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2019 Finally Got Something Right: Its Sexiest Man Alive

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | November 12, 2019 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | November 12, 2019 |


Monty Python’s John Cleese and Eric Idle on 50 Years of ‘Flying Circus’ and the Trump and Brexit ‘Shitshow’. (The Daily Beast)

For all of its other failures, 2019 can at least count among its successes People magazine’s decision to choose John Legend as its sexiest man alive.

And he’s got a wife who will keep him humble.

Kanye West Will Appear At Joel Osteen’s Sunday Service is a nightmare headline from a nightmare world. (TMZ)

I like this post but the working title was better, IMO: “Evans and ScarJo circle jerk” has a certain ring to it, no? (Lainey Gossip)

Flavio Briatore, a dude in the Formula One world, aged 69, is dating a 20-something college student. I’m tired. (Celebitchy)

The new dot com bubble is here: it’s called online advertising. (The Correspondent)

They Are Racist; Some of Them Have Guns. Inside the White Supremacist Group Hiding in Plain Sight. (ProPublica)

When Disney Gains The Simpsons, What Do We All Lose? (Vulture)

History as a giant data set: how analysing the past could help save the future. (The Guardian)

Brad Pitt and Adam Sandler Debate the Pros and Cons of Netflix. (Variety)

My Obsession With the Bon Appétit Cinematic Universe. (Jezebel)

American Media Inc., the parent company of the National Enquirer, wanted to pay R. Kelly a cool mil to record a documentary. So, to recap, buying and killing a story about Trump’s sexual affairs is fine, and paying an alleged pedophile is also fine. I’m so tired. (Dlisted)

The Unmistakable Black Roots of Sesame Street. (Smithsonian Mag)

When a longtime resident started stealing her neighbors’ Amazon packages, she entered a vortex of smart cameras, Nextdoor rants, and cellphone surveillance. (The Atlantic)

Some of the fashion choices at the premiere of Charlie’s Angels were something else. (GFY)

The Six-Decade Odyssey of Kurt Cobain’s ‘Unplugged’ Cardigan. The long journey of the $137,500 sweater worn by Nirvana’s frontman. (Rolling Stone)

What’s this? A new Funbag?! (Vice)

Here is something fun for you: Why tyranny could be the inevitable outcome of democracy. (The Conversation)

Hero cat:

Lights All Night Long by Lydia Fitzpatrick was the book that brought KatSings to her workplace book club. This story of two brothers, the prodigy and the fuck up, was a great read and resulted in a lively discussion. Katsings offers a content warning for addiction. "But Fitzpatrick seems to understand, in the way many do not, that addiction is a disease and there are a lot of factors that can lead a person down that road." Have you attended a great book club discussion? What was the book? (Cannonball Read 11)

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