One of the things I don’t miss about a certain someone: their apologies. “I’m sorry you feel that way.” In other words, I wasn’t wrong. You just feel that I was wrong. And I’m operating on the assumption that you’re too stupid to understand that. Spike Lee’s apology to the McClain family—for retweeting their address to his 253,125 followers—is the same deal. Because Lee’s real mistake wasn’t about the McClains per se. It was his decision to Tweet his followers an address that the director believed belonged to George Zimmerman, the Floridian who shot Trayvon Martin. That was his mistake. For that he should apologize. But won’t, because he reckons it would damage his street cred. FLAME DELETED.