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When You Come For Martha Stewart, You Best Not Miss

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | July 23, 2020 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | July 23, 2020 |


US Space Force explains why its logo isn’t a Star Trek ripoff. (The Verge)

I’m curious which was more painful for Jeremy Strong: dropping his sick ‘L to the OG’ beats or getting sprayed with tear gas. (Dlisted)

Anna Camp is recovering from coronavirus. She says: “I’m lucky. Because I didn’t die.” (Celebitchy)

Martha Stewart does not f*ck around. In response to Chelsea Handler, she writes “I do think my pool is a bit prettier than yours and that my facial expression is a little more relaxed.” 😂🔪🔪 (Lainey Gossip)

The New York Times purchased Serial Productions. It also began “an ongoing creative and strategic alliance” with This American Life. This…isn’t great, right? All this merging between media organizations is not good for democracy. (Vulture)

From Briahna Joy Gray: In Defense of Litmus Tests. Having principles is not an indulgence. It’s essential if we’re going to be better than the right. (Current Affairs)

You HAVE to see these miniature calendars from Tatsuya Tanaka! (T&L)

I guess I’m looking at a lot of miniature things today (the name of my sex tape?):

“This Was Abuse”: The Fall of a CBS Showrunner. (VF)

A Deeply Provincial View of Free Speech. Many prominent writers and thinkers seem invested in the notion that simply facing strong public criticism is a threat to free speech. (The Atlantic)

On how the pandemic made the writer fall in love with cooking. (Food & Wine)

On a related note: who really owns a recipe? (Eater)

The death of nostalgia. People used to pine for a simpler life. Now they’ve got it - and it’s not all it’s cracked up to be. (The Economist)

Where Did My Ambition Go? A drive to succeed has become a drive to just get by. Why workplace ambition is flickering out in this endless limbo. (Medium)

Crystalclear has enjoyed Rainbow Rowell in the past, but Landline made her mad. It was a great premise that could have gone anywhere but went nowhere. "The other thing that makes me mad is that nothing happens. There is no resolution to anything." What are some of your biggest book disappointments? (Cannonball Read 12)


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