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Emmy Rossum Shared the Disgusting Anti-Semitic Tweets She's Getting In Trump's America

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 14, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 14, 2016 |

Since we’re hopefully and presumably going to be seeing a lot of Ruth Negga this awards season, it’s good to know she has a super wacky fashion sense to keep us all entertained. (Go Fug Yourself)

Emmy Rossum is going the Leslie Jones track of retweeting the vile harassment she’s getting on Twitter. People are disgusting. I know you knew that already, but every time I think we can’t sink any lower, someone photoshops together a mockup of Trump-era concentration camps. (Celebitchy)

Many, many years and broken bones later, Jackie Chan won an honorary Oscar. (Lainey)

I know you all have strong, unwavering opinions on food products, so I’ll toss this one into the pit and let you fight it out amongst yourselves: McDonald’s Italy’s new Nutella Burger. It’s not far from a jelly donut, I guess, but just calling a burger makes me gag. Plus, the video definitely makes it look like it’s pooping. Thoughts? (DListed)

A highlight from the SNL cast party: Dave Chappelle singing “Creep.”

In a life full of highlights? I'm glad I waited til 5:22am for this….

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Were you part of the great Facebook mass memorial last week? (NBC)

It didn’t take long for last week’s safety pin campaign to garner some harsh backlash. Whether you were into the pin idea or hated it from the start, here’s a great reminder that talking over the people you’re claiming to be standing up for is never the way to go about anything. (Establishment)

Shocking: Max Landis has a problem with another capable female character. (Vanity Fair)

Five novels that may offer a little hope in this sudden real-life dystopia we’ve found ourselves in. (Inverse)

Has Negan already worn out his welcome on The Walking Dead? (Uproxx)

This man found a tiny sliver of unclaimed land and tried to start his own country. It’s, uh, not going so well. (BBC)

PBS’ Gwen Ifill has passed away at 61. (PBS)

Sometimes Cannonballers will save a special book for their Cannonball (52nd) review, and Mrs. Julien did just that with Sally Thorne’s The Hating Game. This debut novel impressed our resident Kissing Book connoisseur so much that she has added it to her Classics list. "The writing is fantastically witty and fresh, the love story sweet, and I have already pre-ordered Sally Thorne’s next book." Drop a congrats to Mrs. J on her Cannonball in the comments, and tell us your favorite kissing book this year. (Cannonball Read 8)