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  • Donald Trump has pushed a baseless conspiracy theory about the death of Lori Klausutis, who worked for Joe Scarborough. Klausutis' widower has asked Twitter to remove the false tweets, which they refused to do.
  • It was peculiar when White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany commented it was "peculiar" that Joe Biden wore a mask during a Memorial Day event but not at home with his wife. The CDC recommends wearing a mask when you leave the house, not when you are in your house.
  • Alison Roman is apparently parting ways with the NY Times.
  • Comedian Conner O'Malley has done it again: watch as he demands "Governor Comb" reopen New York so he can throw Birdfest 2020, "an incredible collection of music and birds."
  • The NHL has become the first major sports league in America to announce their plans to return this summer.
  • The New Yorker writes about how remote work can be improved—and it has more to do with managerial issues than technological ones.
  • Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland talked to Vulture about their brilliant project Oh, Hello: The P’dcast and "human trash" Nick Kroll and John Mulaney.
  • Are "Quarantinis" and Zoom happy hours going to lead to people to having drinking problems?
  • Matt Zoller Seitz has some excellent thoughts on why Mad Men is so relevant right now: "It showed how the individual travels through history, their own story mirroring the national story in ways they might not grasp, and how people keep doing the same things over and over again. The details change, but human psychology remains the same."
  • Actor Richard Herd, who played Mr. Wilhelm on Seinfeld and also appeared on three Star Trek programs, has died. He was 87.
  • And finally, this is why you only hire dogs as DJs: