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By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | January 29, 2019 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | January 29, 2019 |


Hmmm, so Kiki Layne (If Beale Street Could Talk) and Michael B. Jordan, hmmm? - (Lainey)

The other Kate Hudson said something a couple of weeks ago and the internet thought it was wrong and now she’s clarified it… kind of. - (Celebitchy)

You knew it would only be a matter of time before a conservative tried to use a decades-old Kamla Harris relationship against her — the hypocricy of it is hard to avoid — and how am I not surprised that it’s Tonya Labrat? (Uproxx)

Who the hell keeps casting Lindsay Lohan in things? Even “noir werewolf political thriller” things? - (Dlisted)

Our Emily shared this with me: “This feels like the only Ted Bundy hot take I need to read. Or at least one that’s most important to keep repeating.” - (Refinery 29)

Céline. She needs only that one word. It’s not only her name, it’s her descriptor: Céline. - (GFY)

I posted yesterday about Buzzfeed’s Community Users publishing quizzes. Kate sent me this letting us know how that “top traffic quiz teen” is getting “paid” by Buzzfeed. - (NYMag)

The lowest-paid government workers won’t be getting back-pay for the shutdown bullshit. If you HAD to guess if Republicans cared about that or not, what would you guess? Ha! Trick question! PULL YOURSELF UP BY YOUR BOOTSTRAPS! - (TMS)

This is interesting and could be very cool if it takes off. There’s no way we’re going to be able to save the planet by recycling as individuals, so yeah, companies getting involved is the only way forward. - (Fast Company)

Jordan Peele is on the cover of Rolling Stone. - (RS)

Congratulations to vel veeter, the first person to reach a Cannonball of 52 books read and reviewed this year—an all-time CBR record! He hit 52 with Giorgio Bassani’s The Gold-Rimmed Spectacles, part of the six-book series, The Novel Of Ferrara, that explores the Christian and Jewish communities in that Italian city between 1919 and 1960. "This is a very sad story because of the sense of betrayal at the heart of it, but also it’s a reminder of the sheer luck and fortune involved in surviving anything so horrible as this." What goals have you set for yourself this year? (Cannonball Read 11)

It’s super cold out there, folks, so try to stay warm. But don’t stay warm by tooting in your trousers!

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