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Quarantining Is Not A Prison Sentence, Lili

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | September 3, 2020 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | September 3, 2020 |


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Do you want to see Misty Copeland’s apartment? Yeah, you do. (AD)

May I interest you in a profile of Michael Imperioli? (GQ)

Reading this made me feel a little bit better: 9 reasons you can be optimistic that a vaccine for COVID-19 will be widely available in 2021. (The Conversation)

So not only was (is?) the NSA’s phone spying program illegal, it also stopped exactly 0 terrorist attacks. And so what happens now? Oh right, NOTHING. (Business Insider)

Kyle Buchanan with a very lovely profile of Jesse Plemons, who co-stars in Charlie Kaufman’s latest I’m Thinking of Ending Things and has appeared in Best Picture noms at the Oscars for four of the last five years. (NYT)

Ana de Armas looks amazing in the new Bond trailer, no? (Lainey Gossip)

Lili Reinhart says that she feels like a prisoner going back to Canada to film Riverdale. You know, in that stunning and absolutely wonderful city of Vancouver. (Dlisted)

Paris Hilton is not my favorite person, but my god, the abuse she suffered as a teenager and as an adult in relationships is horrible. (Celebitchy)

Warning: I spent a lot of time on this site. Like, a lot a lot. Enter your city and see where it was on the planet 750 million years ago, or 400 million years ago, or 90 million years ago…you get the picture. (Dinosaur Pictures)

A Saudi Prince’s Attempt to Silence Critics on Twitter. (Wired)

EXCUSE ME WHAT NOW?!: Some cops give their friends and family union-issued “courtesy cards” to help get them out of minor infractions. (Vice)

This reminds me of the movie Enemy of the State: a court has ruled that the government cannot ask Google for records on phones in a 100-meter radius of a crime scene. (Ars Technica)

Super bad news for theaters: a judge granted the Department of Justice’s request to terminate the Paramount Consent Decrees. (Jacobin)

Congrats to Briahna Joy Gray who made Fortune’s (lol) 40 Under 40 in Government and Politics. I love her so much. (Fortune)

What Can Mayors Do When the Police Stop Doing Their Jobs? (ProPublica)

PSA: there is a new iOS update today. It has an opt-in for COVID19 exposure notifications. The newest Android update has this as well. (The Verge)

And another link about COVID, but this one is different (and truly fascinating): a supercomputer analyzed 17,000 genetic samples of the disease and revealed a new theory, something called the bradykinin hypothesis. (Elemental)

Do you remember the first video game you played? Prince of Persia was Professor Fluffy Kitten’s. The creator, Jordan Mechner, published a collection of his diaries from the time he was creating the game and its sequel. "This to say, this is a diary written by a very talented and very young man who got very successful very quickly in an era in which our vocabulary around privilege didn’t really exist." (Cannonball Read 12)

Watch Miley Cyrus murder Joe Rogan:




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



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