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It's Almost Impressive How Clint Eastwood Managed to Double Down On His Own Awfulness

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 5, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 5, 2016 |

I like Cara Delevigne. But she is working overtime to get me to give up and admit that I simply do not get fashion. (Go Fug Yourself)

Drake and Rihanna rented out an aquarium for a fancy secret date and had dinner by the light of fish tanks. I think just reading that story may have knocked me up. (Lainey)

Hey, I didn’t think this was possible, but Clint Eastwood managed to maybe outdo his own awfulness. He now thinks “some poor slob” is a fine way to describe Khizr Khan, a Harvard-educated lawyer and the father of a deceased soldier. But Eastwood admittedly doesn’t know what he’s talking about. These are actual words he felt comfortable saying: “Ah… I don’t know, I know nothing about it. I think [Trump] made a mistake by making fun of the guy’s dead son but, you know, that’s his business.” No, it’s really not his business. (Celebitchy)

Speaking of dudes with the self-awareness of kelp:

Let the sound of Jill Steins actual 90s folk rock albums carry you into the weekend. (NYMag)

Audio Easter eggs are a thing now? This spoilery one from this week’s Mr. Robot is some “Dark Side of the Moon” level weirdness. (Uproxx)

The more women we see playing beer pong on their 100th birthdays, the more secure I feel in all of my life choices. (DListed)

But this headline alone is proving to be a lot to unpack: Would You Be Happier With a Different Personality? (The Atlantic)

Okay, but “better than they had it in Ancient Greece” maybe shouldn’t be the only bar we try to clear with this summer’s Olympic games. (Foreign Policy)

Just as an example, the long history of sexual abuse in USA Gymnastics is finally getting the attention it needs. (IndyStar)

Here’s how to plan a vacation around your favorite movie locations. Especially if you’re looking for Hunger Games bread loafs or baseball ghosts. (Revelist)

Congratulations to Andrea Krieter who recently posted her 52nd Cannonball Read review! She joins a dozen other readers who have hit their full Cannonball of 52 books so far this year. Unfortunately she might not be able to go further, "This book KILLED ME. I’M ACTUALLY DEAD, LOOK AT MY HEART OVER THERE CASS CLARE LOOK AT IT. I’m still thinking about that ending and I just freaking can’t! Why did you do that???" We think she’ll recover, but we’ll ask - what book has slayed you? (Cannonball Read 8)

Happy Friday, everybody! May this video of Kate McKinnon talking about her love of her cat give you all the warm feelings you deserve.

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