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Harvey Weinstein Hired Ex-Mossad Agents To Silence His Accusers

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | November 6, 2017 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | November 6, 2017 |

The Jersey Shore “kids” are all bent out of shape because they weren’t consulted on the new Floribama Shore sex crime waiting to happen show - (Dlisted)

Ronan Farrow has a New Yorker piece up today detailing the efforts that Harvey Weinstein took to silence his accusers for the last year, including hiring an army of investigators to compile psychological profiles focused on the personal or sexual histories of both the accusers and the journalists. It’s an insane story. (New Yorker)

Bourdain basically sums it up:

In unrelated news, Taylor Swift’s lawyer wrote a letter to a blogger of little note threatening her for insinuating that Swift is a Nazi sympathizer. Basically, he brought plastic explosives to a cap gun fight. (Deadspin)

Zoe Saldana wore a lovely dress that came with football shoulder pads and roses on top. - (GFY)

Matthew McConaughey was in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky over the weekend and gave out 4,500 free frozen turkeys to residents. Awwww! Alright, alright, alright. - (Celebitchy)

Maybe I should save this for our Christmas gift ideas post, but I can’t wait that long to share it with all of you. It’s just too disgusting (although, I fear many of you will think it is AMAHZING. I will pray for you.) to keep to myself. Your bottle of ranch dressing too small? No worries! - (Delish)

Puff Diddy is changing his name again. Whatever, dude. I’m going to just call him Someone Pay Attention to ME! That’s his new name, as far as I’m concerned. - (LG)

There are few people we trust to make a Nazi comedy. Actually, it’s probably only Mel Brooks and Taika Waititi. So good news! - (IndieWire)

On the first day of open enrollment last year for Obamacare, 100,000 people signed up. On the first day this year — despite Trump actively suppressing promotion of it — 200,000 people signed up! (The Hill)

The smiles! Emilia Clarke and Jason Momoa reuniting in London is so goddamn cute. You really can’t help but smile along with them. - (Buzzfeed)

Scootsa1000 has a new job with Scholastic, one that keeps her talking about books all day. For her seventh Cannonball, scootsa1000 reviewed the first book her new job brought her - 2017 Newbery Award winner The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill. Geared towards 4th - 6th graders, it’s a story about family, traditions, magic and consequences. There’s also a witch, a tiny dragon, and a poetic bog monster. What’s the best thing you got from a new job? (Cannonball Read 9)

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