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Jeremy Renner Doesn't "Give a Sh-t About your Opinion,' and Michael Phelps Is Arrested

By Geek Girl Diva | Pajiba Love | September 30, 2014 |

By Geek Girl Diva | Pajiba Love | September 30, 2014 |

Nathan Fillion has an interview in Playboy. I just…there is something so RIGHT about this. (Playboy)

Jeremy Renner continues to say things of interest and give zero f*cks. Which is kind of heartwarming, in a way. (Celebitchy)

Aretha Franklin is the Queen. Pure and simple. At 72, she’s still laying it down and kicking ass with this cover of Adele’s Rolling In The Deep. (E!)

Julianne Moore in Rodarte makes me happy. But what I want to know is WHY IS SHE NOT WEARING THE DARTH VADER DRESS? (GFY)

Rosie and Whoopi got into it during a commercial break for The View. 1) I would so pay to see the battle royale. 2) Whoopi would so win. 3) Rosie Perez was the peacemaker here. I NEEDED THIS. (WG)

The Alamuddin/Clooney wedding photos are out. They’re predictably sweet and adorable. ((Lainey Gossip)

Wanna see a really, really great Wayne’s World cosplay? You know you do. Its that good. (Fashionably Geek)

If Tebow prays after a touchdown, it’s all good. If a Muslim player does it? Not so much. Way to go NFL! (Death and Taxes)

If you love Kill Bill (like me) and you think infographics are cool (how would you NOT think infographics are cool?) then you’re gonna love this. (/Film)

Michael Phelps was arrested today. It was for DUI, which is awful and dangerous and irresponsible, but compared to the more recent arrests of athletes, something of a relief. (Baltimore Sun)

Wal-Mart to Tracy Morgan: “You totally asked for it!” I hate Wal-Mart. (DListed)

Mindy Kaling and Elmo are feeling enthusiastic and it’s wonderful. Plus, chickens and dancing! (Vulture)

Geek Girl Diva is feeling a little cynical today.

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