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Anyone in the Market for a Life-Size Cutout of Timothy Olyphant From 'The Mandalorian'?

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 4, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 4, 2020 |


This morning after report is why Sarah is one of my favorite writers on this devil box we call the internet. (Lainey Gossip)

Is Lana Del Rey Chris Pratt-ing it? And by Chris Pratt-ing I mean probably voting for Trump and getting all pissy if folks figure it out. (Dlisted)

Kanye voted for himself then dropped out. Let’s never speak of this again. (Celebitchy)

A very special hat tip to Roxana for alerting us all to the fact that you can buy a life-size cardboard cutout of Timothy Olyphant’s character from The Mandalorian along with some solid advice: “Self-care is purchasing this.” (Advanced Graphics)

And while we’re on the subject, you can thank Kayleigh for this gem:

Alabama voters approve a measure to strike racism from the state’s constitution, but a lot of Alabamans are still racist AF. (The Root)

From Kristy: The sheriff fired her because she’s a lesbian so she ran against him. She’ll be the new sheriff now.(LGBTQ Nation)

Lori Loughlin is a “wreck” while in prison? How awful… (US Weekly)

I’m almost positive Dustin didn’t share this earlier — I’m running on like three hours asleep and things are getting blurry — But this is a must-read thread on why Nebraska splits its electoral votes. (Dr. Andrew R. Schrock)

What the world needs now is Matt Berry to play Batman. (Vulture)

Aaron Coleman, Glenn Greenwald’s revenge porn little buddy, apparently never exited the race and won a seat in the Kansas House of Representatives. Wonderful. (Jezebel)

Jormis’ introduction to Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights was the 1978 song of the same name by Kate Bush, but the assumptions he made based on the song were incorrect. "Wuthering Heights is a story of love and hate, both amplified in a way that makes most drama queens quintessential stiff upper lips upper middle class English country squires, and Marvel super villains wet-eared school boys in their dorm planning on their first prank and giggling uncontrollably while doing it." Have you read the 19th century classic? (Cannonball Read 12)

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

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