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Michael Che Dishes on Colin Jost’s Wedding to Scarlett Johansson

Dishing on their big plans! Michael Che gave an update on his pal and Saturday Night Live costar Colin Jost’s upcoming wedding to fiancée Scarlett Johansson.

During an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday, October 12, host Ellen DeGeneres asked the SNL writer, 37, whether he will be in the engaged couple’s wedding.

“I hope so, not if they want it to go over smoothly,” the comedian joked. “But if not, I would love to go and just disrupt everything, you know.”

Michael Che Dishes on Pal Colin Jost Upcoming Wedding to Scarlett Johansson
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Che added, “I think they’ll let me in because they feel like they have to. And I think that’s going to be a big mistake.”

DeGeneres, 62, said that she would “love to be invited as well” because she’d “like to watch” Che in action. Meanwhile, the Weekend Update cohost replied: “You’ll be my plus one. It’ll be awesome.”

Jost,

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Bledisloe Cup: Wallabies vs All Blacks, Michael Hooper, Captain, 100 Tests, Dave Rennie, Michael Cheika

Michael Hooper has always been ahead of the game in some way or another.

At just 19 years old and a fresh graduate from St. Pius X College in Chatswood, Hooper was thrown his Super Rugby debut for the ACT Brumbies.

Six years on, he’d become the youngest player to record 100 appearances having already skippered the Waratahs to their maiden title in 2014 in place of the injured Dave Dennis.

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Michael Hooper of the Wallabies looks dejected at a wet Newcastle. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)
Michael Hooper of the Wallabies looks dejected at a wet Newcastle. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)Source: Getty Images

By then he had already written his name into Australian rugby folklore.

In 2014, Hooper (22 years and 268 days) was unveiled as Wallabies captain – the youngest since the great Ken

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Author Michael Lind: US needs ‘new model’ for organized labor

Author Michael Lind called for a “new model” for organized labor in America, noting that most countries operate under a system where collective bargaining benefits entire economic sectors.

“Unions are important because in practice, wages are set by bargaining power, not merely by market forces,” Lind said in a Monday HillTV interview. “Employers do have some wiggle room in setting wages and they will set them as low as possible unless individual workers can pool their bargaining power through collective bargaining power somehow.”

Lind noted that most countries operate under so-called sectoral bargaining, in which employers and labor reach an agreement that covers all workers in a specific sector of the economy. He called this system “better both for workers and for business than the enterprise-based system of unionism that the United States has had since the 1930s.”

Lind faulted this American system for the collapse of American union membership

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