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Elon Musk Thinks Tucker Carlson Is ‘Irrational’ Now

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | April 22, 2024 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | April 22, 2024 |


For a while there, it seemed like Elon Musk and Tucker Carlson were thick as thieves as the former hosted whatever the latter is doing with his post-Fox News career. Well, apparently, there’s been a vibe change, and Tucker’s latest appearance on The Joe Rogan Experience appears to be the catalyst. Turns out Elon Musk has a line, and it’s denying evolution while saying aliens are “spiritual entities” that are already here on Earth. Elon didn’t gargle enough ketamine to get on board with that one. Yet. (Mediaite)

Eddie Redmayne’s opening night outfit as the Master of Ceremonies in a Cabaret revival on Broadway lives up to his character. (Lainey Gossip)

Reporting your child’s vaccine status is now voluntary in the batsh*t libertarian hellhole calling itself New Hampshire. Hope you dorks like measles! (Wonkette)

Kayleigh wrote about the very weird experience of being harassed for a bad Taylor Swift review she didn’t write. (Substack)

Mel Brooks is teasing a Spaceballs sequel. (Gizmodo)

The Quiet on Set participants wouldn’t have cooperated if they knew Investigation Discovery was involved. (The Mary Sue)

From Nate: Eminem celebrates 16 years sober. (PEOPLE)

A link between Truth Social and Russian sex pills? Be stiff, my heart. (The Daily Beast)

The creator of the Fallout games shares his thoughts on the series. (Kotaku)

From Steven: I was actually watching this game live and saw it happen just now, pretty hilarious. Yankees manager gets ejected from the game for the fan behind him yelling something at the umpire. They were both mic’ed so you could hear it go down like The Fugitive: “It wasn’t me.” “I don’t care.” (Yanks Go Yard)

Anne Hathaway says “chemistry” tests in the early 2000s were “gross.” (IndieWire)

Happy Earth Day! Like many of us, KimMiE” thinks owls are fascinating and found a lot of good information in Jennifer Ackerman’s What an Owl Knows: The New Science of the World’s Most Enigmatic Birds. “Regarding ‘What can we do to protect them’ I’m going to make this really easy and boil it down to one recommendation: For the love of God, STOP using rodenticide.” What book with an environmental theme would you recommend? (Cannonball Read 16)