I had no idea until just now — but Danica McKellar has a brand new book out called “Kiss My Math!” LOVE HER. (Jezebel)
A former Bush aide is suing over the idea for Swing Vote, a film which, despite an eloquently flattering review by our own John Williams, still kind of sounds like a… You know, “piece of crap.” (WIMB)
If this guy who called 911 on the Subway ever decides to take his case to court, I bet I know the perfect guy to fight his case. (QuizLaw)
Here’s a cute interview with a young kid fresh off an internship with the “Late Show with David Letterman.” (WaPo)
Bastard, bastard, bastard, bastard!! It is fun to say!! (Agent Bedhead)
On the subject of the Olympics, Playboy has decided to pay a not-demeaning-whatsoever tribute to our female athletes. (Yeeeah!)
The notoriously affable Brendan Fraser might actually be kind of a cheap asshole after all. (Celebitchy)
Happy Birthday to Sub Pop Records, who turns 20 today! Like I’m not feeling damn old enough these days or anything. (MixTapeTherapy)
The Southern beauty pageant circuit, famously known for dressing five year old girls up like transvestites, surprisingly is deeply rooted in gay culture. (FourFour)
This is pretty much my favorite thing of today. (SeriousEats)
This week’s Pajiba Love Friday Feature is Dreams on Spec, a documentary which follows the arduous process a screenwriter goes through in order to bring their dream to fruition. If anyone has any recommendations for future Friday Features, please visit SnagFilms and send me your picks!
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