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Kerry Washington Has Mastered the Art of Letting People Know How Badly They've F*cked Up

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 6, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 6, 2016 |

AdWeek messed up Kerry Washington’s face so badly with their photoshop job that she looks unrecognizable on the magazine’s cover. She did a really fantastic job of telling them they effed up while remaining gracious and classy. That’s not an easy feat. (Lainey)

By the way, the pictures inside the magazine aren’t as bad, but they’re also a total print catalogue snoozefest. (Go Fug Yourself)

Jennifer Aniston and I have something in common. (Celebitchy)

Is Janet Jackson pregnant? (DListed)

Last night’s American Crime Story finale showed real footage of people reacting to the OJ verdict in real time. The way the whole world just stopped whatever they were doing, it was reportedly “the most unproductive half hour in U.S. business history.” Can a moment like that ever happen again? Probably not. (Vanity Fair)

You know those Rich Kids of Instagram accounts? Those insufferably dim-witted, disgustingly privileged teenagers who love to post pictures of yachts and cars and a whole lot of butts in bikinis? Well, it turns out that investigators regularly use those pictures (and their ill-advised geotags) to gather evidence of the kids’ parents fraud of other wrongdoings. (Cosmo)

This nine-year-old reporter broke the story of a murder in her town hours before any other news outlet. So naturally, people on the internet had to try to tear her down. (Jezebel)

San Francisco just became the first US city to require employers to provide six weeks of fully paid maternity leave. (Vox)

More stories of whiny adults ruining events for kids: Harry Potter edition. (Daily Dot)

How a bake sale led to death threats. (The Guardian)

Sometimes a book is not supposed to be enjoyable; it’s supposed to open a door to a conversation that no one wants to have. Cannonballer Ale recommends just such a conversation, A Life’s Work: On Becoming A Mother by Rachel Cusk, a conversation "…which is that motherhood is not (at least not for everyone) filled with daily wonder and joy and happy sacrifice. Motherhood is hard drudgery, grueling sacrifice, and it tears a woman apart in a way in which she can never put herself back to the way she was before." This one will make you think, even if it doesn’t give you all the answers. (Cannonball Read 8)

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