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Blossom Sets Us Straight on What to Do if We See a Boob in Public

By Cindy Davis | Pajiba Love | February 26, 2014 |

By Cindy Davis | Pajiba Love | February 26, 2014 |

This is pretty darned cool; the Mad Men cast gets the Norman Rockwell treatment for an upcoming Saturday Evening Post cover. (Post Gazette)

Speaking of magazine covers, she’s baaaack! Paula Deen that is. Can’t keep a bigoted woman down. (Celebitchy)

Frankly, I’d like to see all the show opening credits this way; The Walking Dead’s are one of my favorites. Check out the Community re-imagining. (Unreality)

Hallelujah; Ashton Kutcher’s Jobs rendition shall not stand! David Fincher is in talks to direct Aaron Sorkin’s biopic of the Apple co-founder—if anybody can wash the blandness from our minds, it’s these two. (Slashfilm)

Spike Lee does not like hipsters. I mean, really, really doesn’t like motherfuckin’ (apparently his favorite word) hipsters. (Uproxx)

True Detective creator and writer Nic Pizzolatto hinted in a (promptly deleted) Tweet that we may be in for lead ladies next season. Puh-leaze let it be Tricia and Katee. (Warming Glow)

Now that I have a few kids myself, I know a house with six must be sheer madness. But when I was younger I always thought it would be so cool to live in the Brady House. Check out these 11 Television Homes We Always Wished We Could Live In. (Underscoopfire)

Mayim Bialik reminds that breastfeeding is not a sexual act. “I don’t believe you need to cover up a baby eating any more than you need to cover up a baby drinking a bottle…our culture has a very,very bizarre relationship with breasts.” Amen. (Oh, and commence arguing over that picture and what to what age breastfeeding is appropriate, because I know you will.) (DListed)

I’m unsure whether or not to be ashamed I became bored with and quit Downton Abbey midway through this season, but I’m certain the Fug the Show recap will be much more entertaining. (Go Fug Yourself)

In case you missed the news last week, author R.C. O’Leary has pledged all royalties from the sales of his debut novel Hallways in the Night through Feb 28 to the Cannonball Read (and thus, the American Cancer Society)! Head on over to the Cannonball Read group blog to find out about O’Leary and how those
Cannonballers are honoring the late, great AlabamaPink! (Cannonball Read 6)

These murals are by Brisbane artist Fintan Magee simply awesome. (More at This Colossal)


Here’s the ultimate pop culture alphabet by Jeff Victor. (Neatorama)

OHMYGOD. I need to go to this Swedish science fiction bookstore and ride the elevator all day. (via Nerd Approved)

Cindy Davis, (Twitter) is available to dream cast your show.

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