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Sarah Palin Is Pro-Mask and Pro-Vaccine Now (Gee, I Wonder What Happened?)

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | March 31, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | March 31, 2021 |


In a surprising turn of events, Sarah Palin is urging Americans to wear masks and get vaccinated after she got hit with COVID this month. Of course, it took her actually catching the virus to realize this thing is serious, but uh, trust me when I say that evangelical-types like Palin getting COVID and then realizing masks and social distancing are actually good is pretty rare. (PEOPLE)

Am I sharing this Lainey take because she agrees with me on the Rachel Bilson and Rami Malek situation? What? No. Shut up. — For real though, you guys had some great arguments for either side, and I loved reading them. (Lainey Gossip)

Welp, Chet Hanks’ ex-girlfriend just took out a restraining order against him, so I gotta admit, his “White Boy Summer” is living up to its name. Credit where credit is due. (Dlisted)

From Roxana: Important pre-Oscars knowledge:

For a change of pace, I’m leaning towards the conspiracy theorists on this one. Britney’s reaction to Framing Britney Spears is kind of weird, and I wouldn’t be surprised if she didn’t write it. (Celebitchy)

Kevin Durant wants to whoop Michael Rapaport’s ass. (The Root)

From Nicole: These Texas diner owners are legends. Everyone should start charging maskless tontos like this. (CNN)

Fox News on Matt Gaetz: “We have no interesting in hiring him.” Ha HA! (Deadline)

How Star Wars’ biggest fan wiki found itself in a fight over trans identity. (io9)

Netflix just paid a buttload for not one, but two Knives Out sequels, and I’m all for nothing but good things happening to Rian Johnson. (Variety)

Blauracke found the first half of Robert M. Sapolsky’s Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst informative but depressing. The second half left her more optimistic. "Overall, this book is an amazing feat; it is funny and sad, enjoyable and depressing, enlightening and thought-provoking, and above all, incredibly humane." What gives you hope for humanity? (Cannonball Read 13)

Our Lainey asked me to not share this tweet that Kristy found because it will “make it harder for me to get my greedy, chubby hands on some.” Sorry, Lainey!

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

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