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Is There Any Chance We Can Get Scott Eastwood to Stop Saying Words?

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 24, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 24, 2016 |

Scott Eastwood gave an interview where he talked about an old girlfriend who died tragically in a car accident, and that’s what most outlets are running with, pullquote-wise. But oh wow, the rest of the interview is just the most insufferable douchedom, with stories about being hit by his father thrown in as fun little anecdotes. (Celebitchy)

Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel hosted a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton. A lot of famous people came, but I’m stuck on Toby Maguire, who apparently didn’t get the memo that maybe, when for this type of event, you’d at the very least want to dig out one of your good t-shirts. (Lainey)

I’m going back to bed.

What’s missing from that 100 Greatest Films list that’s been going around? (Women In Hollywood)

The price of EpiPens— you know, that thing so many people need to keep them from dying— has surged and people are PISSED. (Mashable)

Please make this happen. Please oh please oh please.

I don’t watch Big Brother, but I had no idea it was such a douchebro-y, misogynistic environment. (Revelist)

There’s a cheese crisis in America right now, which, given how much money I spend on cheese every month, doesn’t make sense to me. (BuzzFeed)

This 105-year-old woman planned herself the best birthday party. (DListed)

The Gutsy Girl is a wholly positive book that encourages young girls to get out of their comfort zones and be adventurous, and it’s written by Caroline Paul, one of the first women firefighters with the San Francisco Fire Department. Cannonballer Sophia says it’s an entertaining read, and she hopes it inspires many young girls. What books inspired you as a kid? (Cannonball Read 8)

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