for Comedian Katt Williams?

We’ve been trying to avoid the train wreck, commonly known as, Katt Williams, because the once popular funnyman seems to be getting into trouble every other day. If you don’t know,  he’s been getting into a string of bazaar altercations in the past month – from bar fights, to strange stage behavior, and even physical assaults — and, according to TMZ, it looks like the drama train kept rolling for Williams on Thursday night.

Katt Williams, was apparently waiting for his tour manager, Suge Knight (did you know Suge Knight was his manager!?!) outside of Subway sandwich shop in Cali, when police, who received a phone call claiming the comedian was involved in some type of “disturbance”, rolled up, handcuffed him and placed him in the back of a squad car.

Now, he was eventually let go but he tells TMZ that police found a gun and weed on him but let him go because he had licenses for both. Police on the other hand say all they discovered was an empty clip for a .45.

What the so called disturbance was, no one knows. A Subway employee says he didn’t see anything rowdy go down. 

In any case, this basically boils down to minor brush with the law. He wasn’t charged with anything, which is good cause he has more important things to worry about.  At least he and Suge, who was busy getting a mani and pedi at the time, got their sandwich’s (we assume they 5 dollar foot longs). 

[Cited//Photo: TMZ]

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More Trouble for Comedian Katt Williams?

We’ve been trying to avoid the train wreck, commonly known as, Katt Williams, because the once popular funnyman seems to be getting into trouble every other day. If you don’t know,  he’s been getting into a string of bazaar altercations in the past month – from bar fights, to strange stage behavior, and even physical assaults — and, according to TMZ, it looks like the drama train kept rolling for Williams on Thursday night.

Katt Williams, was apparently waiting for his tour manager, Suge Knight (did you know Suge Knight was his manager!?!) outside of Subway sandwich shop in Cali, when police, who received a phone call claiming the comedian was involved in some type of “disturbance”, rolled up, handcuffed him and placed him in the back of a squad car.

Now, he was eventually let go but he tells TMZ that police found a gun and weed on him but let him go because he had licenses for both. Police on the other hand say all they discovered was an empty clip for a .45.

What the so called disturbance was, no one knows. A Subway employee says he didn’t see anything rowdy go down. 

In any case, this basically boils down to minor brush with the law. He wasn’t charged with anything, which is good cause he has more important things to worry about.  At least he and Suge, who was busy getting a mani and pedi at the time, got their sandwich’s (we assume they 5 dollar foot longs). 

[Cited//Photo: TMZ]

iPad=iFail

The Apple iPad: starting at $499
from Engadget 

 Thanks to my diligent Tech Blog watching I am aware and disappointed with Apple’s newest creation, deemed the “iPad”. 

 

The iFail iMaxiPad iDouche iTampon iPad’s specs:

  • It’s not light. It feels pretty weighty in your hand.
  • The screen is stunning, and it’s 1024 x 768. Feels just like a huge iPhone in your hands.
  • The speed of the CPU is something to be marveled at. It is blazingly fast from what we can tell. Webpages loaded up super fast, and scrolling was without a hiccup. Moving into and out of apps was a breeze. Everything flew.
  • There’s no multitasking at all. It’s a real disappointment. All this power and very little you can do with it at once. No multitasking means no streaming Pandora when you’re working in Pages… you can figure it out. It’s a real setback for this device.
  • The ebook implementation is about as close as you can get to reading without a stack of bound paper in your hand. The visual stuff really helps flesh out the experience. It may be just for show, but it counts here.
  • No camera. None, nada. Zip. No video conferencing here folks. Hell, it doesn’t have an SMS app!
  • It’s running iPhone OS 3.2.
  • The keyboard is good, not great. Not quite as responsive as it looked in the demos.
  • No Flash confirmed. So Hulu is out for you, folks!

It’s a half-inch thick and weighs just 1.5 pounds, with a 9.7-inch capacitive touchscreen IPS LCD display, and it’s running a custom 1GHz Apple “A4” chip developed by the P.A. Semi team, with a 10-hour battery life and a month of standby. It’ll come in 16, 32, and 64GB sizes, and it’s got the expected connectivity: very little. There’s a 30-pin Dock connector, a speaker, a microphone, Bluetooth, 802.11n WiFi and optional 3G, as well as an accelerometer and a compass. There’s also a keyboard dock, which connects underneath in the portrait orientation, support for up to 1024×768 VGA out and 480p composite out through new dock adapter cables, and a camera attachment kit that lets you import photos from your camera over USB or directly through an SD reader. The device is managed by iTunes, just like the iPhone — you sync everything over to your Mac. As expected, it can run iPhone apps — either pixel-for-pixel in a window, or pixel-doubled fullscreen — but developers can also target the new screen size using the updated iPhone OS SDK, which is available today. The 3G version runs on AT&T and comes with new data plans: 250MB for $14.99 and an unlimited plan for $29.99 a month contract-free. Activations are handled on the iPad, so you can activate and cancel whenever you want. Every iPad is unlocked and comes with a GSM “micro-SIM,” so you can use it abroad, but there aren’t any international deals in place right now — Steve says they’ll be back “this summer” with news on that front.

It starts at $499 for 16GB, 32GB for $599, and $699 64GB. Adding 3G costs a $130 per model, so the most expensive model (64GB / 3G) is $829. The WiFi-only model will ship in 60 days, and the 3G models will come in 90.



The biggest problem with this thing to be simple is that it doesn’t run more than one application at a time and has no camera and doesn’t have flash (no streaming movies online) WACK!!!! Capitalism at its best!!!

Check out the video from Engadget below: