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Eva Mendes Has Pinpointed the Number One Cause of Divorce in America

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 19, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 19, 2015 |

Dustin’s got your weekly dose of Better Call Saul Easter eggs. The commitment to detail in this show is insane. (Uproxx)

In preparation for Empire’s season finale, Go Fug Yourself has a roundup of all the show’s best/worst leather overalls and silky ascots. (GFY)

The NY Times is fear mongering by suggesting that wearing an Apple Watch could be as dangerous to your health as smoking, but before you get worried, check out their source. (HealthNewsReview)

Eva Mendes has pinpointed the Number One cause of divorce: sweatpants. If someone told me I could be married to Ryan Gosling but in exchange, I could never wear sweatpants again, I honestly don’t know what I’d choose. Oh wait, yes I do. I’d choose the f*cking sweatpants, every time. (DListed)

Katy Perry and John Mayer have split up for a fourth time, presumably because one of them was caught wearing sweatpants. (Celebitchy)

I know next to nothing about David Arquette’s personal life and still think of him as Deputy Dewey, so it saddens me to now hear he’s so much of a mess, Justin Bieber of all people is throwing him out of parties. (The Superficial)

Elton John’s Dolce & Gabbana boycott lasted ONE WHOLE DAY. Bully for you, Elton. Way to stick it to the bigots. (Daily Mail)

Now you can listen to Shia LaBeouf’s heartbeat. For art. Or something. (Vulture)

Were you just sitting there, wondering if everyone in the cast of Superman II got along, or how Richard Pryor ended up in Superman III? I thought so. Here are a bunch of random facts about Christopher Reeve’s Superman movies. (Phactual)

Reginadelmar read Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein in an effort to read a few science fiction books for Cannonball Read. While she loved Ursula LeGuin’s The Left Side of Darkness, Heinlein’s book left her bored and disappointed. Granted, this book is over fifty years old and the imagined future is not the present, but it seemed too dated, so she only gave it a one-star review. If you’ve read Stranger in a Strange Land, how many stars would you grant it? (Cannonball Read 7)

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