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Anna Paquin Is Neither Fat Nor Pregnant & Jenny McCarthy Takes Her Gross Idiocy to New Levels

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 19, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 19, 2015 |

Aww, Jessica Chastain is helping Chris Hemsworth deal with being over the hill and totally done with, now that he’s no longer the official Sexiest Man Alive. (BuzzFeed)

I forget who I linked to recently, saying their dress looked like a middle school science fair project. Whoever it was, Chloe Sevigny clearly had a similar project, but maybe accidentally spilled some diet coke in her petri dish. (Go Fug Yourself)

Anna Paquin would like us all to know she is neither pregnant nor fat, no matter how her dresses may fit, but thanks 4 that. (Celebitchy)

And Olivia Munn would like to remind us that she is a human person, not a “possible off-field issue.” (Deadspin)

Jenny McCarthy has already made it known that she doesn’t understand how the human body works with her stance on vaccines. But now she’s taken to her own radio show to spew idiocy about HIV. From the garbled nonsense, it sounds like she was worried about contracting the virus from Charlie Sheen when she guest starred as his love interest on Two and a Half Men. As she puts it “If I have to be up front about a herpe, how could you not be up front about HIV?” I honestly don’t even know where to start with this. Any takers? (DListed)

This special ed teacher spends the first ten minutes of every day complimenting his students. Can we make this our new Pledge of Allegiance? Like a Pledge of Appreciation?

A+ TEACHER: Special education teacher begins each day by complimenting students, one by one.

Posted by ABC News on Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Jennifer Lawrence’s Mockingjay turtleneck is too salacious for parts of Jerusalem. Katnissless movie posters seem like a big waste of Jennifer Lawrence’s paycheck, don’t they? (Screen Rant)

Dustin thinks we shouldn’t be so hard on shows that tease the possibility of bringing characters back from the dead. Sure, it’s the TV equivalent of click bait, but hey, it works. (Uproxx)


Can I interest you in a little schadenfreude? That pharmaceutical company led by hedge fund douche bro Martin Shkreli— the one that bought the rights to Daraprim and jacked the price up 5,000%— has lost nearly $15 million in three months. (IFLS)

This woman’s American flag hijab is a glorious middle finger to Fox News. (Jezebel)

A recent New York Times interview with Gloria Steinem brought Marge Piercy and the 1976 novel, Woman on the Edge of Time, back onto Cannonballer ElCicco’s radar. A provocative tale of time travel that addresses poverty, race, sex, politics, work, family, environment, mental illness, and our choices, Woman on the Edge of Time seems even more relevant and unsettling than ever. Have you read this sci-fi classic? (Cannonball Read 7)

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