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Bill Murray Lost It at Justin Timberlake's Birthday Party & Rebel Wilson's BAFTA Word Vomit

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 15, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 15, 2016 |

Welcome to Monday! I saw this picture of SWINTON just moments after I posted Friday’s Pajiba Love and I have been waiting ALL WEEKEND to share it with you. (Go Fug Yourself)

Stephen Fry quit Twitter with a flurry of f-bombs. (DListed)

Bill Murray reportedly snapped and threw some fans’ phones off the roof of a restaurant this weekend when they tried to take his picture. The reports are saying Murray had such a strong reaction because the fans had their phones’ flashed on, but I’d guess the real reason is because all of this happened at Justin Timberlake’s birthday party. If you’re having dinner with Timberlake, I feel like you’re going to have a short fuse. (CNET)

Rebel Wilson’s BAFTA acceptance speech was all levels of awful. (Mary Sue)

The very best possible recap of the current Supreme Court situation:

And while we’re on the subject, here’s a brief history of Antonin Scalia’s shittery. (Jezebel)

When Jennifer Lawrence has dinner with any male human, the gossip outlets generally make a huge deal out of it. So why aren’t they doing that with her and Aziz Ansari? (Lainey)

Here are your 10 questions from the Walking Dead premiere. (Uproxx)

This is my new meditation:

Silence of the Lambs was released 25 years ago yesterday. Here’s why Buffalo Bill still haunts your nightmares. (Rolling Stone)

I hope you had a better Valentine’s Day than this octopus, whose “blind date” event (read: public mating in front of a crowd of pervy humans) was cancelled because people were worried he wouldn’t sex his mate, but eat her instead. (HuffPo)

If you were asked to name every president who was assassinated, would you remember James Garfield? It turns out that Garfield was a fascinating person with an amazing life story, and someone who could’ve been remembered as one of our greatest presidents, if he had lived. Destiny of the Republic is the story of why he didn’t. It "brings to life a remarkable man whose life was cut short by not only a bullet, but the unfortunate medical practices of the time." Check out Ellesfena’s five-star review. (Cannonball Read 8)

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