film / tv / politics / social media / lists / web / celeb / pajiba love / misc / about / cbr
film / tv / politics / web / celeb


Harambe Is Trending Because Of Elon Musk. Are We Sure We Want To Put Him In Charge Of Space Stuff?

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | March 31, 2019 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | March 31, 2019 |


Elon Musk, aged 47, “dropped” (kill me now) a rap (please, please kill me) about Harambe (please, for the love of god, put me out of my misery). (Soundcloud)

On one hand, it’s depressing that this post from 2014 is so relevant to something happening today, on the other hand, it’s the absolute perfect response to that Catholic Notre Dame mother’s freak out over leggings. (Salt Collective)

You cannot tell me that these aren’t the actual lyrics to Footloose. (BuzzFeed)

Salma Hayek is not into Boomerangs and neither am I so basically we’re best friends now, right? (Celebitchy)

This is for all you true crime aficionados. (Refinery29)

Did you listen to the Howard Stern interview with Alec Baldwin? The Other Lainey said it was really interesting and I might just give it a shot even though I dislike both these people. (Lainey Gossip)

How the Ricketts family schemed to buy the Chicago Cubs. (Deadspin)

God bless Queen Máxima and her enormous hats. She is probably the most fun royal, right? (GFY)

A very good read about the day the dinosaurs died. (The New Yorker)

Simon Cowell firing Sharon Osbourne due to her age is something that every single person can believe. (Dlisted)

I hate the stock market. I hate that it even exists, and to be honest, whenever I think about it, I don’t understand how it’s even a legal thing. This article only made me hate it more. (Mel Magazine)

Speaking of awful people, here is an article about a couple who made a million bucks by scheming the charter school system. (LA Times)

Well, just as we’re really getting serious about killing our oceans, scientists found a microbe inside fish that might be used as a new antibiotic. So, uhm, yay? (The Conversation)

The Matrix is 20 years old, which makes me feel ancient. Here is a list of 15 neat facts about the movie. (Mental Floss)

Why Didn’t They Ask Evans? was the first Agatha Christie book Malin read as a kid. "I got my love of books from my mother, and through my adolescence, I was a member of a subscription Book-of-the-Month Club. Only once I got older, did I realise just how generous my Mum actually was." She was happy the book held up on reread. What childhood favorites have you enjoyed revisiting? (Cannonball Read 11)

Ursula is a Staff Contributor for Pajiba. You can follow her on Twitter.

Header Image Source: Getty