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Pajibans to the Rescue

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | March 1, 2010 |

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | March 1, 2010 |

To anyone who wants to give aid in the wake of the devastating earthquake in Chile this weekend, here are some ways in which you can contribute. (HuffPo) And to those concerned, our resident Chilean Pajiban, Sofi, is fine — if not shaken — thankfully. (Sofia Addicted)

If you love books, and if you love former critic John Williams, and if you have a sense of patriotism and pride, you will go to this page and vote for “The Second Pass: Mary Flannery, Quite Contrary.” Don’t ask questions. Just do it. (3QuarksDaily)

James Franco is the new face of Gucci, because he “personifies the sort of nonchalance and unforced appeal that is most attractive in a man.” And also he’s perty. Real perty. (Celebitchy)

I didn’t watch J Lo’s “Saturday Night Live” this weekend because Nicole and I had already gotten our fill of comedy in that evening watching Olympic skaters “ice dance” to C&C Music Factory’s “Everybody Dance Now,” but apparently it pretty much blew. (Warming Glow)

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost’s much anticipated upcoming project, Paul, probably won’t hit theaters until at least sometime in 2011. Oh, bother. (The Playlist)

I love seeing pictures of Vince Vaughn eating. Of all the footage I saw from Vancouver over the past couple weeks, this is really the most majestic. (Litelysalted)

Omigod! Omigod! Omigod! “Max Headroom” is finally coming out on DVD! Yeah … I never actually watched it, but I thought it deserved some kind of fake enthusiasm. (Topless Robot)

This is some fucked-up right here: If you haven’t already heard, last week the Canadian women’s hockey team went under fire for appearing “unladylike” in celebrating their big win. (Zelda Lily)

Do you think you hear an album differently if you listen to it a month or so after the first listen? (Audiosuede)

Does anyone remember that batshit insane children’s show from the late ’80s called “Steampipe Alley?” I had honestly forgotten it existed up until now. (Unreality)

Someone has finally come forward to stick up for Megan Fox and her professionalism and talent as an actress. And … Oh, it’s Mickey Rourke. (Celebslam)

Poll: Who named their pet after a movie? I have a cat named Pigpen and a turtle named Donatello, so I guess that says something about me. (Cinematical)

Here’s a list of ten horror stars we want back — including Robert Englund who I believe our own Brian Prisco had the pleasure of meeting recently. (Bloody Disgusting)

Variety is reportedly accepting bribes to quash reviews of films which are particularly unfavorable reviews. Now, that’s the kind of antics I’d expect from Ain’t It Cool … But, for shame, Variety. (Film Drunk)

If you don’t have two grand lying around to rent yourself a Snooki for the night, soon you’ll be able to have the next best thing. Other than the midget down at your friendly neighborhood nudie bar, anyway. (Agent Bedhead)

I’ve been holding on to this clip for a few weeks now waiting for a slow news day to throw it in. Behold: The cutest puppy ever recorded in known existence. Thanks to Jelinas!

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