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Alton Brown Made a Holocaust Joke After Admitting He's a Conservative (Damn, Dude)

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 11, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 11, 2020 |


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On the heels of “coming out” as a conservative, Alton Brown tweeted a Holocaust joke, so your guess is as good as mine as to what the hell’s going on there. (Vulture)

Viggo Mortensen defends playing a gay man in his new movie, and I’m old enough to remember when he was a non-problematic delight. Or was he? I’m very dumb, so there’s a good chance I’m wrong. (Dlisted)

Cindy McCain: Trump only has Trump to blame for being a loser. (Celebitchy)

Let’s revisit the premiere of There’s Something About Mary. (Go Fug Yourself)

This absolute insanity arrives courtesy of our Lainey:

Jeffrey Toobin is officially fired from The New Yorker for playing with his toob during a Zoom call. (Daily Beast)

Efforts to make voting harder in Georgia’s Senate runoff were surprisingly rejected by state leaders, so this should be interesting. (The Root)

From Kristy: The Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade will happen during the pandemic. But it’ll look a lot different. (Asbury Park Press)

Lucasfilm wants everyone to know that Baby Yoda was not committing genocide because those Frog Lady’s eggs weren’t fertilized yet. So glad that’s cleared up, but maybe have him eat Gina Carano off of the show just to be safe. (AV Club)

The Proud Boys are splintering off into even more racist factions, so that’s exactly what you want to hear while the president is stoking unrest. Just perfect. (Newsweek)

And, oh great, Jon Voight is out here trying to restart both the Civil War and the Crusades, too. Wonderful. (Deadline)

Have you ever wondered about the lives of the wives and daughters of famous men? Elderberrywine read about Mary Ellen Peacock in Diane Johnson’s The True History of the First Mrs. Meredith and Other Lesser Lives. "The fascinating thing about her is that she apparently did what she wanted, with whom she wanted, and could give a toss about the Victorian mores of her time." (Cannonball Read 12)




Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.



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