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Emily Blunt & John Krasinski Are Having Another Too-Beautiful Child & Ian McKellen Knows Why He Doesn't Have an Oscar

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 26, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 26, 2016 |

Yesterday, a Texas grand jury came out with a ruling after investigating those videos that made it look like Planned Parenthood was selling fetuses for profit. They said (thank god because OBVIOUSLY) PP hadn’t done anything wrong. Those dummies who made the video, on the other hand? Not so much. (NYT)

Matt Smith looks like he’s prepping for a role in some Jersey-based Miami Vice spin-off. (Go Fug Yourself)

Emily Blunt and John Krasinski refuse to stop combining their genes for the clear purpose of creating a new race of blindingly gorgeous, ultra-talented super soldiers. (US Weekly)

Let Ian McKellen demonstrate how to discuss whatever specific prejudices you face in your life without negating anyone else’s or hijacking the whole conversation. (Vulture)

Meet the man who may be more obsessed with Making a Murderer than even Dustin is. Maybe. (Kernel)

What it would sound like if the women in advertisements could talk. Yup, they’d be eternally horny with pretty low self-esteem.

Ben & Jerry’s made a Bernie Sanders flavored ice cream, which is pretty adorable, but the description of the actual flavor is the most hilariously brilliant metaphor I’ve ever seen in a dessert. (The Wrap)

Speaking of Bernie, Rob Lowe REALLY doesn’t like Sanders. Which is fine, but don’t use Sam Seaborn’s words to defend your dumb Twitter yelling, Lowe! Leave The West Wing out of this. (Daily Caller)

Well done, Variety. (Not a thing I’m used to saying.)

Apparently no one involved in this Canadian health ad campaign thought to Google additional meanings of their slogan. Urban Dictionary, it’s your friend. (Ad Week)

Good news, everyone! The calorie doesn’t mean anything. Let the binging begin! (Mosaic)

And the winner is… The Bollywood Bride by Sonali Dev! Voters on the Cannonball Read group blog selected this Romance title for the first discussion in the Cannonball Read 8 Book Club. Even if you didn’t vote or sign up for CBR8, you’re still welcome to join in on the discussion on March 1. Find out just how far from Harlequin the Romance genre has come! (Cannonball Read 8)

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