Ahmed’s clock: Steve Wozniak makes a ‘bomb’ and Stephen Amell call time
Ahmed Mohamed wants his clock back. Police in Irving, Texas, are satisfied that the 14-year-old’ clock is not a bomb. Ahmed Mohamed tells Good Morning America:
“The clock is still in the custody of the police. I want it back with my humility,”
As Ahmed waits for his clock, Apple inventor Steve Wozniak shares a memory:
Ahmed only got a hug from Barak Obama and Hilary Clinton. But someone else faired worse.
“Arrow” star Stephen Amell said Wednesday that he will “go away for a bit” in the wake of controversial comments made on Twitter about Texas teenager Ahmed Mohamed.
What did he say?
“Didn’t mean to offend anyone today,” Amell said in a video posted on Facebook. “Wasn’t trying to equate things that are very, very different. Was simply trying to say that two wrongs don’t make a right.”
Amell was blasted on Twitter earlier Wednesday after tweeting “Stereotyping Texas isn’t any better than stereotyping Ahmed. Just so we’re clear.”
And that was it.
We live at a time when any thought not bang in line with the conservative view is shouted down. You can set your clock by it.