Emma Stone And The New Spider-Man Crack Open Your Heart, Pour A Little Sunshine In
You know how a young man in Miami ate some human flesh and was supposedly on bath salts at the time? Turns out he wasn't. I actually think what they found in his system is rather surprising. But that's just, like, my opinion man. (Boing Boing)
Speaking of being stoned, this Hollywood Reporter profile starts with the great line: "The first time I met Oliver Stone, he tried to pick up my girlfriend." It's a fascinating read. One of those rare instances of honesty in Hollywood. I think. Probably. (THR)
Chevy Chase will return to "Community" next year and, if he's being honest, he's likely doing it to piss Dan Harmon right off. (Warming Glow)
Uh, so, I hope your bunk is well-stocked because you may be there a while. Nathan Fillion as The Vitruvian Man. Check out his holster. (QMx)
For the first time ever, the complete Indiana Jones franchise is available on Bloo-Reigh. Yup! Even the crappy one! Nifty discount available here. (Nerd Approved)
Hey, smart phone addicts, have I got some dorky looking apparel for you! (Cool Things)
As you've no doubt noticed, the Supreme Court made some noise this morning by upholding the ACA. Here's an ever so helpful calculator that will break down exactly what that means for you. And, barring that CNN F*ck Up, the histrionic declarations from conservatives that they now plan to move to Canada (you know, land of gay marriage and socialized health care not to mention syrup-drenched moose) is the loveliest thing. (Buzzfeed)
It was Tony Leung's birthday yesterday. That's pretty much all the excuse I need to post this photo. (TFE)
The Magic Mike ad campaign has pretty much been "let's relentlessly bump and grind everyone into submission." It's working! Especially on Ann Curry.
The Amazing Spider-Man cast, on the other hand, has gone the "let's relentlessly cuddle and grin everyone into submission." Also working. Particularly on me. (GFY)
Speaking of things that should warm your heart, here's what bullied bus monitor Karen Klein aims to do with all the money raised in her honor. P.S. If you think I like the dude who started the fundraiser any less because he's wearing a headband, then you don't know me at all. (Celebitchy)
Dashboard confessional time. I think this is something I could use in my car. (Reddit)
The mayor of Lincolnshire dressed as a sausage to greet the Olympic Torch as it came through her town. And, yep, that's exactly what she looks like. A Lincolnshire sausage. Nothing else. Nope. (Telegraph)
*I totally do.
Joanna Robinson watched a music video about Tau this morning. It wasn't good enough to share with you and she'll never get those 6:28 minutes back.
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