Florida peeps (and BSlim), we hope you’re all doing well and hope you’ll check in either here or over on Facebook to let everyone know that you’re hanging in there ok!
Holy schnikes, this is so bizarre to see! NO water in the bay/ocean, because Irma has sucked it all up. - (WP)
Jim Carrey showed up to a NY Fashion Week red carpet to shit on NY Fashion week, and icons, and … the existence of people? I dunno. Go home, Jim. You’re drunk.
Well, you definitely can't say that Jim Carrey gives a boring interview: "There is no me. There's just things happening." pic.twitter.com/HatQ6mHsKp— E! News (@enews) September 10, 2017
Being in Florida at Disney during the hurricane may not have been Kristen Bell’s first choice of places to be, but for Josh Gad’s family, it’s a damn good thing she was there or they might have been stranded with nowhere to stay! - (EW)
♪ I shot the sheriff, but I did not shoot the hurricane. ♪ Nobutseriously, don’t shoot the hurricane, Florida Man - (The Hill)
Sansa adopted a new direwolf puppy! Ok, fine, whatever. TECHNICALLY, if that’s how you’re going to be about it, Sophie Turner and her pornstacheod boyfriend Joe Jonas adopted a Siberian Husky puppy, named Porky Basquait. I will forever refer to this dog as Porkpie the direworlf. - (LG)
YES, women have been bad-ass military leaders for centuries. For longer than centuries. Millennia. - (Mashable)
You know what probably doesn’t make great pets? Sharks. Probably shouldn’t keep nearly a dozen of them in a swimming pool in a NY basement. I feel like this is just common knowledge and yet… - (CBS)
John Mayer could maybe get his white-chicks-only dick to nail Nicki Minaj. How thoughtful of him! (Run, Nicki! RUN!) - (DListed)
I’m still kind of amazed that a Tonya Harding movie *isn’t* on Lifetime *and* has actors like Margot Robbie, Allison Janney, and Sebastian Stan in it, but now it’s also getting great festival buzz? Huh. - (Celebitchy)
Grace Jones has never not been cool. Look at her. She exudes cool. - (GFY)
Pluidenovembre found Christina Henry’s Alice oddly calming. The dark and violent retelling of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was "strangely compelling and beautiful in its own twisted way." Alice is a mental patient, forgotten and abused until one night she and a fellow patient escape. They must fight a monster and remember who they are to save themselves. Do you have a favorite dark version of a classic? (Cannonball Read 9)