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Human Trash Jake Paul's Home Searched By The FBI

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | August 6, 2020 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | August 6, 2020 |


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ARE SYDNEY AND WILL FINALLY TOGETHER? Was Milo Rambaldi a time traveler? Where is Michael Vartan? Is he OK? Is he happy? Does he need a pandemic companion? Truly, I only care about that last one. (Lainey Gossip)

Famous You Tuber and sentient human trash Jake Paul’s mansions in California and Nevada were searched by the FBI. Dude had a rifle propped up against his hot tub. I think I speak for everyone when I say: WHAT THE SH*T?! (Buzzfeed)

Best Chris is a gift who keeps on giving. (T&L)

I did not know that Cameron Diaz makes wine now. But this TikTok (I’m sorry) of a “wine challenge” is actually pretty cute. (Dlisted)

Zoe Saldana apologized and said, “I should have never played Nina.” (Celebitchy)

It’s really great to hear this straight from the source: The Matrix director: I’m glad film recognised as trans metaphor. (The Guardian)

This is wild: Dinosaurs Suffered From Cancer, Too. A bone containing signs of cancer is the first of its kind found in the fossil record. (Smithsonian Mag)

Simone Biles Would Like to Thank Herself. (Vice)

Airstreams and Inflatable Pools: Inside the Cutthroat Staycation Economy. (Medium)

Is the Postal Service Being Manipulated to Help Trump Get Reëlected? (The New Yorker)

McDonald’s Has a Real Sexual Harassment Problem. (The Nation)

Tuesday was an incredible night for the progressive movement! CA makes the case for progressive groups to invest in Mayoral and City Council races. (Current Affairs)

Here is some new news about COVID: Eli Lilly is testing a way to prevent covid-19 that’s not a vaccine. (MIT Technology Review)

In the wake of the Chris D’Elia and Bryan Callen allegations, female comics share stories of the sexism and sexual harassment that’s rooted deep in the stand-up scene. “For new [male] comics, it’s normal that a more established comic will give them a list of open-mic gigs to try. Whereas for women, it’s: ‘Here’s the people and gigs to avoid.’” (The Guardian)

Blingle Bells feels like she’s a couple of years late discovering The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. "I’m a sucker for a book with a large cast of characters who all feel unique and distinct, and THUG nailed it." What books were you glad you read, years after they were making headlines? (Cannonball Read 12)

Bon Appétit continues to disappoint.




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



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