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Thomas Middleditch Bragged About His Open Marriage and Now It's Over, Whoops

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 31, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 31, 2020 |


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Someone thought it’d be a good idea to put Donald Trump on the phone with George Floyd’s family? Jesus Christ… (The Root)

Julia Roberts does the right thing and supports Black Lives Matter, which should go over real well with her aging white fanbase. (Lainey Gossip)

And then there’s Madonna doing whatever the hell this is. (Dlisted)

Taylor Swift is out here making Kanye West look like… well, Kanye West. (Celebitchy)

So remember when Thomas Middleditch did that weird, awkward Playboy interview where he brags about telling his wife that he wants to be a swinger immmediately after they got married? That situation reached its inevitable conclusion. (Vulture)

That time Angelina Jolie owned the Maleficent premiere. (Go Fug Yourself)

Don Lemon tells Ellen to stop texting him about the protests and get her ass out there to do something. (Jezebel)

Meghan McCain makes one of her rare, salient points about how Trump is going to lose 2020 thanks to his administration referring to senior citizens as “human capitol stock.” (Raw Story)

Lin-Manuel Miranda and Hamilton producer Jeffrey Seller apologize for not speaking out to support protesters sooner. (THR)

Did you enjoy J.K. Simmons reprising his J. Jonah Jameson role in Spider-Man: Far From Home? Good, because he signed up for more. (Entertainment Weekly)

Some MAGA douche trolled Chrissy Teigen over donating money to bail out protestors, so she doubled her donation. Suck it. (The Daily Beast)

Kylie Jenner isn’t really a billionaire and it was all a ploy to over-inflate the value of her cosmetics line? I am shocked. (Forbes)

Elderberrywine calls Henri Bosco’s 1973 book, Malicroix, "gothic mysticism." She was entranced with the atmosphere of the book, she was surprised to find it’s set in a real place. "It is the Camargue region of France where the Rhone comes down from the Alps into the Mediterranean, and is still just as empty and wild today." What’s your favorite real place you discovered through a book? (Cannonball Read 12)




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



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