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Jennifer Lawrence's Salary Will Depress You & Shannen Doherty Has Breast Cancer

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 20, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 20, 2015 |

It turns out it really is possible to prevent an asteroid from hitting Earth, and it doesn’t even involve recruiting Bruce Willis. (Uproxx)

I have very strong feelings about Laverne Cox’s new bangs and they are not positive. Thoughts? (Go Fug Yourself)

Jennifer Lawrence is officially the top earning actress, having made $52 million in the last year. It’s probably not a good idea to think in terms of comparisons to what your own life accomplishments were by the time you were 25. (Celebitchy)

If a 25 year old’s salary doesn’t infuriate you, this might. Shannen Doherty has been diagnosed with breast cancer, and they caught it much later than they would have if not for insurance company bullcrap. (DListed)

Two new women have come forward with stories of being assaulted by Bill Cosby, pushing the current number of accusers to more than 50. (Mashable)

Ugh, that’s too much upsetting news. Here’s something cute:

If you’ve ever wished you could live in a Wes Anderson world, now you can. Well, kind of. Anderson has designed a cafe in Milan that’s just dripping with whimsy. (People)

If you’re having trouble taking the presidential candidacy race seriously, have I got a candidate for you: a 15-year-old registered as “Deez Nuts” who is “putting up the best third-party numbers since Ross Perot.” (The Guardian)

Here’s an interesting look at why most people tend to assume girls don’t play video games, and just how wrong they are. (Kotaku)

If you’re a fan of Ursula K. Le Guin, Lizbth highly recommends Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie. Leckie seemed to Lizbeth to be similar to Le Guin, "…with her intricacies and slow burn and above all, her superb investigation into the nature of gender in society. If you are even the slightest bit interested in the way gender and sex interact with language and thinking, you need to read this book." (Cannonball Read 7)