“There was a bad fire at Rachel Ray’s home but everybody is okay” links

The 46th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards pressroom

There was a huge fire at Rachel Ray’s New York home but Rachel, her husband and their dogs are all safe, thank goodness. [Just Jared]
An American review of An American Pickle. [Pajiba]
I love the booze windows of Tuscany. [Dlisted]
Donald Trump & his people are successfully dismantling the USPS. [Towleroad]
Madison Cawthorn is basically a slick young Nazi. [Jezebel]
The trailer for I’m Thinking of Ending Things is so unsettling. [LaineyGossip]
Garcelle Beauvais’s caftan vibes. [Go Fug Yourself]
These vintage marionettes give me Twilight Zone vibes. [OMG Blog]
Belarus is in chaos following an “election.” [Buzzfeed]

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  1. nicegirl says:

    I also love Garcelle & her caftan is fire. Glad to hear Rachael and dog fam are safe.

  2. Yonati says:

    I LOVED “I’m thinking of ending things.” I read the book and couldn’t put it down.

    • DrSnark says:

      The trailer looks terrifying! Is the book really scary? Because now I need to know what happens but there is no way I can handle that movie …

    • lucy2 says:

      The movie looks crazy – now I want to read the book!

      I’m sorry for Rachel and her family, that fire looks bad. At least they are all safe.

  3. Tig ool biddies says:

    Puss puss. Princess kate wears nipple clamps. Sell out immediately. Details at 11.

  4. adastraperaspera says:

    USPS is releasing a new stamp to commemorate the 19th Amendment/Women Vote. You can preorder on their website:

  5. Sheri says:

    As a disabled postal employee, I would like to put in my thoughts. I put in 20 years to the service and it permanently broke my body. I am covered under FERS, Federal Employees Retirement System, so my main source of income is Social Security disability. I speak not only for myself but for the majority of people who have busted their asses to get ALL the mail out EVERY day so people could get their meds, birthday cards, paychecks, important paperwork, etc. Yes, there are screw ups now and then but over 99% makes as it is supposed to, for only $0.55. The Postal Service delivers into every nook and cranny in the United States, which is something other carriers do NOT do. Fed Ex, UPS, and all others pass it off to USPS to deliver where they won’t. You want to mail a card to your grandkid in Wyoming? That will be $30 when USPS is gone. So not only are we going to totally screwed over by not having USPS, most of the employees now are covered by FERS so we will not even have a retirement, thanks to eliminating Social Security. Some things are worth fighting for. USPS is not a business and not run like a business. It is a FREE service to the people that is self supported by buying stamps and other services. Your tax dollars are NOT supporting it. Fight for it. Pass it on.

    • Stacy Dresden says:

      Thank you Sheri. I will strongly support USPS!

    • Cupcake Riot says:

      thank you for your service to your community. My spouse is a rural carrier at USPS and he’s working 7 days a week in 100 degree heat to get mail and packages out. He’s exhausted, but he talks about doing it for all the reasons you list. These men and women are amazing and deserve your support. And maybe a bottle of water left for them with a thank you note. They deserve it.

    • BeanieBean says:

      Thank you, Sheri! I am with you! I 100% support the USPS.

    • Renee says:

      I support you Sheri & just bought a boatload of stamps from USPS online. Thank you!

  6. Chisom says:

    Is there a good fire?

    • BeanieBean says:

      I know you’re just being facetious, but yes, there is such a thing as a good fire. It’s called a prescription burn. National Forests, National Parks, and the Bureau of Land Management–to name a few–all do Rx burns for the health of the forest.

      • MarcelMarcel says:

        A good fire is the fire management practiced by the Kanuk nation of California. (There are countless examples of First Nations People in Australia with cultural practices centred around fire management).
        ‘Arson’ was demonised after invasion & colonisation in the US (and in Australia, my homeland). Which made it harder for First Nation People to practice the successful fire management done by their ancestors.
        It’s important to acknowledge that government departments weren’t the first to start ‘good fires’. They also are definitely not the most competent at it either.