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Hulk Hogan Is a Racist Piece of Sh*t, Even In His Sex Tapes

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 24, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 24, 2015 |

Happy Friday! Here’s Paul Rudd in a suit. (Go Fug Yourself)

The internet is REALLY upset over what was apparently a really sh*tty ending for Wayward Pines. Fool us once, Shayamalan… (Uproxx)

Hulk Hogan somehow managed to combine his two favorite things: racism and sex tapes. He’s suing Gawker (surprising, I know) for $100 million for posting stills and a description of a sex tape Hogan made back in 2012, in which he uses the n-word a bunch of times in talking about his daughter’s boyfriend. He also says this gem: “I don’t have double standards. I mean, I am a racist, to a point.” And remember, he says this all WHILE HAVING SEX. My brain, it hurts. (DListed)

Tom Cruise apparently disowned his then 14-year-old-niece for kissing her boyfriend, when I guess Scientologist girls are only supposed to be kissing the spirit of Xenu inside themselves or something. This is pretty disturbing, actually. He banished her from California for two years and wouldn’t have contact or let her see her mother that whole time, until he decided she’d reformed. (Celebitchy)

A former Spin Magazine employee wrote our his memoir detailing his decision to quit, and he did it as 200 tweets. This is ridiculous and absolutely fascinating. (Slate)

I’m going to exploit the fact that I have you here, reading words I’ve typed, to tell you that you should go to this other place to read different words I’ve also typed. What does your childhood TV crush say about you, and how has it shaped your neuroses— I mean ‘affected your relationships’ ever since? (Throwback)

Kepler 452b is our new home away from home. You know, for when we finally utterly decimate this planet, it’s good to have a spare. (IFLS)

Could Michael Jackson playing Jar Jar Binks have made that character any worse? We almost had to find out. (Superficial)

Fantastic advice for all of us: What To Do When Your Opinion Does Not Matter. (The Toast)

Is internal bliss at the expense of outward oblivion desirable? If we lived in a world reminiscent of that which Keanu Reaves faced in "The Matrix," are we better off living in ignorance? And why does it seem that there is a fine line between religious fervor and religious fanaticism? Are they even mutually exclusive? These questions and more are tackled in A Death on Diamond Mountain, the story of several people’s search for enlightenment under the auspices of Tibetan Buddhism. Cannonballer genericwhitegirl reviewed Scott Carney’s book and found herself, well, enlightened. (Cannonball Read 7)

Have a good weekend! Remember not to be afraid of people who may seen different from you.

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