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Armie Hammer Is Allegedly Abusing His Dog, Too

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | January 28, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | January 28, 2021 |


Armie Hammer has allegedly been goading his dog into biting him so he has an excuse to strangle the Welsh Terrier. Plus he likes the scars. What the actual shit? (Dlisted)

Pamela Anderson quit social media and apparently married her bodyguard. (Lainey Gossip)

Emily Ratajkowski assures people she’s not getting lip injections while pregnant, which seems pretty quaint after the Armie Hammer thing. (Celebitchy)

From Lainey: We lost a legend today. Cicely Tyson passed away at age 96. (WaPo)

This, uh, this is unfortunate…

Hot off her poetry reading at the Inauguration, Amanda Gorman’s first three books have preemptively garnered a million prints. (The Root)

I’ve been obsessed with this whole GameStock stonks situation, particularly the online narratives that have formed around it. Which is why I was thrilled to see this long, but excellent explainer from Alexis Goldstein that spells out how this “isn’t David vs Goliath. It’s Goliath vs. Goliath, with David as a fig leaf.” It was also published last night ahead of the Robinhood app business, and after reading this, it will put that move in a whole new light. Namely that Robinhood was never letting people “stick it to hedge funds.” It was the hedge fund. (Markets Weekly)

If you’re wondering how GameStop employees who make $11 an hour are feeling about this whole fiasco? Not thrilled! Not thrilled at all. (PennLive)

I got to geek out about the preview for Friday’s WandaVision, which features Kat Dennings and Randall Park reprising their Marvel roles. (Uproxx)

Have you watched The White Tiger on Netflix yet? Have you read Ciara’s review for us? Do that, then consider reading Roxana’s interview with director Ramin Bahrani about growing up Iranian, getting inside the Criterion Closet, and why he doesn’t think films about class struggle are slowing down anytime soon. (Roger Ebert)

A great piece on the unknowable legend MF DOOM. (Vulture)

Sabian30 returns to Cannonball Read with a list of books on improving as a writer. He’s noticed a lot of them focus on the mechanics of writing, but Ray Bradbury’s Zen in the Art of Writing is different. "Mr. Bradbury delves into our motivations for why we write and how to do it more truthfully." What do you want to be better at? (Cannonball Read 13)

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