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Joe Biden Calls for an Assault Rifle Ban, Let's Make That Sh*t Happen

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | March 23, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | March 23, 2021 |


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Following the shootings in Colorado and Atlanta, President Joe Biden is urging Congress to pass a ban on assault rifles. “It was a law for the longest time, and it brought down these mass killings. We should do it again.” (NBC News)

So Prince Harry is the new “Chief Impact Officer” at a startup. — The important thing is he’s getting out there! (Lainey Gossip)

Anna Faris says her “competitiveness” ruined her marriage to Worst Chris, which is an interesting wrinkle. Did not see that coming. (Dlisted)

Chrissy Teigen is starting a cleaning product line with… Kris Jenner? What the hell is in the water today?! (Celebitchy)

Extremist groups are still alive and thriving on Facebook. What a shock! (The Root)

From Roxana: The Netflix DVD delivery service is being steadily gutted, and it’s a major loss that reminds us streaming services will never, ever be as good as having your hands on the real physical thing. “At its peak, in fact, the number of DVD titles possessed by Netflix would have dwarfed the entire streaming libraries of all the major streamers today… combined.” (Paste)

From Kristy: This one is bleak and horrible, and a reminder that ACAB. Before she was murdered by her stalker, 19-year-old Shana Grice was fined for “wasting police time” for reporting him. (Mirror)

Helen Mirren will beat the shit out of Zachary Levi in Shazam: Fury of the Gods, so it’s nice that they’re making the sequel more realistic. That’s not even sarcasm. (Deadline)

For the last time, the GameStop stock thing was entirely a stock bro pump-and-dump with little to no bearing on the real world, so of course GameStop’s earnings call was still boring and ominous as hell. (Link)

Warner Bros. was actually serious when it said its HBO Max release strategy was only for its 2021 films. Also, welcome to the 45-day release window, which I am here for. (IndieWire)

Manimama loved Yaa Gyasi’s debut novel, Homegoing but found Transcendent Kingdom a more challenging read. Still, she says, "I don’t know if I have enough words to describe the way I love Yaa Gyasi’s writing." Whose writing do you love right now? (Cannonball Read 13)

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



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