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I thought Duchess Meghan’s baby belly-cupping was overly much last night at the British Fashion Awards, but then I read OtherLainey’s excellent dissection of whether Royal Meghan was sending a message. - (Lainey)
Is it an appropriate headline? No. Did it make me guffaw like a 12-year-old? YER FACE IS! SHU’UP! I can’t help it. I’m immature. - (Celebitchy)
I feel like this should come with some sort of trigger warning, but I have no idea how to label this horror. Madame Tussauds revealed some unbelievably creepy-ass wax heads/masks of Prince Harry and Meghan with actors in festive sweaters wearing them! - (Page Six)
Bristol Palin, who is not a teen, but is a mom, is on MTV’s Teen Mom OG, I guess? And she doesn’t like the way she’s being depicted on the “reality” show. And I cried so many tears for her. Buckets and buckets of tears. - (Dlisted)
The video of that young mother getting arrested and having her 1-year-old baby ripped away from her was harrowing to watch, and that trauma will live with them for years, if not forever. But, in one bit of positive news, Jazmine Headley has been released from Rikers and criminal charges have been dropped. - (The Root)
Emily Blunt looks supercalifragilisticex… oh, you know the rest. She looks great! - (GFY)
No jump shots. No ferns. No memes. Not this time. I’m going to give it to you straight: If you need health insurance for 2019, the deadline to get covered is December 15. Go to https://t.co/ob1Ynoesod today and pass this on — you just might save a life. pic.twitter.com/8mHMsXGY0g— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) December 10, 2018
The Guardians and the War on Truth have been chosen as Time’s 2018 Person of the Year. - (Time)
Click on the Tweet. It’s threaded. It tells a painful story and is especially important to read in light of Time’s Persons of the Year selection.
1. Today I did the annual story on holiday decorations at the Governor's residence. I've done it every year, for years. A very light but very fun story. Every year my reporting partner was Wendi Winters. This year, it was Selene. Wendi was murdered in June. https://t.co/hDlixzieht— Joshua McKerrow (@joshuamckerrow) December 7, 2018
LittlePlat read Australian journalist, Rick Morton’s One Hundred Years Of Dirt to fulfill the "Home, Something, Home" square of the now completed CBR10
Book Review Bingo Challenge. Morton uses his own family history to look at classism and generational trauma in Australia. "[T]he one message that stuck with me was that the long lauded idea our society supposedly celebrates - that of the ‘fair go’ - is full of shit." What book has made you question what you think of your country? (Cannonball Read 10)
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