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Elon Musk Wants To Charge Everybody To Use Twitter Now

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 18, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 18, 2023 |


Sorry for the noticeable lack of Lee Pace handsomeness. I’m not a big believer in child-proofing the internet for grown adults, but I am a huge proponent of making sure everyone knows what stupid mug is responsible for whatever stupid thing said mug cooked up. In this case, Elon Musk reportedly wants to start charging everybody to use Twitter. I know this keeps getting said a lot — and God knows I’m guilty of it — but this has to be the final death blow to that site. And by death blow I mean fully converting it to a right-wing fever swamp of Elon simps who will hopefully eat each other alive. (Variety)

Maren Morris’s announcement that she is leaving country music will not come as a surprise to some. (Lainey Gossip)

Joe Manganiello already has a new girlfriend. (Celebitchy)

Here’s Ron DeSantis whining about “abortion tourism” in case you forgot how much you hate him. (Wonkette)

Check out Chris and his pals Brendan and Leigh discussing the very, very early-2000s Monica Potter vehicle I’m With Lucy on Why Did We Watch This, the podcast where three pals sit down with a troubled movie and a themed cocktail to discuss what worked, what didn’t, and how they would “fix” it. (Apple)

From Jen: It’s The Bear’s park now. (KIRO 7)

From Tori: Utterly predictable. Tim Ballard’s departure from Operation Underground Railroad follows a sexual misconduct investigation. (Vice)

From Ciara: The National casually dropped their second album this year. (Pitchfork)

From Lainey: These people are far nicer than I am. Also, keep reading to the end. (Akron Beacon Journal)

From Petr: Halle Berry absolutely did not give Drake permission to use an image of her getting slimed for new single. (THR)

From TK: I couldn’t love Jessica Chastain more. (Instagram)

Richard Osman’s Thursday Murder Club series is currently kfishgirl’s favorite, she even liked the way the book switch character points of view (it usually bugs her). “I wanted to know what EVERYONE was doing at every moment.” What series has you excited right now? (Cannonball Read 15)

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