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Jennifer Garner Endorsing Masks and Vaccines? I’ll Take It!

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 9, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 9, 2021 |


After starring in Peppermint and at least one Christian-y film, I’ve had my concerns about Jennifer Garner. So it was goddamn refreshing to see her fully backing masks and the vaccine in her back-to-school post on Instagram. Moms like her down-to-earth mom-ness, and if she can move the needle even a tiny bit, hell frickin’ yeah. (Instagram)

Are we sure Tom Cruise is still filming Mission: Impossible 7 and not just jumping off of random sh*t to prove he’s an immortal space god? (Lainey Gossip)

Ted Cruz tried to dunk on Patton Oswalt. You can guess how that went. (Dlisted)

For Vulture, Roxana wrote about being Muslim in America after Sept. 11, and how the Ramy episode “Strawberries” made clear the public performance of patriotism that became a kind of paranoid purity test. (Vulture)

The newest issue of Kayleigh’s newsletter, Gossip Reading Club is live, one day early! It discusses the murder of actress and Playmate Dorothy Stratten, and the super disdainful profile of her death that won the Village Voice a Pulitzer Prize. (Gossip Reading Club)

Howard Stern gets it. (Celebitchy)

On a related note, I won’t lose sleep over any of these people’s deaths. (Raw Story)

From Claude: Ksenia Coffman’s fellow editors have called her a vandal and a McCarthyist. She just wants them to stop glorifying fascists—and start citing better sources. (Wired)

Apparently Christopher Nolan wasn’t f*cking around. For the first time in almost two decades, he’s shopping his first movie outside of Warner Bros. (Deadline)

The God of War: Ragnarok trailer is finally here, and according to Sony, this will be the final installment in its Norse mythology tale. So at this time, I’d like to pitch the next logical step for the franchise: Kratos vs. Jesus. We ride! (Polygon)

And now to address the shrieking elephant in the room: I will never write a funnier punchline than Meghan McCain quitting The View to write for a tabloid that routinely published rumors about how awful she is to work with. There’s no beating that. (Daily Mail)

Blauracke would recommend physicist Brian Greene as a gateway to science books about the universe. "First of all, Greene is a master of explaining difficult concepts by mainly using analogies and thought experiments to great effect." Which authors do you turn to for explanations about complex topics? (Cannonball Read 13)

Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.

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