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Pete Davidson Goes Full-Ken Doll In the Down There Region

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | November 21, 2019 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | November 21, 2019 |


Rian Johnson on Knives Out, Star Wars and Toxic Fandom. (Variety)

A Black Market Baby Yoda Gift Guide. (I’d like to put in my order for #3, please and thank you.) (Vulture)

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu Is Facing Charges In 3 Corruption Cases. (NPR)

Climate Change’s Great Lithium Problem. (The New Republic)

Archaeologists Unearth Remains of Infants Wearing ‘Helmets’ Made From the Skulls of Other Children. (Smithsonian Mag)

J.J. Abrams and the Secrets of Skywalker. (Rolling Stone)

The first two decades of Angela King ‘07 ‘09MA’s life were fueled by bullying, violence, and her involvement in white supremacist organizations. She has spent the past two decades trying to make amends — and helping others leave hate groups. (UCF)

Did the Queen Really Fire Prince Andrew? (The Cut)

Related: The Queen is ‘disappointed’ that the Sussexes won’t spend Christmas at Sandringham. Maybe don’t be so supportive of your sleezebag middle son, then? (Celebitchy)

This is the most infuriating piece you will read this whole week. A Chicago Tribune and ProPublica investigation into the “Quiet Rooms” being used in schools. (Chicago Tribune)

Shade is being thrown around about casting issues on Crazy Rich Asians. (Lainey Gossip)

Bob Lazar Says the FBI Raided Him to Seize Area 51’s Alien Fuel. The Truth Is Weirder. (Vice)

Consumer DNA Testing May Be the Biggest Health Scam of the Decade. (Gizmodo)

Pete Davidson Went Full-Ken Doll On The Cover Of Paper Magazine. This photo is…something. (Dlisted)

Palate cleanser: Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson looking wholesome. Ahhhhhhhhh. (GFY)

Inside the bloody cartel war for Mexico’s multibillion-dollar avocado industry. (LA Times)

I Don’t Know Why I Should Care What the Constitution Says. If the majority of the country is excluded from ratifying a document it has no binding moral force. (Current Affairs)

Kristy popped in on the podcast Glitter & Doom to talk about Cool World. You know, the 1992 neo-noir in which a baby-faced Brad Pitt faces off against a cartoon Kim Basinger? (Spotify)

Carriejay checked The Light Brigade by Kameron Hurley out from the library and wishes she had been able to read it again before returning it. "It’s an amazing undertaking, and I kind of marvel at how Hurley managed to keep the timeline straight and have it all add up." Have you read any of Kameron Hurley’s award-winning science fiction? (Cannonball Read 11)

Look at the smile on Grumpy Grandpa Bernie! And check out Ariana Grande working with Head Count and registering 20k new voters!

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