OtherLainey gets it: Hemsworth is, despite what You People all chose, #1 First Best Chris. I won’t hear another word about it. - (Lainey)
I didn’t know you could tour Chernobyl. I really don’t know why you’d want to, but different strokes and all that. - (Celebitchy)
Meanwhile in Chernobyl: Instagram influencers flocking to the site of the disaster. pic.twitter.com/LnRukoLirQ— Bruno Zupan (@komacore) June 9, 2019
This is insane, and the creator of Chernobyl would like you all to please stop. (Buzzfeed)
Katy Perry and Taylor Swift have called an end to their war. Also there were cookies! - (Vulture)
Dr. Wilson shared this in our Slack, “We’ve discovered an inexplicable dense mass of metal five times the size of Hawaii buried under the Moon’s South Pole.” - (CNN)
I know the ad industry thinks kids are dumb, but this is just revolting. And also, why not make it something slightly healthier, like a vinaigrette and make it iridescent and call it Unicorn Snot or something? Kids like that shit, right? - (Dlisted)
We live in The Future and if this doesn’t touch your heart, it could only be because you don’t have one. Thanks for sharing this, Kristy!
Highlight of the whole @hayfestival, thanks to @BBCClick. Daisy, who’s blind, uses GiveVision goggles to read for the first time in 6 years.— Jamie Bartlett (@JamieJBartlett) June 11, 2019
Reminder of the amazing things technology can do. pic.twitter.com/eGCTTDcpFg
We live in The Future, but the Catholic Church lives in The Past. Thankfully, the female students at this Catholic school know The Future is better and decidedly less misogynistic, so they’re protesting to make it that way. - (TMS)
Oooh, girl, RUN!
There’s a (formerly) locked room in our Airbnb that contains two guns, an erotic painting, and a typewriter whose keys are entirely made of teeth.— Ashley Fryer (@ashleyfryer) June 11, 2019
Janetfaust decided she wanted to tackle Steven Erikson’s The Malazan Book of the Fallen series last year. Her first CBR11 review is of the 4th book of the series, House of Chains. The 4th book starts off with all new characters before eventually making its way back to what janetfaust considers the main story. "What does Erikson consider the main story? Well, that’s a good question and I think it’s open to interpretation." Have you made it through this epic high fantasy series? (Cannonball Read 11)
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