Jeremy Lin has always been a standout player and the NBA would be dumb to not give him another chance.
@RealLifeKaz, supporting Jeremy Lin after he remarked at an event in Taiwan that the NBA has “kind of given up on me.” Lin’s unlikely rise to stardom with the New York Knicks in 2012 was dubbed “Linsanity.” He most recently played with the Toronto Raptors, winning an NBA championship last season, but is now a free agent.
I think it’s the forest fires that did it. But in all seriousness, yay for growth!
@fawnleht, praising blogger Jenna Karvunidis for a recent post on gender reveal parties. Karvunidis is largely considered the parent who popularized the trend, when she baked a gender-reveal cake before welcoming her first child in 2008. In a Facebook post Thursday, Karvunidis reflected on her views toward gender, as her oldest child is nonbinary. Karvunidis urged parents to focus on their children’s talents rather than their gender.
We all know Gamora isn’t one for large, public displays of affection.
@scarletwitvh1, joking about a deleted scene that explains the disappearance of Gamora, above, at the end of “Avengers: Endgame.” The clip, released by USA Today, shows her silently walking off as the surviving Avengers kneel in tribute to a dead Tony Stark/Iron-Man. Though some fans were annoyed by Gamora’s actions, others pointed out that in “Endgame” she had time traveled from 2014 and had never previously met any of the Avengers. The previous version of Gamora was killed off in “Avengers: Infinity War.”
I adore Ariana Grande. But I’m disappointed with this attempt at a “dark” joke.
@Hxrrysmammaries, criticizing Ariana Grande for a joke she made about JonBenét Ramsey. After her friend posted a picture of a recent magazine cover featuring the beauty pageant queen who was murdered in 1996 at age 6, Grande replied, “I can’t WAIT for this to be your Halloween look.” Fans were disappointed by Grande’s attempt at what she called “dark jokes.” Grande apologized Monday, saying she was “happy to have a fanbase who’s not afraid to call me out on my s---.” Still, many fans believed Grande should have known enough about the Ramsey case to not comment on it in the first place.