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So Aaron Rodgers Is a Real Piece of Work

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 3, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 3, 2021 |


After testing positive for COVID-19, it’s been revealed that Aaron Rodgers was never vaccinated despite telling reporters that he was “immunized.” Even worse, he was allowed to walk around without a mask like a normal vaccinated player even though Green Bay and the NFL knew he was not. A real crock of sh*t all around, but a neat example to hold up the next time one of your Facebook friends tries to say homeopathic quack-water is all the protection they need. (NFL)

The teaser for HBO Max’s Station Eleven about a devastating flu epidemic arrives at exactly the wrong moment. (Lainey Gossip)

Britney Spears blames her mom for conservatorship. (Dlisted)

The Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik situation is a whole lot of yikes. (Celebitchy)

Gal Gadot is the Evil Queen in Disney’s live action Snow White. (Variety)

From Claude: A lot of people probably owe their lives to Dr. Aaron T. Beck’s contributions. RIP. (NYT)

Wait. You can could watch PornHub on your Roku? (Vulture)

Y: The Last Man’s showrunner is still hoping she’ll get a chance to do a full five seasons despite being canceled. (Gizmodo)

The lawyer for the armorer on Rust is now saying that someone sabotaged the film’s set by slipping live ammunition into the dummy rounds. Riiiight. (Mediaite)

Don’t be fooled by Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson. (Jezebel)

Richard Osman’s mystery, The Thursday Murder Club, has broken jomidi’s streak of not great books. "The plot moves quickly from there and like a good cozy most people have a secret past that comes into play." Do you remember the books that break your reading slumps? (Cannonball Read 13)