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David Lynch Lynch Won't Explain 'Twin Peaks,' But He'll Clarify His Goddamn Trump Remarks

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | June 26, 2018 |

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | June 26, 2018 |


I’ll just let Court introduce this one herself. (We adore you, Courtney, and as always, thanks for sharing your life with us.) (Bustle)

Speaking of Courtney, here she is paying tribute to May from director Lucky McKee (the same director who got me banned from Sundance because of a different movie). I actually like May a lot, too. (Fangrrls)

Why does this man insist upon making his daughter’s life about him? And why does TMZ enable him? Who the fuck cares what this man thinks, and stop trying to tarnish something that even I can recognize as good. Jesus. (I’m angry about a lot of things today, and I guess I’m just going to take it out on this asshole). (Lainey)

I’m with her. (Celebitchy)

Just to clarify: David Lynch said that Donald Trump could go down as a great President, but as things are going, he most certainly will not go down as a great President. (Also, pick a lane, David) (Dlisted)

Helloooooooo Evangeline Lilly. (GFY)

Season 4 of Better Call Saul will reintroduce a Breaking Bad character who has been named but never seen. (Uproxx)

Here are 30 ways White people say “Black People” without actually saying “Black People.” (VSM)

Well, shit. Goddamnit. (The Root)

The career of Roger Ailes is getting a Showtime series, and it’s found a lead. It’s actually great casting. I think. (FSR)

Check this cast: Eddie Murphy, T.I., Wesley Snipes, Mike Epps, and Craig Robinson. (Shadow and Act)

The Peter Berg/Mark Wahlberg combo has not exactly been successful, as of late, so it’s ballsy to start work on a sequel to their next movie before it even comes out. (SlashFilm)

via Nateman: What the fuck?

On Saturday a branch of the American Library Association voted to change the Laura Ingalls Wilder Medal to the Children’s Literature Legacy Award, over "expressions of stereotypical attitudes." Ellesfena reread the Little House on the Prairie books earlier this year, something she had put off, because she knew it would be painful. "Readers have a responsibility to examine our reactions to problematic books, and use these books as a way to explore our own attitudes. To read the Little House books with sentimentality rather than critical thought will do you no good." Were the Little House books important to you as a child? (Cannonball Read 10)

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