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Meet the Most Hated Man In America, In All His Popped-Collar Hedge Fund Horribleness

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 22, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 22, 2015 |

Prepare yourself, mischief managers. Scientists are getting closer to creating actual invisibility cloaks. The version they’re developing now is more of a general cloaking garment, but it’s made of golden nanoantennas, and even though I don’t actually know what that means, I want all my clothes to be made of them forever. (Time)

Second to nanoantennas made of gold, I would settle for the beading on Regina King’s Emmy dress. It is glorious, which I couldn’t really see during the show. (Go Fug Yourself)

The internet is convinced The Walking Dead’s Carl made a cameo on this week’s Fear the Walking Dead. Given that Carl would have been about eleven at the time of this prequel, I think we can all assume that this spinoff is about to get some time traveling zombies and we were all super wrong to call the show boring. I hope they’re also from space. Then I would totally watch that show. (Uproxx)

Did you hear about Martin Shkreli, the pharmaceutical dudebro who bought the rights to Daraprim, a drug used to fight toxoplasmosis, and which is essential in cancer and AIDS treatments. He then jacked the price up from about $13 a pill to $750 a pill. Obviously, he is demon excrement dug from the bowels of hell and shaped into human form, and the whole world immediately recognized him as such. So how does a guy like that spend his free time? Scouring the internet and throwing elementary school insults at everyone that criticizes him, of course. (Gawker)

Robert De Niro gave an incredibly awkward interview to Radio Times— or at least part of an interview, before he walked out after suffering “negative inference.” This is just one weird interview in a very strange press tour, though. My favorite? When Anne Hathaway started crying during a roundtable discussion, talking about what an honor it was to work with De Niro. He responded by looking “baffled and vaguely appalled.” (Hollywood Reporter)

A HuffPo journalist wrote a super weird piece about boning Miss Piggy. It is detailed. And very, very uncomfortable. For the love of all things Henson, I cannot wait for the show to premiere this week so we can hopefully be done with this weird marketing narrative of slutty muppets. (HuffPo)

Bugs Bunny and 50 Cent have a lot in common.

January Jones and Will Forte have broken up (did you know they were dating? They were dating), and now all the tabloids are shipping her and Hamm. I have surprisingly few feelings on this. Thoughts? (Celebitchy)

Apparently more people have died from taking selfies this year than from shark attacks. We’re not allowed to find this funny, right? Okay, good, just checking. (Mashable)

Grace Jones wants to fight Kanye. No one here is betting on Kanye in that match. (DListed)

H/T to Sara Tonin for alerting me to everyone’s new favorite game: a tabletop strategy game where all the players are network TV executives trying to keep shows on the air. I WILL SAVE YOU HANNIBAL, IF ONLY IN MY MIND PALACE! (Kickstarter)

We all know Manson and his "Family" were found guilty of their crimes, but don’t let knowing the ending ruin your read of prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi’s Helter Skelter: The True Story of the Manson Murders. Caitlin_D gave it 5 stars for Cannonball Read. Law and Order’s got nothing on true crime. (Cannonball Read 7)

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