I know it’s not nice to make fun of the way kids/babies look, but I think it’s ok when it’s Tallulah Willis making fun of herself as a baby? Not sure. Regardless, I laughed like a loon! - (Lainey)
Usually, I get my fashion fix from GFY, but I saw these gorgeous people in these gorgeous outfits while I was perusing Celebitchy, so here we are. - (Celebitchy)
Oh, shit, Janelle Monáe. I actually sucked in my breath when I saw this cover. She is beyond beautiful. - (GFY)
Lady Gaga launched her highly anticipated makeup line today on Amazon. Although, technically, it’s a pre-launch since products won’t ship until September and you’re only able to pre-order them now. - (TV)
This is so meta - the McElroys are back with the second volume of their graphic novel based on a podcast based on a D&D game, and they and their artist are interviewed by Courtney, who used to write Pajiba Love. Whew, that’s a lot! - (SFYWIRE)
Bless Jaden Smith’s heart. I mean, on one hand, he seems to be coming from a good place. On the other hand, oh, bless his wealthy, privileged, no-one-ever-told-him-no heart. - (Dlisted)
It’s good to see a news outlet like CNN calling out Trump’s racism for what it is - racism. - (CNN)
The number of people replying to her, who completely missed the joke, is why I avoid Twitter.
i mean, trump is right, most of those congresswomen are from a country whose government is a complete and total catastrophe— Megan Amram (@meganamram) July 14, 2019
Roxana shared this in our Slack: “Of course SVU tackled Epstein! Sort of!” - (VF)
Kayleigh shared this and said, “I have found pure evil.” I couldn’t even watch the whole thing without gagging. This is just so wrong!
Mindhunter returns on August 16th and this season will focus on the Atlanta child murders of the late ’70s/early ’80s. As a child myself in the late ’70s/early ’80s, I don’t know much about these horrible crimes, but I’m glad to see them getting some coverage as they’re still unsolved. - (Shadow and Act)
Meanwhile, at the border, agents are getting their jollies by forcing a 3-year-old to make a literal “Sofi’s Choice.” No doubt they thought this was hilarious when it was recounted later in their Facebook group. - (Splinter)
Aquillia has wanted to read Guy Gavriel Kay’s historical fantasy, The Lions of Al-Rassan, for a long time. She jumped at the chance when it came up on her library’s Overdrive system, but she might not have written a review if the CBR11 Book Bingo Reading Challenge hadn’t just started. "All stories have meaning, but this may be the first time that I wept for the slow death of a civilization, not just the deaths of characters (though I wept for that reason too)." Do you need some motivation to read this summer? It’s not too late to join the Bingo Challenge. (Cannonball Read 11)
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