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Don't Let the A**holes Gaslight You Into Thinking You Didn't See Exactly What You Thought You Saw

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | January 21, 2019 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | January 21, 2019 |


Jessica Simpson is having another girl child and will name this one after a former first lady … wait, what? - (Lainey)

Good Christ, there is just a whole smorgasbord of yuck going on with many of these looks. - (GFY)

Robert Pattinson looks like the lead character out of a misguided and aborted Star Wars prequel here. (Celebitchy)

While we celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. today, let’s not forget to thank the one person most responsible for establishing this holiday: Coretta Scott King. (TMS)

Meanwhile, here’s MLK on white privilege, police brutality, and reparations, in his own words. (The Root)

And here’s a lengthy piece on the whitewashing of King’s assassination - (The Atlantic)

Prince Phillip? Car crash? What?! (Dlisted)

From Roxana: If there’s one piece you read on the Nathan Phillips/MAGA Chuds situation, let it be this one, and don’t let anyone in the media tell you that you didn’t see exactly what you thought you saw. - (Deadspin)

In sad news, the founder and former head of Deciem (The Ordinary and NIOD), Brandon Truaxe, has apparently died by suicide. - (Buzzfeed)

This one is for The Walking Dead fans: You think you know everyone on the show? How about a character who has been on the series for four seasons, and more episodes than Jon Bernthal, and still no one knows his name. (Uproxx)

So, you’re a very ticklish person, but have you ever noticed that you still can’t tickle yourself? Here’s why. (PopSci)

You’ll want to click this Twitter link to see the replies, because the human 10-year challenge was fine, whatever. The DOG 10-year challenge is perfection. - (Twitter)

CDK was happy to start her year with an entertaining YA fantasy. Kendare Blake’s Three Dark Crowns is about triplet sisters who must fight to the death to become queen in their 16th year. "Critiques on the island’s bizarre political system aside, the book did well to establish pretty robust female characters in the Queens and also several side characters who support each of the Queens." Should we insist our political systems involve more fancy dress balls? You can register for Cannonball Read 11 and review books about your favorite, or least favorite, ways of governing a nation. (Cannonball Read 11)

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