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By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | March 28, 2019 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | March 28, 2019 |


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Veep returns for its final season and I’m going to miss this show so much. (EW)

Thankfully, Julia Louis-Dreyfus isn’t going anywhere.

A Jodie Comer profile! She is just so, so, so good as Villanelle. Ugh. I cannot wait for season 2. (The Cut)

I feel like robocalls have gotten exponentially worse since Trump took office, and I also assume this is the case because his administration isn’t properly funding or staffing the Do Not Call registry. This is a conspiracy that lives in my head, but reading about robocall schemes only strengthen my theorizin’. (Wired)

A very good article about food allergies and food sensitivities and how your self-diagnosis is probably wrong (which, fair point, but I’m still staying away from garlic forever, thankyouverymuch). (Bon Appetit)

Inside the world of consumer debt collection. (NYTimes)

To add to the William And Harry Are The Ones Fighting But The Media Desperately Wants To Assign Blame To Their Wifeys, Because WOMEN, AmIRight? pile of evidence, you can now add that William really wanted Harry to move out. (Celebitchy)

The Other Lainey called Mariah Carey “Our Elusive Butterfly Chanteuse of Rainbows” and, readers, I giggled like a tiny child. (Lainey Gossip)

Yesterday y’all weren’t sufficiently outraged by the sliced bagel tweet (I mean, first of all, slicing a bagel into thin strips completely ruins bagel integrity, and second, just grab a piece of toast if that’s what you want, you monsters), so here is a link about pineapple on pizza (which I’m going to go ahead and preempt your outrage, because sweet pineapple + salty another topping ((particularly spicy giardiniera)) is a dream and it’s fine if your taste buds aren’t as advanced as mine. (Mental Floss)

(While we’re here: Pine for #BestChris, Team Cake forever, and tacos > burritos.)

Trump, who is pretty good at one thing and one thing only: distracting the media, is vowing to have the DOJ look into the Jussie Smollett case and, please please please, let’s stop getting distracted by his crazy. (Dlisted)

Nightmare fuel: what it’s like waking up during surgery. (Mosaic Science)

This article about Fan Bingbing’s disappearance is crazy. (Vanity Fair)

It offends me that goddess Tessa Thompson is facing off against Katy Perry in this bracket, but such is the life of fug. (GFY)

A real-life murder mystery. (BBC)

Get yourself a snack before you settle into reading this one: a casino and ethical hacking. (Ars Technica)

For those of us who are holding on dearly to the scathing and bitchy, this is the perfect snarky video making fun of Influencers. (YouTube)

Halbs has discovered an upside to branching into new genres is all the classics he has to discover. Mistborn: The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson may be 15 years old, but it’s new to him.  "If The Final Empire sounds like an intimidating place to live that’s because it is. A ‘Final’ anything is big trouble, because you’re necessarily out of options. And, any nerd knows better than to trust an ‘Empire’." Which classics should Halbs discover next? (Cannonball Read 11)



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