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July 3, 2008 |

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | July 3, 2008 |

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Did someone say Murder Tank? Here are ten apocalyptic vehicles to get your murder on with. Via Whoa, Camel! (Wired)

Anthony Stewart Head has teamed up with Paris Hilton for a torture-pornical which is almost definitely karmic retribution for everything bad I’ve ever done. (WIMB)

Robert Rodriguez and Rose McGowan have broken up due to “creative differences.” (IDLYITW)

Do we really need to advertise malt liquor in Philadelphia? That’s like advertising water in the desert. Ah, shaddup and lookit the nice murals. (QuizLaw)

Mmm hmm… Loyal reader and apparent wise-ass Adere sent in this guide to becoming a better film critic. You mean my tried and true formula of giving the plot synopsis and making fun of it isn’t working? (MovieZeal)

Then again, maybe he has a point here. I mean, Phillip did totally miscall Hancock. Just listen to the rave reviews everyone else is giving it: “This movie… Spectacularly!” Come on! (CC Insider)

Thanks to Chasity for this bit of brilliance: title says it all. (MenWhoLookLike ZachBraff)

Think the DMV is already the seventh circle of hell? Well let’s see what we can do to kick it up a notch, as the Emeril says. (Celebslam)

OH NO! Stephen Baldwin is going to leave the country if Obama wins?! Ohhh, wait a sec … I thought they said Alec Baldwin. Pffft. Like we really give a shit what you do, Celebrity Rehab. (HuffPo)

“With great sadness, we report the preemptive failure of the latest bid by Katie Holmes, serious actress, to prove her acting mettle.” (Agent Bedhead)

The leaked first five minutes of The Dark Knight will make you wish you had a time machine to take you to July 18. (Popoholic)

25 historical events as depicted in MS Paint by five year olds. Or possibly retarded adults. Or people who were homeschooled. Take your pick. (Cracked)

In honor of Independence Day, I give you the best tribute of our great country done by a Canadian. “America,” by Bruce McCullough — after the jump.

Pajiba Love | July 3, 2008 |

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