Me elsewhere: The week's TV news.
I woke to news of another nightclub shooting in Florida and I don't even know what to say at this point.
The "most damaging" DNC emails say the DNC was working against Sanders because . . . of course it was? He was trying to bring them down. Why would they be on his side? I find the whole conversation about this very frustrating - it feels like a lot of people think the DNC is part of the government or something, rather than a private organization that is literally only there to try to get actual Democrats elected.
"Johnson said he understood that the American people would expect him to be a substance-free Commander-in-Chief. 'As President, I will not indulge in anything,' Johnson vowed, as if he were J.F.K. promising not to take directions from the Pope."
Milo Yiannopoulos Does Not Deserve Twitter
Michael Caine has officially changed his name to Michael Caine, because apparently airport security got too annoying.
Here's our first look at the U.S.S. Discovery, from the new show Star Trek: Discovery.
Interesting: When Did the Media Turn Against Taylor Swift? (I am Team Taylor Controlling Her Own Narrative; I don't care to what extent it's "real".)
Celine Dion owns and wears a $900 Titanic sweatshirt, which somehow makes me feel better about the world.
A Brief History of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s ‘West Wing’ Obsession
Okay, let's start Monday with Prince George's birthday pictures.