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Even More Idiocy From Michael Eisner & The Washington Post Thinks Amy Schumer Inspired the Charleston Shooting

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 7, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 7, 2015 |

Dustin keeps trying to crack the True Detective case of Stan. There DOES need to be some reason why we care about Stan, right? (Uproxx)

And over on Vanity Fair, Joanna is taking the hippie rich white dude commune route to trying to figure out this season of TD. (Vanity Fair)

Michael Eisner responded to the criticism of his comments on the rarity of the unicorn that is a funny woman. His response is… well, it’s nothing. It’s nothing words. (Celebitchy)

A couple of kneejerk crazy people over at the Washington Post say Amy Schumer’s style of comedy was responsible for inspiring the Charleston shooter. (Mediaite)

Richard Gere pretended to be homeless for 45 minutes (while shooting a movie and therefore making a shit-ton of money for it), and says the experience was an “incredibly profound” one. Wowzer, 45 whole minutes. This is the bravest sacrifice I’ve heard of since Gwyneth Paltrow’s day-long food stamp challenge. (UR)

Nicki Minaj accidentally dragged Joe Biden into a Twitter feud. (DListed)

I feel like I write about people behaving badly at the theatre a lot. Like, maybe too much. But then some audience member goes up onstage and tries to plug his phone into a fake set outlet DURING THE SHOW and what am I supposed to do? (Broadway Adjacent)

This cool dad couldn’t find a Ms. Marvel costume for his daughter, so he made one. And even though it’s infinitely cooler than anything he could have bought from a mass-produced line, he still thinks he should have had the option. Embiggened hands for everyone! (Mary Sue)

These are buildings that look like Game of Thrones characters and they are accurate and perfect. I want to live in that judgy Cersei house forever. (Sad and Useless)

A God In Ruins by Kate Atkinson sucked in Cannonballer Jenny S, gave her a dose of existential angst, made her laugh, and then made her cry. She gives five stars to this companion novel to Life After Life that focuses on Life’s heroine Ursula Todd’s brother Teddy. Have you read either of these? (Cannonball Read 7)

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