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Al Sharpton digging up a vintage clip of Maher cavalierly tossing around the n-word and defending his use of it by citing the way African-American rappers regularly use it in their songs. “Because I think there’s a lot of guys out there who cross the line because they a little too familiar—or they they too familiar—or its guys that, you know, might have a black girlfriend or two who made them some Kool-Aid every now and then, and they think they can cross the line. It’s a word that has been used against us; it’s like a knife, man.The comic, for his part, issued a rare apology: “Friday nights are always my worst nights of sleep because I’m up reflecting on the things I should or shouldn't have said on my live show,” he wrote. And you can use it as a weapon, or you can use it as a tool.ELLE: What famous woman did you fantasize about the most as an adolescent? You didn't see bare midriffs in the late '60s on TV. BM: I was engaged to a woman who whizzed a pool ball right at my head. BM: There was a girl I was crazy about my senior year of high school, and I visited her at college.
When you know somebody that long, you just know where not to go. Would you have had an issue if she'd covered herself? But the idea that my mother would have ever breastfed me in public is unimaginable. But you once called her "a witty drinking companion," which made me wonder whether you two had perhaps enjoyed a drunken tumble? Somebody being witty has no effect on if I want to sleep with them.ELLE: You do realize babies need to eat every couple hours. I don't think I got laid during my first two years at Cornell, and even then, when I was horniest, I never went to bed with an unattractive woman because I was drunk. My method was to go home, masturbate, and plot to get better women. BM: Believe me, I have never slept with Ann Coulter. I couldn't go to bed with someone as politically abhorrent.