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Can You Handle the Schadenfreude Of a Rattailed, Shirtless Shia LaBeouf Rapping About Potatoes?

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | June 29, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | June 29, 2015 |

Remember last week when Ming-Na Wen rocked a sexy supervillainesque outfit? Now Janelle Monae seems to have joined the same secret evil society. Capes for everyone! (Go Fug Yourself)

Dustin continues to try to figure out what the hell is going on in True Detective this season. (Uproxx)

Sandra Bullock says she’s basically a Minion, and has the enviable footwear to prove it. (Celebitchy)

Shia LaBeouf should maybe not quit his day job doing whatever it is he does now. Apparently he dabbles in freestyle rap, and if you can suffer through the video, I think you’ll find yourself rewarded when he starts rapping about potatoes and casseroles. It’s a beautiful, weird mess. (Lainey)

By midday Friday, chances are good that your Facebook feed was made nearly entirely of rainbows. It was a wonderful showing of joy and solidarity… and also a great way for Facebook to mine and track data. (Atlantic)

I love what an important role books have played in the third season of Orange Is the New Black (and previous seasons, too!). Here’s a list of every book mentioned and read. Those inmates are giving Rory Gilmore a run for her money. (BuzzFeed)

Vulture ranked all 169 episodes of Seinfeld from worst to best. I marvel at the commitment of this project. (Vulture)

Someone made a fake satirical ISIS flag for Pride this weekend, and CNN couldn’t tell the difference. To be fair, it does look pretty realistic… you know, except for all the butt plugs and dildos. (DListed)

This Confederate flag parade ended in the only way it deserved. The video is NSFW for language, but is still full of schadenfreudey goodness on mute. (Daily Dot)

Take the Napoleonic wars and add dragons, and you’ve got His Majesty’s Dragon by Naomi Novik. Cannonballer Debcapsfan isn’t usually into alternate history books, but she gave this one four stars and is looking forward to the next in the series. What’s your favorite book featuring dragons? (Cannonball Read 7)

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