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Looks like someone’s going to be nursing this decision for awhile.


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@ByMikeJones, criticizing Toronto Raptors coach Nick Nurse’s timeout in the final minutes of Game 5 of the NBA Finals. The Raptors, who could’ve won the series Monday, were leading an exhausted Golden State. The break gave the Warriors a needed breather, and they won the game 106-105.

This cinematic universe is gonna be lit if Meryl Streep pops up in “It: Chapter Two.”

@isteintraum, connecting the hit movie musical and HBO’s “Big Little Lies,” both of which feature Meryl Streep. Swedish actor Stellan Skarsgard, above right, plays one of Streep’s former love interests and potential father of her daughter in “Mamma Mia!” His son, fellow actor Alexander Skarsgard, bottom right, played Perry Wright in the first season of “Big Little Lies.” Streep now plays Wright’s mother. Fans argue the casting solves the paternity mystery in “Mamma Mia!’”

OK, but I’m not seeing an actual solution to the original problem.

@mychiller, blasting The New York Times after it announced Monday it would stop publishing political cartoons in its international edition. The move comes after an anti-Semitic cartoon was published in April. The decision was slammed, especially since its global cartoonists — who didn’t draw the offensive cartoon — were let go.

Unless the gloves were made of fur, this reasoning doesn’t make sense. At all.

@Kiki_the_tiki, joking about beauty YouTuber Jaclyn Hill’s makeup line. Customers quickly noticed issues with Hill’s lipsticks after they were released earlier this month. They reported beads, holes, fine hairs, crumbling and spots that some said appeared to be mold. Hill said Saturday the hairs were fibers from white gloves used in quality control, but has remained silent on the other issues.