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Everybody in the White House Is F--king Miserable

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | May 10, 2018 |

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | May 10, 2018 |


Actual lyrics from an actual rapper: I got these bitches topless / They say I’m an asshole ‘cause I only spit hot shit. When you find out who this rapper’s mom is, you’re going to legit lose your shit. (Lainey)

We have avoided writing about Georgina Chapman’s profile today (she is Harvey Weinstein’s ex-wife). It’s a lot, and hot takes elude us. We’ll let Kaiser handle this. (Celebitchy)

Selena Gomez “might finally be de-programmed of her dickmatization to Canada’s unofficial dirtbag.” (DListed)

Marion Cotillard has decided to go, as the Fug Girls write, “David Lee Roth-meets-Sandy from Grease.” It kind of works. Right? Somehow, she looks both classy and like someone I might find drinking out of a brown paper bag in front of a 7/11. (GFY)

There’s a great bit in Chris Rock’s most recent Netflix special, where he muses that bad guys like Trump may, in the end, just never get their comeuppance. You know what I think? I think serving as President is his comeuppance. Everyone in the White House is absolutely miserable, Trump included. More recently, the head of Homeland Security, Kirstjen Nielsen, drafted a resignation letter this week and nearly submitted it after Trump berated her about the “porous” Mexican border in front of the rest of the cabinet. (NYTimes)

“It doesn’t matter, he’s dying anyway,” said special assistant to the President, Kelly Sadler, about John McCain’s opposition to Gina Haspel as CIA director. Classy. Real fucking classy. (The Hill)

The good news is, Rick & Morty has not only been renewed, 70 additional episodes have been ordered, which is probably more than Dan Harmon can handle before he has another meltdown. (Polygon)

The bad news is, in addition to Brooklyn Nine Nine’s cancellation, Last Man on Earth and The Mick have been cancelled, the latter of which is the most inexplicable given its decent ratings. I think Fox is shaking things, dramatically, and not in a good way. Meanwhile, I really do hope that Hulu picks up Brooklyn Nine Nine. (The AV Club)

“So let me get this right: Opioid abuse is largely a white problem, so we treat it, and crack is largely a black problem, so we jail it.” (Very Smart Brothas)

Men should stop talking so much. (Vulture)

I liked John Green’s Looking for Alaska! It’s going to be a series on Hulu now. (FSR)

So, Petr Knava writes for us, and many of you may or may not know this, but Petr Knava is basically the ideal human: He’s socialist; he works in non-profit; he is in a rock band; he’s an impeccable writer; and he’s basically the best-looking guy I know, plus he has a British accent to boot. I don’t know what he is in London, but he’s an American 10. We keep expecting to find out that he’s secretly a murderer because humans aren’t meant to be this perfect. Anyway, here he is on Facebook Live drinking Czech beer and talking geopolitical politics, in case you needed another reason to adore him. We’re gonna lose him one day, and it’s gonna suck, but this guy is gonna be a BFD somewhere, and I’m going to be his biggest goddamn fan. (Facebook)

Anne of Green Gables “became such a symbol of freedom, family and independence that a copy was issued by the Polish army to all its soldiers before the Second World War.” (The Canadian Encyclopedia)

I almost don’t want Deadpool 2 to come out because I don’t want the marketing campaign to end. (/Film)

Alice Hoffman has been ardaigle’s favorite author since she was in her late teens. The book Practical Magic prompted her to read all the Hoffman she could find. She loved the magical realism and the flawed characters. Recently though, she read Skylight Confessions, "Rather than find this story of generations and a fragmented family engaging, I spent most of the time just annoyed." Is it Alice, or has ardaigle grown out of her love of Alice Hoffman? (Cannonball Read 10)

Dustin is the founder and co-owner of Pajiba. You may email him here, follow him on Twitter, or listen to his weekly TV podcast, Podjiba.

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