Trump's Drawing and Quartering Continues as The 'Post' Pulls One Leg and the 'Times' Pulls the Other
Soooo, as an experiment, we’ve been running Pajiba Love at different times during the evening/night. Some of you, *coughASSCrackBanditcough* have feelings about the time and would prefer it ran during the afternoon (US time) rather than at night. We’re still going to play around with it, so don’t get too attached to any particular time-slot just yet.
Dustin will cover this more in depth as it develops, but there are two more bombshells in the Russian investigation: 1) In his conversation with the Russians last week, Trump called Comey a “nut job” and said that, now that he’d fired him, the pressure is off of the Russian investigation. (NYTimes)
Meanwhile, the Russian probe has reached its tentacles inside the White House to a Senior Advisor *cough* Kushner *cough* (WashPo)
Holy crap! I had no idea this Twihard nonsense was a) still a thing, and b) so fucking delusional. WOW. - (LG)
The fashioning at Cannes is going mostly well. And then Emily Ratajkowski happened. Oh, shit, Emily, how many full-length mirrors do you want? I’ll send you as many as you want. - (GFY)
VP Pence didn’t know about General Flynn’s foreign conflicts, huh. Well, Rep. Elijah Cummings has the receipts to show that YEAH, HE DID. He knew back in November. - (Daily Kos)
Solange’s letter to her teenaged self is sublime. - (Lainey)
This breaks my heart so much. Chris Cornell’s wife doesn’t think he meant to commit suicide. She thinks he accidentally took too much of his medication and it caused him to react in an unstable and suicidal way. - (Dlisted)
OMG, Katy Perry has a new single (with stupid lyrics - sorry, but they’re real dumb) and it’s probably about TayTay. This whole feud will never not be hilarious to me. - (Celebitchy)
How is this only just now a thing? Drag Queens are now storytellers for kids at some public libraries. LOVE! - (Smithsonian)
It took Esme almost a year to finish Tarquin Hall’s The Case of the Deadly Butter Chicken: A Vish Puri Mystery. The only thing that kept her going for the first half was the description of food. About halfway through though, there was a shift in location and tone and Esme was hooked. Are you familiar with the Vish Puri mysteries? (Cannonball Read 9)
Have a great weekend, but before you go: You might think the world has a few too many “Hallelujah” covers. Totally. You only need one. And it’s this girl singing to a well.
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