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Pete Davidson and Margaret Qualley Are Done

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | October 17, 2019 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | October 17, 2019 |


Another Pete Davidson whirlwind romance has quickly whirled out. (US Magazine)

I saved this article to share with you last week and totally forgot! Whoops. Babies in the womb have lizard-like hand muscles. (BBC)

‘Heel It Now, Dig?’: Rian Johnson Revisits the Mystery of Brick. (Vulture)

DIY drugs: Should hospitals make their own medicine? (The Guardian)

Paul Dano as The Riddler? Yes. Absolutely. (HR)

I’ve long ago resigned myself that we live in an age of movie remakes, so I’m sort of OK with a mystery Clueless TV reboot. Am I totally buggin’? (Dlisted)

What is the defining achievement of Barack Obama? (Dissent Magazine)

The Prince Andrew update is that he’s trying the Look At My Wholesome Family social media strategy. He can eff right off. (Lainey Gossip)

I swore off Damon Lindelof after Lost, but then Dustin made me watch The Leftovers, which was ridiculously good. So I’m a little apprehensive/excited about Watchmen. (NYP)

The Catholic Church and Boy Scouts are lobbying against child abuse statutes. This is their playbook. (USA Today)

Why Is Joe Rogan So Popular? (The Atlantic)

Drew Magary made a primary guide to clarify which Democratic candidates are actually Republicans. (Medium)

Kate Middleton (and the dude she married) Pakistan tour continues to be beautiful. (GFY)

A great story about the role of women in the first big UAW strike back in the day. (Jalopnik)

Related, but on the opposite end of the spectrum: Amazon warehouse workers getting fired over too-long bathroom breaks and over one bad week, while Jeff Bezos gets richer and richer. (New Yorker)

Stephen King’s House to Become Museum and Writers’ Retreat. (Rolling Stone)

I want to inject this paragraph directly into my veins: “You see, Democrats must be able to maintain a centrist character and appeal to creepy freaks who would sooner microwave a hamster than vote to improve our crumbling social programs. Look,  are these people a small minority, who we could easily and inconsequentially ignore, instead of focusing on millions of disenfranchised, dispassionate voters? Sure, but this is the Democratic Party for chrissakes!” (McSweeney’s)

ElCicco Cannonballed and completed her CBR11 Book Bingo Reading Challenge with Maria Kuznetsova’s debut novel. "Oksana, Behave! is an amazing novel. Parts of it are absolutely hilarious and parts just so sad. But Oksana herself is always interesting and I never stopped rooting for her." Who are some of your favorite difficult characters? (Cannonball Read 11)

Ursula is a Staff Contributor for Pajiba. You can follow her on Twitter.

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