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Pipe Bomb Investigation Moves To Florida

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | October 25, 2018 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | October 25, 2018 |


The investigation into the pipe bombs has moved to Florida, per the New York Times. I do believe Eleanor Shellstrop already covered this: “He’s from Florida? Yeah, he belongs in the Bad Place.” (NYT)

Camille Cosby released a statement after her husband’s latest appeal was denied and…she just needs to shut the fuck up forever. (Dlisted)

As a Palate cleanser, I give you John Cho in Elle Korea. (Twitter)

La Croix issued a statement regarding the lawsuit that alleges that their water is not natural, and well, this post about it made me laugh. (Have you tried the Key Lime flavor? Yes, I know it’s not new, but it’s new to me, and it tastes like a green Skittle!) (Skepchick)

Meghan and Harry continue their tour in Fiji, and Meghan wore a dress that had a tag hanging from it. But I’m not here to talk about that. That’s just a set up to what the Fug Girls wrote about the poor assistant, who was probably wrecked by this oversight: “I just want to hug that person and remind them that life is a rich tapestry and this is but one missed stitch.” Isn’t that just so lovely? (GFY)

I am so excited to see The Nutcracker and the Four Realms and make heart eyes at Misty Copeland. Until then, here is a post about the original Nutcracker Tale, which is deliciously dark and convoluted. (Tor)

Want more creepy origin stories? How about this post about urban legends that are actually true? (Mental Floss)

I don’t very much like Prince Charles (he’s devastated, I’m sure) and this story that he employed a traveling yeoman for £200,000 per year just adds to my dislike for the man. (Celebitchy)

JoRo digs into what’s likely to be left out of Netflix’s Sabrina. (Vanity Fair)

Nevada Today wrote a feature on our very own Professor Steven Wilson and his research. TL;DR: he’s reading your tweets and judging you. (Nevada Today)

Cardi B declined to sell pictures of her baby and god, how sad that this is the exception to the rule. (Lainey Gossip)

Apple cider vinegar is the new coconut oil cure-all. Want a medical perspective? Happy to oblige. (The Conversation)

“I blight your succulents!” This millennial curse made me chuckle. (McSweeney’s)

Did you know that fish and chips originated in Portugal?! (Atlas Obscura)

I’m currently enrolled in two ethics courses, so these questions are getting a bit boring to me. But I have yet to be asked about electric cars by my professors. Should a self-driving car kill the baby or the grandma? (Technology Review)

This is a very good article about the latest medicine Nobel Prize winner, Jim Allison. (Wired)

Kittens in slow motion set to dubstep. That is all. (5 Things)

J decided to tackle Margaret A. Hagerman’s White Kids: Growing Up with Privilege in a Racially Divided America. She found it interesting, appalling, and as problematic as it is valuable. “Throughout the book, I repeatedly asked myself, "Who is this book for?” I cannot imagine white families who aspire to ‘color-blindness’ picking up this volume. If it’s for antiracist and/or progressive parents, then there are no feel-good remedies here." How do you face problems that have no good answers? (Cannonball Read 10)

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