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  • Martin Scorsese wrote a fantastic op-ed for the Times about his feelings on cinema and Marvel movies: "In the past 20 years, as we all know, the movie business has changed on all fronts. But the most ominous change has happened stealthily and under cover of night: the gradual but steady elimination of risk."
  • Lev Parnas, an associate of Rudy Giuliani involved with the campaign to pressure Ukraine into doing Trump's dirty work against Joe Biden, had previously resisted speaking with investigators for the Democrat-led impeachment proceedings. That's about to change.
  • Hey, I wonder what Louis C.K.'s new standup set is like: "He is not aiming for redemption onstage. If anything, he’s doubling down on the comedic value of saying the wrong thing," the Times writes. "His subjects (Sept. 11, slavery, pedophilia, the Holocaust) made the case. He turned his new reputation in the #MeToo era into a springboard for jokes."
  • Should Democrats be nervous about Elizabeth Warren's chances against Trump based on polling done a year out from an election in which there are still over a dozen Democratic candidates vying for the nomination?
  • Check out some rare footage of Paris from 1900 that has been colorized.
  • Jimmy Kimmel might not be particularly funny, but he does love a Halloween prank.
  • An upstate New York pool hall bid ‘Goodbye NY — FU’ after announcing it’ll be closing after 30 years in business.
  • Hey, I wonder if Harvey Weinstein has learned anything and feels any remorse for his actions: "CNN has learned from those closest to Weinstein that he isn't sorry about his alleged misconduct. He's combative, maintains he is innocent of any crime and is planning for a career comeback post-trial."
  • A German start-up is working on the world’s first flying taxis.
  • Hey, I wonder if it's worth reading Joe Ricketts's memoir.
  • And finally, you had one job cat: