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It Takes An Incredible Evil to Make Glenn Beck Sound Reasonable

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 21, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 21, 2016 |

Should someone tell Maria Bello that her stylist is playing a horrible joke on her? (Go Fug Yourself)

Taylor Swift is for sure keeping an Arya Stark-style list of enemies, right? (Lainey)

Jennifer Hudson is joining the Adam Sandler/Netflix family. She deserves better, doesn’t she? (DListed)

The enemy of our enemy is Glenn Beck. (Facebook)

A Starbucks proposal doesn’t sound like the most romantic thing, but this one involves Damian from Mean Girls in the spot where he met his now-fiancee. I’m not crying, you’re crying.

The 16th season of Degrassi drops tomorrow. This show is a huge hole in my pop culture knowledge, so I’m going to need you all to weigh in on this ranking of all 85 of the series’ characters. (Revelist)

Is Peak TV over? (Uproxx)

Here’s your ultimate explainer for all those people who love to remind you that Lincoln was a Republican. (Vox)

Kirsten Dunst is adapting and directing The Bell Jar, thereby living out all of College Me’s Theatre/Women’s Studies dreams. (Flavorwire)

The RNC finally landed on a scapegoat for Melania Trump’s plagiarized speech, and I’m trying to decide which is less surprising: her femaleness or the fact that she’s probably not a real person. (Mashable)

What the Convention looks like from a Cleveland strip club. (Gawker)

The Journalist and the Murderer by Janet Malcolm is "an excellent book that is part journalistic inquiry, part court-room drama, and part social discourse." Cannonballer Ale highly recommends this non-fiction book about a journalist who receives a mysterious letter from a lawyer suggesting that a libel court case may ruin the entire professional sphere of journalism. "Even as person who finds law and courtroom drama to be incredibly boring, this was a fantastic read that had me interested from the first page." (Cannonball Read 8)

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