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Susan Collins Calls Texas Abortion Ban ‘Extreme’ (Little Late for That)

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 2, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 2, 2021 |


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Instead of listening when everyone told her this kind of thing would happen and voting to confirm Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett anyway, Susan Collins has issued a statement opposing the ban on abortions in Texas. She calls the recent Supreme Court ruling “extreme,” which totally makes up for everything. Gosh, Susan, thanks. (Bangor Daily News)

In the biggest sign that the fall box office is looking bleak, Paramount has pushed both Top Gun: Maverick and Jackass Forever into 2022. (Lainey Gossip)

Brad Pitt wants the California Supreme Court to take a look at whether the judge in his custody case should’ve been disqualified. (Dlisted)

Kanye allegedly cheated on Kim Kardashian after Saint West was born. (Celebitchy)

Kayleigh very briefly appeared on Connecticut NPR to talk about Christopher Nolan. (Connecticut Public)

From Andrew: Damn Carlos Mencia for actually making a good joke. (Twitter)

From Roxana: I admit that this is cute. (Instagram)

From Claude: Brett Goldstein finally addresses the big Ted Lasso conspiracy theory that Roy Kent is a CGI character.

Michelle Yeoh: “Jackie Chan thought women belonged in the kitchen - until I kicked his butt.” (The Guardian)

From my old chap Ben Cohen: Why Joe Rogan and wellness influencers are obsessed with COVID “co-morbidities.” (The Banter)

In light of his recent smearing of Chelsea Manning, never forget that Glenn Greenwald is the father of the Extremely Online Left. As much as they dunk on him now, who do you think taught them that their righteous causes are a blank check to be obnoxious contrarian zealots who never seem to remember that the Republican party exists? (Mediaite)

Are you getting ready for Cannon Book Club’s Fairytales and Adaptations discussion September 17-18? Wanderlustful reviewed one of the selections, Katherine Arden’s The Bear and the Nightingale. "I can’t recommend this book enough- it felt like such an escape from the late winter confines of COVID life, and also reminded me of the romance of winter." (Cannonball Read 13)

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



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