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By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 13, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 13, 2020 |


So Dakota Johnson directed a Coldplay video, but she didn’t get the job because she’s dating Chris Martin? OK… (Lainey Gossip)

Remember at the beginning of the quarantine when Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell revealed they were already fighting and hadn’t spoken to each other in days? Well, this might explain that. (Dlisted)

There’s a good chance Tristan Thompson knocked up Khloe Kardashian again. That should end well. (Celebitchy)

After 35 years, the city of Philadelphia is finally apologizing for the MOVE bombing. If you don’t know what the MOVE bombing is, it involves the state police literally dropping bombs from a helicopter onto a black neighborhood. Yup. (The Root)

After a brief period of not being a total mayo jar full of dumb, Meghan McCain is now taking advice from Tucker Carlson on how Dr. Fauci is wrong and we should start re-opening that country. So, you know, goddammit. (The Daily Beast)

According to Vivica Fox, Quentin Tarantino has been talking to Uma Thurman about ideas for Kill Bill Vol. 3. (Atom Insider)

From Roxana: “Bilge Ebiri spoke to Michael Mann about what the director has been up to during quarantine, and just like the rest of us, filmmakers are chatting with their friends more often. There’s something very comforting about reading Mann say ‘I know what Daniel Day-Lewis is doing in Connecticut.’” (Vulture)

Speaking of Roxana, she recently sat down with Buzzfeed’s News O’Clock podcast to talk about her excellent Alison Roman piece and cultural imbalances in mainstream food culture. (Buzzfeed)

From a longtime reader, here’s a cute reenactment from LOST that will remind you that Desmond can get it. (YouTube)

If you’re ordering takeout or delivery in the middle of all this, TIP FOR THE LOVE OF GOD. And even when this thing is over, STILL TIP. Don’t be like these jerks. (Eater)

Somebody made a deep fake video of Chris Pratt as Indiana Jones, and I don’t want to toss the phrase around lightly, but this is a hate crime. (CBR)

Tracy is using her shelter in place time to catch up on some professional reading. Binge Eating Disorder: The Journey to Recovery and Beyond by Amy Pershing and Chevese Turner is written for laypeople and professionals. "There’s a major focus on self-compassion, even of behavior one regrets, while also showing understanding that others may be judgemental of that or of food and body choices that they don’t agree with (as if it’s any of their business. Ok, rant over)." How are you being compassionate to yourself and others? (Cannonball Read 12)

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

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