Sure There Was A Presidential Debate Last Night But, In More Important News, Cameron Diaz Bent Over
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Sure There Was A Presidential Debate Last Night But, In More Important News, Cameron Diaz Bent Over

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | October 4, 2012 | Comments ()


Have you guys seen the adorably teeny brand new dino that was "discovered" this week? John Hammond, get to cloning so I can take it on walkies. (io9)

Alec Baldwin has offered to cut his salary in order to ensure that this is not the last season of "30 Rock." a) That's not the move of a closer Alec. No coffee for you. b) Thankfully, Tina knows when to fold, walk away, run. (EW)

Devin Faraci, film critic and terrible boxer, wonders whether it takes some of the magic out of the movie making/movie watching experience when directors explain all the intricacies of their films. (Specifically regarding Rian Johnson's Looper.) Is our enjoyment higher when we know less? (Badass Digest)

Next time you fuss over a paper cut or some other office related injury, think about this young woman who was knocked down during a race, trampled by her fellow runners and who then got up and medaled. Bad. Ass. (Stanford Mag)

In similar lady power news, Cameron Diaz bent over for the November cover of Esquire. Um. Nice. Ass? One guess who the photographer is. (Star Pulse)

In further banned book linkage, here is the collected wit of authors who discovered their titles had been banned. Yeah Harper Lee is still my favorite. (Flavorwire)

"Entertainment Weekly" has released their annual "reunions" issue and while the "Arrested Development" photo is the clear winner, I'm curious to know how many times Henry Thomas has been forced to pose in a red hoodie. If I were him, I'd have a "no hoodie" rider in my contract. (WG)

You can watch all of "House Of Cards," the Netflix Original series from David Fincher and Kevin Spacey, all in one greedy glut. All 13 episodes will be released on February 1, 2013. (THR)

Here's the first image of Nicole Kidman as Grace Kelly in the upcoming biopic about the actress/princess of Monaco. I'm sorry, this is Sparkling Diamond-level pretty. (TFE)

In my favorite mix of lurid nerdery, someone posted an ad on Craigslist for a Topless DM for their D&D game. C-cup is a must, no Man Boobs need apply. (Nerd Approved)

Whovians rejoice, you can now revisit your heartache with an e-book version of the novel that played a pivotal role in the season finale of "Doctor Who." Last page included. (Doctor Who TV)

The bad news: Salma Hayek believes the fashion industry promotes unhealthy boy-like bodies on women. The good news: Salma Hayek has obviously not been listening to the fashion industry. (Celebitchy)

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