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Linda Hamilton Would Like to Be Done with 'Terminator' Now, Thanks

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | January 30, 2020 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | January 30, 2020 |


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Science says that humans are at their most miserable at exactly 47.2 years old. Does anyone want to provide anecdotal evidence in the comment section? (The Guardian)

A very interesting new take on the Marshmallow Test: it might not be about delayed gratification, but about being social. (Ars Technica)

Annie Murphy Is Letting Go of Schitt’s. EW, DAVID. (Marie Claire)

Great news for those who couldn’t catch Hamilton in the theater (that would be like, 99.99% of people, yes?). The movie will feature the original Broadway cast! (Full Circle)

When I was a kid, I was obsessed with Old Country Buffet. Particularly those triangle-shaped fried pieces of “fish”. And the self-soft-serve ice cream. Oh god, I want some right now. Here is an article about the economics of all-you-can-eat buffets. (The Hustle)

Though Terminator: Dark Fate received very good reviews, the worldwide box office wasn’t great ($260 million), so a sequel to the planned trilogy is not looking promising. And you know what? Linda Hamilton says she’d be “quite happy” never to do another damn one of those films. We don’t really need anymore Terminator films, either, but where the hell else do we get to see Linda Hamilton? (THR)

Billy Porter says that the Kardashians are “so kind & down-to-earth”, and I dunno about that. I mean, I’m sure they’re kind to him. (Celebitchy)

Why the media is so polarized — and how it polarizes us. (Vox)

Rose Byrne is set to star in a 1980s TV show about aerobics and is that perfect or is that perfect? I can already picture her in spandex and leg warmers. But also, do I need to subscribe to Disney+? (Dlisted)

The Desire for Friendship Runs Deeper in Primates Than We Thought. (Literary Hub)

Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston use the same stylists, which is interesting because he was such a babe when those two were together and then turned into a bit of a slob after their divorce, no? I think Brad chameleons himself to whomever he’s dating, and style-wise, I think Jen is the best choice. (Lainey Gossip)

Welp: The Last Time Democracy Almost Died. (The New Yorker)

Welp, the second: America’s Radioactive Secret. (Rolling Stone)

Welp, the third: The Secret History of Facial Recognition. (Wired)

As someone who remembers very, very little of her childhood, this was a fascinating read for me: How Much Of Your Childhood Are You Supposed To Remember? (MEL Magazine)

I’m just going to leave this link to a graphic of Perceived Aggressiveness Of Presidential Candidate Supporters right here. (Online Harassment Data)

Mainstream Media Are Obsessed With Comparing Bernie to Trump. (Jacobin)

Can you believe January is almost over? In 2020 time flies and a day lasts 300 years. Registration for Cannonball Read 12 ends tomorrow. Reading, reviewing and talking about books is a great way to de-stress from all of *waves arms around* this, and you can help raise money to fight cancer. (Cannonball Read 12)

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