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The Nose says goodbye to its blue check mark and looks at ‘Beef’

Steven Yeun and Ali Wong in the Netflix series ‘Beef.’
courtesy of Netflix
Steven Yeun and Ali Wong in the Netflix series ‘Beef.’

This week’s Nose is gonna make three 10X trades: 1K to 10K, 10K to a hundred, hundred to a million. Boom.

On April 20, Twitter stripped its blue check marks from the accounts of public figures and others who weren’t paying for them. Including many celebrities, who then went on to drag Twitter about how much they don’t care. At the same time, there seems to be a growing feeling (again) that Twitter might be dying.

And: Beef is a Netflix comedy-drama limited series created by Lee Sung Jin and starring Steven Yeun and Ali Wong. It “follows the aftermath of a road rage incident between two strangers.” Beef is currently the most popular TV series on Rotten Tomatoes and #2 in TV Shows Today on Netflix.

Jacques Lamarre’s endorsement:

Tracy Wu Fastenberg’s endorsements:

  • The Charles in Wethersfield, Connecticut
  • Comstock, Ferre & Co. in Wethersfield, Connecticut

Bill Yousman’s endorsements

Colin’s endorsements:

  • apple blossoms
  • poetry
  • sleep

Some other stuff that happened this week, give or take:

GUESTS:

  • Jacques Lamarre: A playwright and chief communications officer at Buzz Engine
  • Tracy Wu Fastenberg: Development officer at Connecticut Children’s
  • Bill Yousman: Professor of media studies at Sacred Heart University

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