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  • A blockbuster report from The Washington Post about the January 6th attack on the Capitol revealed that the FBI received many detailed, alarming tips about potential violence and dismissed the warnings: "A national network of multi-agency intelligence centers spotted a flood of Jan. 6 warnings, but federal agencies did not show much interest in its information."
  • The Times has a big interactive piece about traffic stops in which they found a striking pattern: "In dozens of incidents, footage shows, officers made tactical mistakes that put themselves in positions of danger...then used lethal force to defend against that danger."
  • New Gawker has some definitive unofficial rules of posting that are actually pretty useful.
  • Vulture rounded up a list of the 22 best new comics you should check out.
  • The only people who got to interview Mark Zuckerberg after the big Facebook/Meta rebranding last week were people who "ingratiated" themselves to Zuck, whether through flattering coverage or familial connections.
  • Apparently, McDonalds' are "sleek and boring" now, I guess some people miss the days when McDonald's was...dated?
  • Page Six really outdid themselves with this tweet, giving New York City a whole new identity: "Kim Kardashian arrives in Pete Davidson's native NYC after holding hands."
  • Watch the first trailer for The Book Of Boba Fett, which thankfully doesn't appear to actually be a book.
  • Donald Glover dropped the first teaser trailer for the next season of Atlanta as well, though you can only see it between 8 p.m. and 3 a.m.
  • Listen to a long-lost, fan favorite Radiohead outtake "Follow Me Around." And also watch The War On Drugs perform four songs from their excellent new album I Don’t Live Here Anymore for a Tiny Desk Concert.
  • And finally, Bizzy had an out-of-this-world Halloween: