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This is 100% not how atonement works.


WESTWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 05: Actor Mel Gibson attends the premiere of Paramount Pictures' "Daddy's Home 2" at The Regency Village Theatre on November 5, 2017 in Westwood, California. (Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

@JeremyMonjo, criticizing the news that Gibson has been cast as the patriarch of an uber-wealthy New York family in the upcoming movie “Rothchild.” The “dark comedy” seems to be an obvious reference to the Rothschild banking dynasty. The choice to cast Gibson has been slammed, since the Rothschild family is Jewish and Gibson has a history of using anti-Semitic and racist language. During his 2006 DUI arrest, the actor claimed that Jews were “responsible for all the wars in the world.”

I don’t know what Scott was thinking because he obviously wasn’t.

@samanthameggs_, tweeting about contestant Scott Anderson getting kicked off of Monday’s premiere after “Bachelorette” Hannah Brown found out he had a girlfriend. After Anderson compared the situation to Brown’s having been on the last season of “The Bachelor,” she called him a jerk.

Is it sad that Bill Nye yelling is probably going to spur Gen Xers and Millennials to push their lawmakers on global warming?

@farasabyan_, tweeting about the scientist’s Sunday appearance on “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver.” During a segment focused on the Green New Deal and carbon pricing, Nye explained the coming impact of Earth’s rising temperatures by torching a globe and exclaiming, “The planet’s on f------ fire.”

This really was a wonderful kind of day.

@AnxiousStan, celebrating the season 22 premiere of long-running children’s show “Arthur,” in which the titular character’s teacher, Mr. Ratburn, right, gets married. While the revelation that his was a same-sex wedding drew criticism from some, most former and current fans of the show praised PBS for normalizing LGBT relationships.

We need something light. Here are a bunch of tweets that had me in tears. “Can’t nobody tell me nothin’ ... "

@MarcAbraham17, joking about the teaser image for the music video to Lil Nas X’s hit “Old Town Road.” The track was originally released in December with an unofficial video of scenes from the game “Red Dead Redemption 2,” but its popularity gave rise to demand for an official video. Lil Nas X said on Twitter the music video would be out Friday.