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Are We Supposed to Feel Sorry for Armie Hammer Because His Family Sucks?

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | March 11, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | March 11, 2021 |


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Vanity Fair published a huge feature on Armie Hammer that attempts to connect his current career implosion following a throng of social media accusations and his family’s scandal-ridden history going all the way back to 1919. It’s kind of a weird piece! But it does shed some light on how he detonated his marriage and things only got worse form there as the abuse accusations are given their fair share. Although, that fair share is followed by some even weirder hand-waving from his friends. Have I mentioned the piece is weird? (Vanity Fair)

Jennifer Garner’s new profile tells us she is back to business. (Lainey Gossip)

OK, so Susan Sarandon is tired of the quarantine and horny as hell. Good to know. (Dlisted)

Melissa McCarthy on anti-maskers: “I didn’t think people hated each other that much.” Come to my town, Melissa. Come on down! (Celebitchy)

A Texas student says a teacher gave white students the go-ahead to use the N-word. Jesus Christ… (The Root)

From Kaleena: This skit on how the mRNA vaccine for COVID works is delightful. (TikTok)

And speaking of the vaccine, Petr shared this piece on Bernie Sanders’ push to suspend pharmaceutial patents that profit from the pandemic. (Common Dreams)

Chuck Schumer MY FATHER’d MY FATHER before she got a chance to MY FATHER. How is he still alive?! (Daily Beast)

Someone needs to come collect Sharon Osbourne who’s somehow making the subject of the previous link look positively quaint. (Vulture)

Once again, I’m asking you to realize how the Harry Potter franchise can’t stop f*cking up in terrible and awful ways. (Variety)

Zinka doesn’t usually read history for fun, but Jessica Cowan’s The Secret Life of Dorothy Soames, a memoir about discovering family secrets was fascinating. "While slowly uncovering her mother’s life story, which is aided by an actual memoir her mother wrote, Cowan researches how [the Foundling Hospital] came to exist and all the social and political forces that acted upon its inception and maintenance since the eighteenth century." On Monday, March 15, there will be a virtual author event on Facebook. What’s the biggest family secret you’ve learned? (Cannonball Read 13)

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



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