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Jeremy Renner's Awfulness Just Keeps Spiraling Out of Control: Deadbeat Dad Edition

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 26, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 26, 2016 |

I’m going to try to skip over the part where my insides are screaming $1600 A MONTH FOR PRESCHOOL??? and just focus on the bullshit of Jeremey Renner not paying his child support. (Celebitchy)

Does Lindsay Lohan understand how the internet works? I want to respect anyone’s request for privacy but she makes that literally impossible. (Lainey)

Susan Sarandon didn’t have the best time at the DNC, and made sure everybody knew it. (E!)

I forgot to put this in yesterday! If you haven’t yet seen Peter Dinklage try and fail to say “benevolent,” remedy that now.

We never talked about Netflix’s Lady Dynamite around these parts, did we? I LOVED it, but never finished, because the “It me” moments started to stack up a bit too depressingly high. (Revelist)

On the power First Ladies have always held, now that they’re not having to pretend otherwise. (Washington Post)

In Michelle Obama’s speech last night, she referenced a little boy who wanted to touch the President’s hair. Here’s a picture of that beautiful moment. (Vox)

When one of the most insane courtroom scenes is reenacted by Rick and Morty, does that make it a less depressing portrayal of our legal system, or way, way worse? (College Humor)

Oh, Ghostbusters toys have “exceeded expectation?” I’m going to choose to believe that that would be true even if merchandisers tend to set their expectations for female-based toys on the floor. (Variety)

RIP, Miss Cleo, the queen of 90s late-night psychic commercials. (DListed)

If you love baseball but are strictly into statistics, then this isn’t the book for you. Cannonballer jeverett15 says "Summer of ‘49 is a book for the fan seeking to recapture what it was to be a boy who loved the game, who admired the players on his hometown team and desperately hoped to grow up to be just like them. Halberstam was that boy in the summer of 1949, and he has set the experience on paper for others to relive." (Cannonball Read 8)

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