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Director Kenneth Lonergan Badly Defends Casey Affleck, Yells at Clouds, College Students

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | March 6, 2017 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | March 6, 2017 |

Here’s one of those weird coincidence things: I didn’t know who Halsey was until today. And today I was listening to a Halsey song LITERALLY as I saw this picture of her. And what a picture it is! Girlfriend, look, you can wear whatever you want to wear, YOU ARE THE BOSS OF YOU, but that just looks uncomfortable on your boobal area. - (GFY)

Oh, man, in sad news for those who grew up in the 90’s, Tommy Page, the singer of “I’ll Be Your Everything”, passed away this weekend. - (DListed)

In different sad news, Trump is still president, and fuck if anyone knows what to even do now after his weekend wiretapping TWEETERGANZA of idiocy. - (Celebitchy)

Look: Kenneth Lonergan is a great director, and You Can Count on Me was a phenomenal movie, but it’s not great, Bob, that he agreed to direct Casey Affleck in Manchester by the Sea. When a college student called him out on it, Lonergan penned a response, which basically amounted to yelling at a college kid over word choice. (AV Club)

*snerk* Don’t let Courtney see this. No wait, do let Courtney see this. She needs to see the Love Actually 2 turtlenecking that’s coming! - (Lainey)

In typical Chrissy Teigan fashion, she’s written a detailed and down-to-earth, relatable, and for some, all too familiar essay on Postpartum Depression. - (Glamour)

I love this interview with Letterman. “I’m tired of people being bewildered about everything he [Trump] says: “I can’t believe he said that.” We gotta stop that and instead figure out ways to protect ourselves from him. We know he’s crazy. We gotta take care of ourselves here now.”. I love the picture, too. - (Vulture)

I love when shows have Easter Eggs. Especially when they’re homages to one of my favorite writers. This week’s The Walking Dead had one to Stephen King. Did you catch it? - (Uproxx)

Is there someone in your life who makes you feel like you can never say the right thing? If so, Dome’Loki recommends that you look at Stop Walking on Eggshells: Taking Your Life Back When Someone You Care About Has Borderline Personality Disorder. Paul T. Mason and Randi Kreger’s book is helping her understand a difficult person in her life and develop strategies for having a relationship with them. (Cannonball Read 9)

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