ABOVE: Lil Nas X unveils his “Industry Baby” single cover.
Kelci's real estate page is here. (Image via video still)
YOUTUBE: Kelci Cashman of Texas and her children were removed from a flight when she went on a homophobic tirade and refused to wear her mask. Ugh. This will never end, will it? Video of this trash also captures many passengers applauding a person telling her to get off the plane so they wouldn't have to hear her bigotry:
WAPO: Jeffrey Burrill, a top U.S. Catholic official, was outed using cellphone data that tracked him on Grindr and to gay bars. He has resigned.
ABC NEWS: Finally! NYC is going to require all health care workers to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or be tested weekly. Why? Some 40% — OF HEALTH CARE WORKERS — still are not vaccinated. That is fucking insane. Get out of the profession. (P.S. A larger share of the unvaccinated health care workers are outside of Manhattan and Queens.)
HUFF POST: Overall, U.S. life expectancy plummeted by 1.5 years in 2020, thanks to COVID-19. For Black and Hispanic residents, the number was 3 years.
CBS NEWS: Louisiana man hospitalized with COVID-19 says he'd still rather be hospitalized than vaccinated.
NYP: Three people were charged for allegedly slapping a kid around and shaving the word GAY into his hair.
TWITTER: Most human beings don't girlishly giggle when told that children are dying of COVID-19, but I guess it is on-brand for a troglodyte:
They don’t give a f*ck. pic.twitter.com/1z9rO7wNGg— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) July 21, 2021
POLITICAL FLARE: All of Trump's children — save for Barron — lose Secret Service protections today.
CAMSODA (WORK VERY UNFRIENDLY): CamSoda has announced it is about to market dildos patterned after the pet projects of billionaire dicks Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk and Richard Branson.
DLISTED: Megyn Kelly was damn mad about the Sports Illustrated cover featuring relevant, swimwear-friendly, relatable Naomi Osaka.
SOCIALITE LIFE: Dune character posters are here ... including Timothée Chalamet. I remember when the first film adaptation came out, I was way into Dungeons & Dragons and I thought the movie was aweeeee-simmmm. I was shocked it received horrendous reviews, but I clung to a four-star review in The Flint Journal as proof everyone else was wrong.
TWITTER: Dolly Parton, 75, posed in her 1978 Playboy-cover look to celebrate her husband Carl's birthday: