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Line Up, Ladies: Donald Trump Jr. May Be Single Again (and Elon Musk Should Be)

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | March 14, 2018 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | March 14, 2018 |


Happy Pi Day! Here are the basics about the tricksy little number. (Time)

Today our hearts are with all the students who walked out of schools to protest gun violence. (NPR)

Professor Stephen Hawking died yesterday. He was a brilliant and funny man. If you’re interested in reading further into his academic work, you can read about his PhD thesis paper, Properties of Expanding Universes, at this link. (The Conversation)

And this is a link to the funniest interview with Professor Stephen Hawking and John Oliver. (IFLScience)

You know that quote “dance like nobody’s watching”? TayTay took that to heart. (Lainey Gossip)

Red Sparrow didn’t do well at the box office and some are saying this might mean trouble for Jennifer Lawrence’s career. What do you think? My opinion is that Red Sparrow is a terrible movie and not indicative of JLaw’s future success. (I thought she was phenomenal in mother!) (Celebitchy)

It wouldn’t be a proper Spice Girl reunion without Posh, but I’m not worried; it looks like all five ladies are trying to make it happen. (Dlisted)

Yes, I know it’s Pi Day, but I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share these gorgeous Harry Potter cakes with you. (Book Riot)

So what exactly does a $31,000 dining table look like? (T&C)

If you thought that Tomi Lahren couldn’t get any viler, have I got a surprise for you! Turns out she’s a dog-kicker. (The Wrap)

It looks like the ladies of America’s Got Talent were told that “big hair” was the dress code for the red carpet event, and honestly, all the ladies look terrific. (GFY)

I think we can all agree that YouTube commenters are the worst, right? Today, the CEO of YouTube announced that they will begin to include Wikipedia links below conspiracy theory videos. (Motherboard)

STEVE, or the Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement, is a thin, east-to-west, purple glow in the northern night sky discovered by a bunch of citizen scientists. Way to go, star nerds! (Science Mag)

What’s whiter than an avocado and kale cocktail created by a Bostonian bartender named Ryan? Nothing. The answer is nothing. (The Root)

According to “multiple sources,” Donald Trump Jr. and his wife of 13 years are headed toward divorce. “The problems have been there for a long time, the couple had hoped to stay together during the president’s time in office, but it is getting harder to resolve.” (Page 6)

Elon Musk is not a good husband. You should read this story about his ex-ex-wife Talulah Riley. (Marie Claire)

Headline of the day: Man Dressed as Elsa from Frozen Single-Handedly Rescues a Boston Police Wagon Stuck in a Snowbank (People)

This article is a real-life plot from your standard daytime soap opera, except all of the characters are white nationalists. (Vice)

Have you seen the Chicago River dyed green for St. Patrick’s Day? It’s very bright. Here is a quick history of this tradition. (Mental Floss)

Liza Minnelli’s baked potatoes include butter, sour cream, caviar, and a splash of vodka…I need to step up my tater game. (Munchies)

Do you ever wonder about how things we take as a given now were discovered? Longitude: The True Story of a Lone Genius Who Solved the Greatest Scientific Problem of His Time tells the story of the search for finding longitude and John Harrison’s insistence on taking the time to get the methodology right. Halbs says, "The book reads more like a dramatic movie than a dry piece of history." (Cannonball Read 10)

Ursula lives in Chicago and likes potatoes very much. You can follow her here.

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