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If You Ask Nicely Enough, Ronda Rousey Will Date You

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 2, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 2, 2015 |

So we know Fear the Walking Dead has a problem with killing off only black characters, but what about its parent show? Percentage-wise, The Walking Dead kills off pretty equal numbers of white and non-white characters, but their overall number of black characters is atrocious. (Uproxx)

Janet Jackson’s pants make me sad. (Go Fug Yourself)

Lena Dunham wants Justin Bieber and other pop singers to stop writing songs about how no means yes. I’ll second that. (DListed)

Bristol Palin wants Barack Obama to stay out of Alaska. I would like Bristol Palin to stay out of my newsfeed. (Celebitchy)

All of those internet campaigns over the last few years of guys trying to get famous women to go on a date or to their prom or whatever have finally paid off. Ronda Rousey has accepted a Facebook video invitation to the Marine Corps Ball. (Mashable)

If you’re in the market for a college scholarship, PornHub has one you should check out. No, really. (BuzzFeed)

Does Snapchat do anything but get people in trouble? Here’s an idea: if you’re running a daycare, don’t decide it would be fun to make the 4-year-olds fight. And if you’re gross enough to do that, DON’T TAKE PICTURES OF IT. (Washington Post)

The Pope says women can now be forgiven for their abortions if they’re “contrite.” While I understand this is a big step for the Catholic church, it’s also super patronizing, no? (NBC)

I threw this into yesterday’s Kermit article comments, but I think it’s worth re-sharing. Be prepared to never unsee this comparison:

By the way, if people could stop calling this new pig a “homewrecker,” that would be great. I know these are just Muppets we’re talking about here, but that’s a grossly sexist way to look at this narrative. (Daily Dot)

Kanye West’s VMA speech is my new favorite Seinfeld episode. (Daily Dot)

Here’s putting a very typical 15-year-old face to Deez Nuts. Is it surprising to anyone that the teenager wants to build a border fence? (Digg)

The end of Aqua Teen Hunger Force is the end of a very important era in TV animation. (The AV Club)

For once, Quorren didn’t peg the correct murderer in a British detective novel. If you’re looking for a change of pace in a formulaic genre, you’d do well to read Falling Star by Patricia Moyes. Narrated by the murder suspect, this stand out rated 4 stars. (Cannonball Read 7)

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