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Bruce Willis Got Kicked Out of a Los Angeles Pharmacy for Refusing to Wear a Mask

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | January 12, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | January 12, 2021 |


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Bruce Willis has developed a very strong reputation for being an asshole to work with, and he hasn’t been shy about his conservative leanings either. So it really shouldn’t come as a total surprise that he was kicked out of a pharmacy in Los Angeles — where the pandemic is raging — for refusing to wear a mask. (Page Six)

Olivia Wilde gave a prophetic monologue in 2012 about her relationships only lasting seven years. (Lainey Gossip)

Remember how there used to be jokes about Michael Jackson’s family giving each other new faces for Christmas? Don’t know why I just thought of that… (Dlisted)

Gwen Stefani’s first marriage to some British dude who cheated on her with the nanny has been annulled. (Celebitchy)

Please stop inviting Damon Young to Clubhouse. He’s begging you. (The Root)

Meghan McCain says Trump’s riot would’ve “killed her father.” Uh yeah, that was kind of the point. Also, maybe have a talk with your husband about his piece of shit website that supports all of this. (Daily Beast)

From Tori: “I appreciate that Lego is trying to capture the going-out-of-their-mind, stay-at-home adult crowd, but all they really needed to do was put out another video game. Yes, I know they’re for kids, but they’re the only ones I can play by myself shut up.” (Fast Company)

Chuck Schumer got heckled by a Trump supporter who says she was “sexually excited” by the attack on the Capitol. So just FYI, the terrorists are horny. Be careful. (TMZ)

House of Cards creator Beau Willimon is making a TV series based on Risk — the board game. I mean, it can’t be more ridiculous than Frank Underwood constantly peeing on graves, but OK. (IndieWire)

Dsbs42 was looking for a pre-bedtime comfort read and picked up Dad is Fat by Jim Gaffigan. "Don’t be too put-off by the three-star review - it does exactly what it sets out to do, so if you’re looking for a short, amusing, relatable read…you could do worse than Dad is Fat (book title chosen by former child of Gaffigan)." What does a three-star review mean to you? (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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