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Billionaire Dickburger Wants To Let Lord Treasonballs Back on Twitter

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 10, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 10, 2022 |


In a move that virtually everyone saw coming a mile away, Elon Musk wants to get rid of Trump’s permanent Twitter ban, which he called “morally bad” and “foolish to the extreme.” Insurrection 2: Jan 6 Jan Furiouser should be lit, yo. (Daily Beast)

Justin Timberlake is amazingly not obscuring Jessica Biel at the red carpet premiere of Hulu’s Candy. (Lainey Gossip)

The internet has mixed feelings on Britney constantly posting nudes to Instagram, and no, I’m not thinking about how just one of these could’ve powered my old site for weeks. You’re thinking that. (Dlisted)

It’s another daughter for Alec and Hilaria Baldwin, which by my count, puts them at 847. Give or take. (Celebitchy)

From Claude:

From Steven: As part of my doctoring (no, not that kind of doctor) I spoke at the Council on Foreign Relations about state-sponsored disinformation operations and the pandemic. (CFR)

The YouTubers are not okay. (Vox)

James Cromwell glued himself to a Starbucks counter after finding out they upcharge for soy and/or oatmilk. He was not having it! (ABC 27)

From Kayleigh:

Despite internet rumors fueled by plausible trailer images, Tom Cruise ended up not being a multiversal Iron Man variant in Doctor Strange 2. But not for lack of trying! (Rolling Stone)

Netflix’s cheaper, ad-based tier will be ready by end of year. (Deadline)

Imagine making Disney look like the sympathetic good guy again. That’s how badly Republicans are f*cking up in their quest for vengeance over the company dragging its feet to condemn “Don’t Say Gay.” (Variety)

RaRaGabor calls Edward Ashton’s Mickey7 "a delightful little SciFi romp, and a super quick read." Mickey’s job on the colonial expedition is to be expendable, but now there are two Mickey clones. What would be worse, an awful, dangerous job, or an awful, dangerous job that you have to keep doing after it kills you? (Cannonball Read 14)

From Hannah: