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Bill Hader and Rachel Bilson Couldn't Make It Work in Case Things Weren't Bleak Enough for You

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | July 12, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | July 12, 2020 |


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Melayna breaks down how accountability is coming to the hip-hop world after Lil Wayne and 50 Cent experienced some surprisingly swift backlash following a rant on 50’s thoughts on “exotic women.” (Lainey Gossip)

If you were a fan of Bill Hader and Rachel Bilson dating and thought they were the perfect couple, maybe don’t click this link. (Dlisted)

And we’ve already reached the “Kim Kardashian is concerned” part of Kanye’s latest stunt. It’s like clockwork. (Celebitchy)

“Face-eating panther fired for eating faces” is how I read this news about the Tucker Carlson White Power Hour. (The Root)

Wait. The lady who scolded everyone for baking bread back in May is literally named Caren AND complaining that she got unfairly cancelled? There’s a little too on the nose, and then there’s that shit. (Wonkette)

Tammy Duckworth is quickly rising as a top VP contender, and I’m really not ready for the Extremely Online Left attacks about how all soldiers are murderers or some equally mind-numbing brain turds. God, I hate social media. (Politico)

If you dug The Old Guard like me, first check out Kristy’s review, and then here are some neat Netflix videos on how the film dug deep into the comics. (io9)

I forgot to link this the other day, but here’s a great feature on the backstory behind “Misbehavin’”, the catchy AF earworm from The Righteous Gemstones. (THR)

Speaking of Christianity, this new interview with Kristin Kobes Du Mez to promote her book Jesus and John Wayne is probably one of the best conversations I’ve read on how Donald Trump is not an anomaly but the natural by-product of evangelical’s society-f*cking devotion to toxic masculinity and preserving the white male patriarchy. (Vox)

The comic book industry having its long, long overdue #MeToo movement, and this article will catch you up to speed on the jarring and growing list of predators and abusers. (The Daily Beast)

(On a side note: Please don’t be like this person and come flailing at Gail Simone for not having clairvoyant knowledge of every single perv working in comics. Have I mentioned how much I hate social media?)

Now that he’s staying home with two small children, ingres77 is having a harder time listening to his audiobooks, so he pulled a copy of Stephen King’s Duma Key off the shelf and read the old fashioned way. "And the experience has been a pleasure. It’s reminded me of why I fell in love with reading in the first place." How have your reading habits changed this year? (Cannonball Read 12)




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



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