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Did Stephen Miller Use Spray-On Hair And Go on TV? (Warning: Stephen Miller's Creepy Face)

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | December 16, 2018 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | December 16, 2018 |


The Cambridges have released their family Christmas card photo and Prince George is in Big Boy long pants! - (Lainey)

TK said, “Gary Sinise is good people” and as much as I enjoy arguing with TK any chance I get, I can’t argue with that. - (CBS)

This is a fascinating find and joyful and beautiful and wonderful! The first on-screen kiss between black people from *1898*! - (Shadow and Act)

Kristy dropped by the new true-crime podcast American Grift to talk about Lee Israel, Can You Ever Forgive Me, and cannibal tacos. - (iTunes)

As Genny said, “Idris remains perfect.” - (The Times)

Roxana sent me this on Friday and it made me giggle too. “Mr. Trash Wheel is a big old wheel that sifts through trash in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. It has a great Twitter account, and this has kept me laughing all morning.”

Speaking of trash, did Stephen Miller use spray-on hair (badly) and then go on tv? (warning: Stephen Miller’s creepy face) - (Splinter)

Over the weekend, Pete Davidson posted on Instagram and had people very concerned for his safety. He was (physically) ok and appeared briefly on Saturday Night Live to introduce the musical act, but he’s since deleted his IG. - (Celebitchy)

Hey, so turns out wasn’t locked down by Disney/Marvel before they released the title and trailer for Avengers: Endgame. That was dumb. But! Some guy bought it and redirected it to Deadpool. And then it gets even better! - (io9)

Ugh. Why is Miss USA even still a thing? - (WashPo)

Seriously, let’s just have Miss Universe for everything! These costumes are AH-MAH-zing! - (GFY)

Generally, birds creep me out, but this one cracks me up! - (Dlisted)

OG Cannonballer Prisco suggests episode 34, "It’s a Dead Man’s Party, Who Could Ask for More?" for a taste of his book review podcast, Killing My Kindle. In this episode, he reviews Jonathan L. Howard’s Johannes Cabal The Necromancer by Jonathan L. Howard and The Masked City by Genevieve Cogman. About the Cabal series he says, "A great anti-hero, darkly funny, and clever as all hell.  Literally at some points." Do you listen to book podcasts? (Cannonball Read 10)

Lainey is the copy editor & linkmaster. You can Tweet at her on Twitter.

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