Wednesday November 18: Daily Links

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WEDNESDAY 11.18


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Americans are Panic Buying Toilet Paper and Disinfectant Again

Shelves are empty again in Covid America. Paper towels and disinfectants are once again difficult to find as Americans hoard these products for reasons nobody can fathom.

For the last time, toilet paper does not prevent covid.

New Yorkers are like, come on, panic buying is soooo March 2020.

Read more at dailymail.co.uk.


Giant Supermarket Apologized for Super Spread Thanksgiving Ad

Giant Supermarket advertised for Thanksgiving asking its shoppers: Hosting? Plan a Super Spread! “While, in hindsight, the choice of words was a poor one, Giant had no intentions of insensitivity,” the store said.

Yes it’s tasteless… but it’s also accurate.

Read more at tmz.


Elon Musk and his wind up cars, space rockets and boring machines are making this weirdo the third richest person in the world.

Can he get a better haircut.

Read more at businessinsider.


New Orleans Cancels Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras 2020 was a super spreader event before we even fully understood Covid. But not 2021, because Mardi Gras is cancelled. Mayor LaToya Cantrell has cancelled all parades and parties.

Responsible call, New Orleans.

This year we’re all going to order beads on Amazon and walk around house topless, eating doughnuts

Read more at NOLA.com.


Screw You Moderna, Pfizer’s Vaccine Is Also 95% Effective

Pfizer just announced that their vaccine is also 95% effective and will be submitted for approval to the FDA within days. All anyone wants for Christmas is an icey cold vaccine vile dropped down their chimney. Or a syringe filled with coal if you’ve been bad.

Read more at sky.com.


Without Fed Aid The NYC Subway And Bus Service Will Face Massive Layoffs

NYC needs about $12 billion in aid from the government to keep the subway and buses running. Otherwise they could see thousands of layoffs and a 40% reduction in service. If this does happen at least the mole people will get better sleep at night.


The CDC Holiday Guide: No Singing, No Loud Music, No Alcohol

The CDC has released a guide for people celebrating the holidays and they want no singing, no playing of loud music and no drinking of alcohol. Or maybe just don’t celebrate the holidays and get drunk and blast music by yourself in your home. It’s the safe option, people.

Read more at travelandleisure.com.


Bill Gates Predicts 50% Of Business Travel Is Gone In Post Covid World

Bill Gates had predicted that business travel will drop over 50% in a post covid world and days in the office will be down 30%. Now how will middle management get credit card points? That’s the real tragedy here.

Read more at cnbc.


NY Times Thinks The War On Childhood Obesity Has Only Cause Shame

In a NY Times opinion piece, the author says that the war on childhood obesity has just made children feel bad about themselves and caused them to feel shame into adulthood. If there’s an overweight child in your life slap the dumbbell out of his hand and give him a Reese’s Cup instead.

Read more at nytimes.



SPORTS



LaVar Ball’s Warm Fatherly Advice To His Sons About Women

LaVar Ball told his sons they will only encounter ‘hoes’ and won’t find a ‘nice woman’ until they retire from the NBA. Ball is hoping these inspiring words will be incorporate during the NBA rookie orientation.

Read more.



ENTERTAINMENT



Harvey Weinstein With Jail Rona!?

Big Harvey Weinstein has a high fever and prison doctors think he may have the corona virus.

If anyone can sexually assault this disease it’s Harvey.

Read more at tmz.


Conan O’Brien Ends his Late Night Show for New HBO Max Show

Looks like Conan will be cut the marionette strings for good this June.

Read more at cnn.


Tarantino A Man Of Letters

Quentin Tarantino has told us for years that he plans on retiring from directing and writing books.

Looks like he is making good on his threat, putting out true pulp fiction. He’s got a two book deal that starts with novelizing his last film, “Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood.”

Could be worse. Could be acting.

Read more at apnews.


Sopranos Say: Sauce Or Gravy!?

In the big sauce or gravy debate, you probably say sauce because what kind of idiot calls it gravy?

If it’s gravy, put it on mashed potatoes.

Read more at melmagazine.


Good Guy Brad Pitt Seen Delivering Food To Those In Need

Brad Pitt was spotted giving out food to low income families at a South Central LA housing project. He’s like a modern day Nino Brown minus the crack.

Read more at dailymail.


Michael B Jordan Named Sexist Man Alive

Actor Michael B. Jordan was named People Magazine’s Sexist Man Alive for 2020. The bad news is that it guarantees at least two more Creed movies.

Read more at toofab.com.


Former America Top Model Star Says The Pope Likes Thick Ladies

Model Toccara Jones says she has no problem with Pope Francis allegedly giving a like to Natalia Garibotto’s racy Instagram photo. The former America’s Next Top Model star added that the clergy should be able to explore their feelings and thinks that the Pontiff has a thing for plus sized women. Baby Got Back is always #1 on The Pope’s playlist.

Read more at tmz.


Matthew Modine Says Full Metal Jacket Role Got Him Off On Speeding Tickets

Matthew Modine said that cops have let him off at least 100 speeding tickets because they recognize him as Private Joker in Full Metal Jacket. But he still can’t show his face in Little Italy because his role in Married To The Mob.

Read more at pagesix


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