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Matthew McConaughey Is Against a Vaccine Mandate for Kids

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 9, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 9, 2021 |


Matthew McConaughey is against mandating COVID vaccines for children and won’t be giving his kids the shot because, apparently, we can’t go 24 hours without some famous person stepping on their d*ck when it comes to this shit. At least he wasn’t wearing a Rise of Skywalker hoodie though. (The Hill)

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, reportedly hasn’t stopped talking about President Biden farting at the Cop26 climate summit in Glasgow. I mean, I have no love for the royal family, but farts are objectively hilarious, so who am I to argue with that? (Lainey Gossip)

I’m a known gossip-monger who gleefully bathes in pure rivers of pettiness, but good Christ, I know way more about Will and Jada than anyone could possibly want to know. (Dlisted)

Brad Pitt refuses to date anyone in the industry because he doesn’t want another Angelina Jolie situation on his hands. (Celebitchy)

From Claude: “We are in deep s*** on this deal. … And so anything we do here is going to be a matter of trying to decide the best of a whole bunch of very, very bad choices.” Secret recordings show how the NRA leadership developed their stances on school shootings after Columbine. (NPR)

From James: Say what you will about Covid-19, at least it’s got a sense of humor. (Twitter)

Netflix just announced a million anime things. (Gizmodo)

From Jen: Hooray for love. Malala got married!

Max Cleland did not deserve what Rick Wilson did to him. (Esquire)

Shailene Woodley wants everyone to know Aaron Rodgers has a big dick now, and yes, I’m kicking myself for burning a Shailene headline yesterday. I shouldn’t do two in a row — Should I? (Jezebel)

Teri Kanefield has another barn-stormer of a thread on the clout-chasing and damaging cynicism of the Terminally Online Left. (Twitter)

The unmistakable Black roots of Sesame Street. (Smithsonian Magazine)

Crystalclear wasn’t sure what to expect from Trung Le Nguyen’s graphic novel, The Magic Fish. "It is a story about family and immigration and survival…acceptance and change and communication." The same month it won the Harvey Award for Book of the Year, it also made a list of books to be considered for removal. Have you read this award-winning YA novel? (Cannonball Read 13)

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

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