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Jim And Pam Were Not Meant To Be 💔

By Lainey Bobainey and Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | March 29, 2020 |

By Lainey Bobainey and Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | March 29, 2020 |


The Office Planned to Break Up Jim and Pam in the Final Season. (Complex)

I feel you, Katie Holmes. I feel you. - (Celebitchy)

There’s not enough geopolitics in Pajiba Love, so Professor Wilson wrote about how Russia and China are competing to control the Arctic now that climate change is melting the ice cap. (The Diplomat)

No, but for real, I know you’re all probably tired of hearing about Tiger King and Joe Exotic, (or you’re just starting it and can’t get enough!) but damn, Chloe Finerman has quite the Carole Baskin impression. - (Lainey)

This story hasn’t been covered by most news outlets. The original was published in The Intercept and Vox picked it up. Now Biden sexual assault allegations are appearing in a third publication. (Newsweek)

Social distancing for pandemics isn’t anything new. American cities had varying levels of success at flattening the curve of the 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic with social distancing. - (National Geographic)

How Drag Queens Are Going Digital in the Wake of Coronavirus. (GQ)

When consulting experts on Covid-19, I think we can all agree that the president should absolutely be getting pandemic advice from Alex Rodriguez, right? What?! - (Dlisted)

I’m going to keep screaming about M4A until I lose my voice: Teen Who Died of Covid-19 Was Denied Treatment Because He Didn’t Have Health Insurance. (Gizmodo)

I can’t imagine anyone you know still thinks the pandemic is a “Democrat Hoax” but if so, show them this link, where a makeshift field hospital is being set up in Central Park. - (Buzzfeed News)

Love and food and infidelity. (The Cut)

Y’all: It was just technical difficulties that caused Jeanine Pirro to noticeably slur her words during last night’s telecast, and by “technical difficulties,” I think they must mean, “She spilled her wine.” (Vulture)

If you were fretting about being unable to buy Girl Scout cookies this year due to :waves arms: *all of this*, fret no more! - (Thrillist)

Against Productivity in a Pandemic. Why are we being told—by bosses, by fitness apps, by ourselves—to optimize this “new” time to get things done? (The New Republic)

Things are about to get much rougher if the Instacart workers go on strike. GIVE THEM WHAT THEY’RE ASKING FOR! They deserve it, dammit. - (R29)

Jane de Oliveira set out to protect the world’s largest rain forest from the corporate interests that are burning it to the ground. Then the armed men showed up. (VF)

I think Dustin shared this in one of his posts, but it really needs to be highlighted: The Four Possible Timelines for Life Returning to Normal. (The Atlantic)

Ingres77 enjoyed Brandon Sanderson’s alternate universe The Rithmatist very much. The magical system in the YA book is creative and unusual. "He found that drawing specific shapes with chalk could create chalklings, and defend against them." The downside is that Sanderson won’t write the second book until he feels comfortable writing about the Aztec Empire. Which books have you been waiting a long time for the author to write? (Cannonball Read 12)

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