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Blake Lively & Martha Stewart Reunited As Best Friends, Plus Obama Saves The Internet

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | November 10, 2014 |

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | November 10, 2014 |

President Obama just made his stance known on the net neutrality debate. This guide to today’s announcement explains the bold points. (Gizmodo) This is the beginning of a long fight but still promising news. (Verge)

Do you want to start reading comics but don’t know where to begin? (TMS)

Good news: The p-word will no longer be bleeped out on Comedy Central. (WG)

One of the US nurses who survived Ebola reveals that cleanup crews destroyed her engagement ring. On one hand, that must feel like a punch in the heart. On the other, first world problem. (Jezebel)

Eli Roth got married this weekend. His bride is lovely … but quite young. (DL)

Blake Lively & Martha Stewart made nice at the Made in America event, which makes me believe (if for only a moment) that Blake really does know Preserve is ridiculous. Suck it, Goop. (Lainey)

Robert Plant ripped up an $800 million contract for a Led Zeppelin reunion tour. Now get. off. his. lawn. (ET)

As we head into the holiday season, here’s 14 Facts about It’s a Wonderful Life. (Phactual)

Nicki Minaj stunt-queened herself into a new controversy. Her lyric video is chock full of Nazi imagery. This description sounds like an exaggeration, but it is not. (CB)

Jennifer Lopez usually has better taste in fashion than men. (GFY)

What does Guardians of the Galaxy: Planet Hulk mean for the MCU? (Unreality)

A weekend with Bill Murray contains many revelations. I suspect there were more things this journo learned, but all was hampered by the Murray tequila. (RS)

Is Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar too ambitious (and does it matter)? (Slashfilm)

Awkward: Rita Ora has her “first facial” and shows off a photo with a possible double meaning. (JJ)

Gabrielle Union talks about feeling “mortified, terrified” after hackers stole her photos. She rightfully insists, “I’ve done nothing wrong.” (Us)

Bloody fooking hell. Let’s bring back these old British dialect words. (MF)

Amy Poehler can do no wrong, according to Cannonballers ModernLove, mathildehoeg, and Lollygagger. All three have already read and reviewed Poehler’s memoir, Yes Please, published in October. "What [Poehler] shares is a mixture of pride, shame, humor, and insight," says Lollygagger, and Mathildehoeg calls it "deeply honest". ModernLove found that there was "a chapter in this book that connected so strongly with my life, I almost cried." Check out their reviews, and see if you can resist this book. (Cannonball Read 6)

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