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A Cast Member Of 'Entourage' Has Been Accused Of Sexual Assault

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | July 16, 2020 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | July 16, 2020 |


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Tom Hanks wants to tell you about his sore butt. I said what I said. (Vulture)

The accidental invention of the Illuminati conspiracy. (BBC)

Also from The Beeb, this is really great. Viola Davis: I betrayed myself and my people in The Help. (BBC)

This article was a fun conversation in our Slack channel today. First, at CNN, an article about new research that might correlate blood types with COVID-19 susceptibility and severity of symptoms. I was really stuck on the first sentence which states that not all humans fall into one of the four blood types. Doctor Steven (side note: of course it’s Steven. It’s always Steven.) dropped some knowledge that lead us to read about the Man with the Golden Arm. (Wiki)

Tiffani Thiessen, ageless vampire probably, looked so lovely renewing her wedding vows at home. (Celebitchy)

Difficult Man: Kitchen Confidential and the Early Days of Anthony Bourdain’s Legend. (The Ringer)

Why time feels so weird in 2020. Some days seem to pass very slowly while some weeks, and even months, fly by. A set of simple perception tests illustrate some factors that can distort our sense of time. (Reuters)

Kevin Connolly of Entourage (you know, that misogynistic pile of trash TV) was accused of sexual assault. (Lainey Gossip)

Silicon Valley, Clubhouse, and the cult of VC victimhood. (The Verge)

Where can I submit a formal petition to rename Jake Paul as “YouTuber Jackass”? (Dlisted)

Michelle Obama’s First Podcast for Spotify Gets Launch Date. (Variety)

The death of the bra: will the great lingerie liberation of lockdown last? Working from home has been a chance to do away with uncomfortable, unnecessary underwear. And many women have no intention of returning to underwires and constriction. (The Guardian)

Have we talked about Andrew Cuomo’s pandemic poster? It. Is. Ba 🍌 Na 🍌 Nas. (The New Yorker)

How ancient cats lived on the brink of domestication. Chemical analysis says Neolithic cats mostly ate crop pests but still lived wild. (Ars Technica)

Barack Obama’s Presidential Library Hits a Major Roadblock. (AD)

And speaking of, David Plouffe’s new book, A Citizen’s Guide to Beating Donald Trump, is, uhhhh, not great. (Current Affairs)

The Pioneers of the Misinformation Industry. How thwarted Hollywood ambitions, Silicon Valley hubris, and a long war on objectivity gave rise to Drudge, Breitbart, and other right-wing media insurgents. (The New Republic)

The Mama recommends The Unhoneymooners as a fun, fast read with the warning that Christina Lauren has managed to create a mass puking scene. "The food poisoning scenes start out kind of funny and then move to gross and then move to extraordinarily graphic, by the way." If you can move past that, this enemies-to-lovers screwball romance might be for you. How do you feel about gross scenes in a lighthearted book? (Cannonball Read 12)

These keep getting better and better.

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