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If Avenatti vs. Trump Jr. actually happens, the stadium will be packed.

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@jenniferm_q, on lawyer Michael Avenatti, right, challenging Donald Trump Jr. to an MMA match for charity, as reported in a tweet from @DylanByers. It all started when Trump Jr. implied that ex-Rep. Anthony Weiner would be Avenatti’s running mate after Weiner is out of prison. Avenatti then tweeted to Trump Jr. that HE would be going to prison, adding, “Buckle up, Buttercup.”

Give Charlie the dog (and Lady Gaga) an Oscar.

@slylingual24, joking about the true star of “A Star Is Born,” Charlie the dog. Grown-up Charlie is portrayed by Bradley Cooper’s actual dog. Fans fell in love with Charlie for his poise in the film’s tragic scenes.

It’s 2018, but “The Bachelorette Australia” is still using trans-baiting just to get views.

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@joshua_fox, blasting “The Bachelorette Australia” for a scene in which contestant Bill tells bachelorette Ali Oetjen, left, that he wasn’t always “Bill.” It sounded like a set-up for Bill to reveal he was transgender. Instead, he told Ali he used to go by “David,” to which Ali responded, “Not a woman! Phew.”

I’ve said this a million times, but have scientists REALLY not watched a single minute of “Black Mirror?”

@arthur_affect, tweeting about the new all-terrain surveillance drone from engineering company Guardbot Inc. The black, spherical robot is capable of rolling itself over terrain including sand and snow, and can “swim” through water. Twitter users couldn’t help but compare it to the technology in the show “Black Mirror” and BB-8, the droid in the latest “Star Wars” trilogy.

I’m so sorry if you think this is a tough time for men. It’s been a tough eon for women.

@erinhahn_author, commenting on Lynzy Lab’s “A Scary Time,” a song she wrote as a political satire after President Trump said, “It’s a very scary time for young men in America.” Lyrics include “I can’t walk to my car late at night while on the phone.” Lab ends her song by telling viewers to vote on Nov. 6.