“Kim Kardashian is getting the Hidden Hills Sunken Place in the divorce” links

Kim Kardashian arrives at the Kanye West after party with daughter North West and sister Kourtney Kardashian

Apparently, Kim Kardashian is keeping the Hidden Hills home in the divorce. That was the house they redesigned to look like a very bland Sunken Place. [Dlisted]
Lou Diamond Phillips has great sweaters and turtlenecks on Prodigal Son, they really style him well on that show. [GFY]
Naomi Smalls shares her 70-step drag transformation. [OMG Blog]
This jacket on Kate Hudson is quite… something. [Tom & Lorenzo]
Review of Netflix’s Moxie. [Pajiba]
Paul Bettany didn’t think WandaVision would be so successful. [JustJared]
Underlining the point yet again, it’s hard to believe that the Duchess of Sussex decided to wear those earrings all on her own. [LaineyGossip]
A generation without wealth does not want babies. [Jezebel]
The Trump Pentagon was to blame for the National Guard delay on Jan. 6. [Buzzfeed]
90 Day Fiance stars are now living in an RV. [Starcasm]

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  1. K says:

    LDP is hot, and Kim’s place is as devoid of interest and style as she is.

    • ElleE says:

      LDP would be the most successful male lifestyle blogger of his time if men went for that sort of thing. Did your see him Longmire? Drop the skincare routine on us Lou!

    • LillyfromLillooet says:

      Feeling Lou! Love the style, the smile, it all lifted my spirits!

    • UptownGirl says:

      Why, why does she think she looks good dressed like this? Am I am out of touch boomer?

    • fluffy_bunny says:

      I love the Prodigal Son and his wardrobe is pretty great on it. It’s always the first thing I watch when I watch all of my prime time tv on the weekends.

  2. detritus says:

    Pao is trash even for 90 day. Anti vax and anti mask.
    Russ is at least as bad just less loud but it’s hard to have an opinion on wet paper towel.

  3. fluffy_bunny says:

    Pao and Roos are broke and styling this as a lifestyle overhaul and an adventure when they really can’t afford anything more than a camper. The hotel they were staying at while they were waiting for their trailer park lot to open up was scary and I’m not a hotel snob.

  4. grabbyhands says:

    Hopefully she guts it and creates a living space that won’t give her children horror story nightmares.

    • Emm says:

      Right? Do they actually live there? It may be a house but it’s not a home. A home to me is something lived in. That front room entryway is just something to look at, you aren’t spending time in there, and it’s hella boring for even that.

  5. Emm says:

    Seriously I love my kids with all my heart but feel so much guilt for bringing them into the world. When I had them I didn’t feel like this of course but the last five or so years has really opened my eyes and I’ve grown a lot and learned a lot and I fear for their futures. My husband doesn’t have this outlook and thinks I’m all doom and gloom but I think about it everyday and have so much anxiety about it.

    • MaryContrary says:

      I hear you. But sometimes I think there need to be good, kind, smart people in the world to help figure things out-and I hope my kids, and your kids, are part of that.

      • Miranda says:

        Thank you for this. I don’t have any kids of my own, but as an elementary school teacher, I am in a position where I have to help children understand and navigate the awfulness in this world. It’s a daunting task, and there are times when I feel helpless and ineffective. Sometimes we do need a reminder that, as difficult as it may be, our efforts will help kids learn to be smart, brave, compassionate future leaders.

    • JanetDR says:

      I have no desire to try and downgrade your feelings, but will say that while it is especially horrible right now, some things are better or at least on their way to being better. One of the things is that young people give me so much hope for our future! I feel that everything I wanted as a young person in the 70s/early 80s is closer to being within reach.
      Whether the planet has gone too far with climate change or not, I don’t know.

    • UptownGirl says:

      Emm, those are your feelings, not your husbands and you have every right to have them. Yes, I have grown children but I think of my grandchildren and I think, what will they be left with? I am scared for them as well. I am incredibly scared for my nephews bi-racial children as they are growing up in the in the south as toddlers, N.C. which is almost as bad as Georgia. I am very environmentally conscious but I still try to drive my sons decisions regarding planet conscious choices. Look, it’s also up to us to make effective changes in where society needs to be headed towards as all of us together make up society. Each day we need to make changes and have conversations with those who are growing up in this country right now with regards to racism, the environment and the socioeconomic challenges. Educate ourselves to have these discussions for a better tomorrow.

      • Emm says:

        Thank you all for your responses. I am trying to teach them everyday to be the good people and why it matters and am trying to do everything I can to help protect the environment, I’ve very conscious of it. I’m also very aware of all the hate that needs to be addressed and changes that need to be made in society since my in-laws are full maga and that’s when all of this self reflecting and pulling away from that side began. Like @kinchicago they are very much the religious type that thinks everyone has to have a million kids (except for anyone who doesn’t think like them of course) so we bought into that thinking for a long time. I wished I would’ve just gone with my instinct and resisted but it is what it is and I love my kids which makes it somehow worse? My five year old daughter keeps saying she wants to marry herself and not have a baby and I keep on telling her that if that’s what she wants to do that’s perfectly fine, she can do whatever she wants. I wish we would’ve been told that growing up instead of, get married and have kids, this is the only way.

