"I do not determine what is right and wrong by taking a Gallup poll of the majority opinion," Martin Luther King once told an audience. "A genuine leader is not a searcher for consensus but a molder of consensus." That last sentence needs an edit, but the man was right. Valleywag will take the afternoon off to give you time to do some back-reading and YouTube-watching on King and the civil rights movement. Try not to be too obvious about friending Adrian Covert at Gizmodo today.