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Can Someone Please Tell Marilyn Manson That His Opinion on Johnny Depp's 'Crucifixion' Isn't Needed?

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 6, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 6, 2016 |

Welcome back, everyone! If today was your kid’s first day of school, I hope it went smoothly, or at least as smoothly as you could force on them. (Mashable)

Marilyn Manson has spoken out about how Johnny Depp was “completely crucified—unjustly” by Amber Heard. (Celebitchy)

Oh no. Do we need to be prepping ourselves for a big Mel Gibson comeback? It sounds like he’s laying out a path of contrition that leads all the way to the Oscars. (Lainey)

The Playboy model who posted that body-shaming picture of a woman changing in the gym locker room may be facing jail time. (Mary Sue)

Here is a literal and thorough breakdown of what it would mean to have a taco truck on every corner. (Washington Post)

Gretchen Carlson settled her lawsuit against Fox News for (reportedly) $20 million. That’s half of what Fox paid Roger Ailes to go away, but still a pretty decent chunk of change. (DListed)

This video of a boy and his father watching a giant shark circle their boat was just a full five minutes of me screaming ‘GET OUT OF THERE” at my computer screen.

Can you all handle the excitement of an in-depth history of chairs? Let’s find out. (NPR)

I am LIVING for these commercials starring pre-fame celebrities. Steve Carrel’s chicken commercial might be my favorite, but Mila Kunis’ love of Lisa Frank and Leonardo DiCaprio saying the word “daddy” are tied for cringes. (Revelist)

Bruce Springsteen is talking openly and honestly about his depression. (Celebitchy)

“Slow TV” is a real thing, apparently, and it’s mesmerizing. These hours-long videos of real life nothingness are Netflix and actual chill. (Daily Beast)

Jenny S reviewed an advanced reading copy of Julissa Arce’s autobiography, My (Underground) American Dream, for Cannonball Read 8. "Julissa’s story is compelling and well worth reading. Amidst all the election vitriol, this memoir reminds me of what we will lose by not continuing to welcome immigrants into our communities and what we will gain by supporting the DREAM act." The book comes out 9/13, and you can pre-order it on Amazon via CBR and help fight cancer. (Cannonball Read 8)