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Deceased Race Driver Kevin Ward's Relative Calls Tony Stewart 'A D*ck'

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | August 11, 2014 |

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | August 11, 2014 |

Thank god Steven already “recapped” the Teen Choice Awards. I only have a few things to add about last night’s event: (1) Shailene Woodley is still very confused about fashion. (Lainey); (2) Taylor Swift looked exactly like she does whenever she “leaves the gym.” (GFY)

NASCAR drama: Over the weekend, Tony Stewart may have intentionally driven over fellow driver Kevin Ward, who was standing outside his car upon impact. Stewart’s team put out a “business as usual” attitude, and Ward’s family was understandably outraged. It gets uglier at the link. (Uproxx)

George R.R. Martin explains how chess player Bobby Fischer is indirectly responsible for Martin’s successful writing career. He also talks about why his writing process has slowed down as he creates more material. (WG)

An enterprising artist envisioned Game of Thrones as a subway map. All riders must die? (TV)

Kate Upton says the internet is to blame for her never fully disrobing for the camera. We could lament this situation, but Kate has taken most of it off already. Most of us can close our eyes and envision her breasts without any added imagination. (DL)

How would the world react if a female superhero pitched her own movie to Hollywood execs? Yes, this is exactly what would happen. (TMS)

James McAvoy covers Nylon to promote The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby. The best part of the interview comes from Michael Fassbender, who reveals that James loves to surprise him in odd ways. Like hiding on Fassy’s toilet with a BB gun. (Nylon)

This is a fantastic essay on what it’s like to be “a pretty girl” in society today. She doesn’t want your pity. She only wants to be heard, not seen. (HuffPo)

A critic marred the 100% fresh rating of Boyhood on Rotten Tomatoes. This writer argues that everything will be fine: “Masterpieces are not made so by unanimous praise, but by careful scrutiny. Criticisms, and the extent to which they illuminate the fascinating imperfections beneath those masterpieces’ surfaces, only make them stronger.” (IW)

Miley Cyrus popped a squat in the woods and documented it for her Instagram followers. This story actually gave me a nightmare this morning. (CB)

The legacy of Michael Jackson grows weirder as time passes. Now MJ’s maids are talking about his Neverland madness. One called him “the dirtiest, most unsanitary person in Hollywood.” The details are really gross. It sounds like MJ was fully off the deep end. (Page Six)

Do you miss Star Trek: The Next Generation? Revisit Captain Jean Luc Picard in his Borg incarnation. He was arguably as sexy as Seven of Nine. (Unreality)

Given that Kaley Cuoco scored an extremely lucrative bump in her pay for all remaining Big Bang Theory episodes, I’m not at all surprised to see that she ran out and immediately purchased a flower crown to wear to yoga class. Is that sh-t from Hobby Lobby? (GFY)

S’mores martinis, s’mores spaghetti & s’mores french toast. And more! (MF)

20 year later, Robyn Robotron would never have guessed she would be friends with someone from high school who had run with a different crowd. She also wouldn’t have guessed that he’d write a book about a 67-year-old woman who hiked 2000+ miles with barely more than the clothes on her back. Check out her review of Grandma Gatewood’s Walk by Ben Montgomery. (Cannonball Read 6)

Kermit the Frog apparently auditioned for The Avengers. He was super disappointed that he didn’t score The Hulk role. It’s not easy being …

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