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Did Shia LaBeouf Steal Someone's MAGA Hat?

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | October 1, 2020 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | October 1, 2020 |


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The estate that owns the copyright to Sherlock Holmes is suing Netflix for portraying Mr. Holmes as “too emotional”. (We Got This Covered)

Camila Morrone and Leonardo DiCaprio adopted a husky. This is the furthest Leo has ever committed in a relationship, no? (Lainey Gossip)

This is promising: The NYT Cooking section is making changes to how they credit the original recipe source. (NYT)

Shia LaBeouf was charged with two misdemeanors: battery, and petty theft. Details are scant, however, apparently “Shia took the dude’s cap and ran off.” What if it was a MAGA hat? (Dlisted)

Frauds, frauds, frauds. They’re all super frauds. The Kushners’ Freddie Mac Loan Wasn’t Just Massive. It Came With Unusually Good Terms, Too. (ProPublica)

Mike embedded a photo of Armie Hammer in yesterday’s Pajiba Love, but in case the douche stench didn’t waft your way, the quotes from that interview are even worse than the photo (T&L). To cleanse the palette, here are some hot photos of Lenny Kravitz with some wholesome quotes instead. (Also at T&L)

And speaking of douches, this is not a good look, Brad: Brad Pitt wants Angelina’s Girl Interrupted costar to testify in the custody trial. (Celebitchy)

Today we have two Extremely Out Of Touch stories. First, this letter (#3 on the post) is from a very upset man who got his feefees hurt that his workplace won’t address him using his title, which is Lord. (Ask a Manager). And then, we have this:

Ma Rainey’s First Look: Viola Davis Joins Chadwick Boseman In The Late Actor’s Final Film. (The Playlist)

Watchmen’s Emmy-Winning Cord Jefferson Has Seen Your Thirst Tweets About Him. (Elle)

We keep saying, “Listen to the scientists,” and this piece at Rolling Stone does just that. A profile of the numerous doctors at the University of Maryland School of Medicine involved in developing and testing the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. (Rolling Stone)

Inject this straight into my veins: The Long Golden Age of Useless, American Crap. (Lit Hub)

And this one is so incredibly interesting: How three prior pandemics triggered massive societal shifts. (The Conversation)

Another of 2019’s most challenged books, Alex Gino’s middle-grade book, George, also centered LGBTQIA+ issues. Narfna loved the kindness of this book about a young girl who most people see as a boy. "It encourages empathy, imagination, and kindness, something all kids (and grown-ups) can always benefit from." Don’t you wish there had been more good books about trans kids when you were a kid? (Cannonball Read 12)




Ursula is a Staff Contributor for Pajiba. You can follow her on Twitter.



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