  6. UptownGirl says:

    I watched that segment yesterday on CBS and it was startling. The fact that this so-called professor drove the fact that the retiring need the younger population to reproduce for our retirement benefits is bullshit. It’s not up to our predecessors replenish the declining social security benefits as we all knew that it would be drained by 2030. His play on placing the responsibility sounds like a guilt trip but he doesn’t address the real issues at hand, livable wages. Initiate the reparations that were granted over 150 years ago and re-invest where POC had successfully climbed the economic ladder that was destroyed and stollen from them and establish same pay, same position. In addition, heavily fine those who refuse to provide equal home ownership and any other economic growth opportunities, then we can start suggesting the guilt trip.

  7. KinChicago says:

    My health insurance plan has a $6,000.00 deductible. My job does not have maternity leave AND childcare where I live has a wait list approaching a decade plus is astronomical in cost.
    I’m already working 10+ hour days.
    That isn’t even factoring in schools or the current pandemic, politics, environmental crisis.
    Quite simply- a baby would render bankruptcy.

    The in-laws, who are deeply religiously conservative, explicitly told us we had to have children or would be cut from the will.
    I had an IUD inserted shortly after.
    No regrets.

    Now, whenever they mention it (and they are entirely too interested in my uterus) we are “having fun trying!”

    • Emm says:

      Good for you! I’m so glad you are doing you and not caving to that pressure.

    • fluffy_bunny says:

      How are you supposed to plan on having a child if you have to wait a decade for a daycare spot to open? My first choice had a wait list that we never cleared but it was right next to my office building. The ones near my house didn’t have wait lists.

  8. Miranda says:

    Do any photos exist of Kim where she DOESN’T look like an overstuffed sausage? And oh my God, those cornrows…

  9. Lola says:

    All those seniors “deserve their entitlements?” Funny how they don’t think any of us deserve affordable housing, and block it at every turn, as it would diminish their astronomical profits of their real estate market value. And constantly vote against education and health care and basically ANYTHING for ANYONE else at every single turn. I believe the most single and solitary reason Trump lost is that just enough seniors turned against him because he flat out said it was fine if they died. Besides that they’d be at the polls for him in droves as always.

    I don’t believe that people in my grandparents’ generation “deserve” to live off my labor for the next 30 years, I never agreed to that and they sure aren’t agreeing to any kind of social contract that would benefit me either.

    • Eenie Googles says:


    • iconoclast59 says:

      I’m 2 days late reading this post, but as a younger Boomer, please don’t make this generational. I’m still working, and expect to do so until I’m physically no longer able. I’m not poor, but I wouldn’t exactly say I’m well-off, either. The only way I’ll be able to retire is if I downgrade my already-modest standard of living. I’m not saying this to evoke pity; it is what it is, and I’ve made my peace with it.

      I feel cheated, too, sometimes. I never married and thus never got to enjoy the socioeconomic boost that accompanies a 2-income lifestyle. As a woman, I lost untold potential income due to job discrimination and wage disparity (not that those issues have disappeared, but they were worse in my day). I did enjoy some opportunities of my time such as lower cost of living, affordable education, etc, and it sucks that these things weren’t perpetuated so that subsequent generations could benefit.

      But I am increasingly disturbed at the level of vitriol younger people are directing at people my age. Several years ago, in a cynical, snarky moment, I declared that younger people would want nothing to do with supporting us; they would set up euthanasia parlors in every strip mall, and launch a campaign to convince older folks that it’s their patriotic duty to off themselves. I’m starting to wonder if I was prescient.

  10. The Recluse says:

    Factor in the impact of climate change and the recent report about the slowing of the Atlantic jet stream which is BAD NEWS FOR EVERYONE, and yeah, I can see why people don’t want to bring children in such a world. It takes a massive leap of faith and money, which also too many don’t have.
    It is sad to live through such times.

  11. NYStateofMind says:

    I LOVE that house and the meaning behind the way they chose to design it. Wabi-Sabi philosophy.

  12. Penguin says:

    The US has a severe cultural problem with the idea that society as a whole should sustain everyone and that people cannot be individuals for everything. People over 50 deserve a pension as much as people under 30 deserve health insurance, regardless of their creed. It’s not socialism, it’s damn common sense.

  13. cmsosweet says:

    I feel awful for my 3 kids ages 19-23 to have to sift through all the selfish debris the American political shitshow gifted their generation but they are amazing decent humans who give me confidence that a lot of crappy entitled behavior won’t fly with the younger crowd. It’s so overwhelming I cant entirely block it out so I try to concentrate on the hope that it all leads to changing up the things are taking waaaay too long to truly change for us to be a better society.

  14. Anna says:

    I love their house. So there. It’s my minimalist dream. Can’t stand either of them (K+K) but the house is fab.

  15. IMARA219 says:

    I would love nothing more than to have more children but it’s not financially feasible. I had to decide Ph.D. or a baby no.2. Unfortunately, I picked the Ph.D. and still ran out of funds. Now no house or Ph.D. or baby. I had to decide between house or trips/credit debt and unfortunately credit debt repayment is a lot. Hubby and I technically should be better off than we are but financially speaking so many issues. Daycare fees/prices are ridiculous, insurance is enough to sink you, our first child had so many early health issues that I am still paying it back and a 2nd one would mean we live in an RV or trailer.

  16. newmenow says:

    That is one ugly building. Hesitate to call it a house, not very welcoming or comfortable to me. No worries tho, I could not afford to buy the mailbox on it, let alone the house.