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  • Is the U.S. starting to get a handle on COVID-19? Is this what optimism feels like?
  • Oh wait, maybe I spoke too soon: apparently "herd immunity" is not going to be likely in the U.S.
  • New Jersey is launching a "shot and a beer" program to encourage locals to get vaccinated: "Any New Jerseyan who gets their first vaccine dose in the month of May and takes their vaccination card to a participating brewery will receive a free beer."
  • The upcoming Vaccinated Summer Of Love (and/or hookups) may be a little awkward at first.
  • Speaking of love and everything in between, people are apparently having more and more platonic marriages.
  • Uncomfortable question of the day: "Is your T-shirt a human rights violation?"
  • The Atlantic writes about professional women who are leaning out: "Feminism, these women decided, doesn’t have to be all about work. Sometimes, in fact, it can mean relaxing a bit, especially in the middle of a global emergency."
  • Alexander Skarsgård will guest star in Succession's third season as Lukas Matsson, "a successful, confrontational tech founder and CEO."
  • Facebook’s Oversight Board will decide whether or not Donald Trump can return to the platform.
  • Bill & Melinda Gates announced that they are splitting up after 27 years.
  • Marvel released a sizzle reel which included the first footage from The Eternals, a.k.a. Oscar Winner Chloé Zhao's The Eternals.
  • And finally, you otter press play on the video below: