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Hey Don Jr., Before You Weigh in on the College Admissions Scandal, Maybe Don't

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | March 12, 2019 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | March 12, 2019 |


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Wow — I did not expect two actresses (and, evidently, 36 other people) to be arrested today as part of a college admission bribery scam, did you?

So let’s learn a bit more about the daughter of Lori Laughlin and Mossimo Giannulli, the one who couldn’t figure out how to fill out a college application. - (Buzzfeed)

And let’s laugh (a bitter laugh, but still) at one of the mothers involved in the bribery scam posting a truly hypocritical life lesson on InstaGram last year. - (BoingBoing)

I mean, obviously wealthy parents “buying” their children admission into prestigious schools isn’t new and has been going on for generations, but some rich parents know how to properly bribe their way in, like Kushner’s dad did. - (The Root)

The Beek had a response:

Also, Donald Trump Jr. weighed in on Twitter, and he’s probably wishing he hadn’t now. (Uproxx)

Nancy Pelosi thinks Trump is unfit in every way to be president, but she’s not on board with impeachment, yet. - (Celebitchy)

This might be Jussie Smollet’s last chance to act on camera. - (Chicago Tribune)

Nick Jonas and John Stamos are playing a fun game with each other? With the press? With fans? Someone, probably. - (Lainey)

What if The Fresh Prince of Bel Air was remade as a drama? - (Shadow and Act)

We talk enough shit about the family Kardashenner that it’s only fair to recognize them when one of them does something good. Good job, Kim. - (Dlisted)

Eva Green is wearing quite a frock! I don’t know how else to describe it. It’s quite something. - (GFY)

Blauracke cannot recommend Marlen Haushofer’s The Wall strongly enough. The 1963 novel is about a woman who wakes up and finds herself the last person alive. "It’s a quiet and intimate book, where long passages cover only repetitive daily tasks like caring for the cow, feeding the dog, or chopping wood but that adds considerably to the charm because it pulled me completely into the story." What would you do if you found yourself the last person on Earth? (Cannonball Read 11)




Lainey is the copy editor & linkmaster. You can Tweet at her on Twitter.



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