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Suck It, Miley

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | December 11, 2009 |

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | December 11, 2009 |

Miley Cyrus has been booted from the Grammy’s Best Written Song for a Motion Picture Soundtrack in favor of Karen O’s “All is Love” from Where the Wild Things Are. That makes the most sense of anything I’ve heard all day. (The Playlist)

Hispanic magazine has named PEREZ HILTON as their “Hispanic of the Year.” What?! Seriously?! Was like, Carlos Mencia not available? (Litelysalted)

This post makes a very good point — why hasn’t the book cover The Great Gatsby ever been redesigned? Although, I kind of like that it still looks the same as I remember as a teenager. (Second Pass)

So is it just me or was last night’s episode of “The Office” the BEST THING EVER? I even got a little bit misty at the end, but that’s probably just because I’m getting my period or something. (Hairballs)

Huh. How ‘bout that? They’re trotting Lilith Fair back out again next year. Although if anyone tries to get me to wear a babydoll dress with combat boots again I’ll punch them in the face. (Zelda Lily)

Ever wonder what happened to that guy from Pee Wee’s Big Adventure? Well today you’re in luck, because here’s a complete “where are they now?” guide. (Unreality)

With The Lovely Bones coming out, here’s seven other film protagonists from beyond the grave. (Cinematical)

Kendra Wilkinson welcomed a baby boy this morning, and some (read: me) are already claiming it to be the dumbest baby on the planet Earth. (Celebitchy)

And in much less exciting baby news, Michelle Duggar’s clown car of a vagina has shit out yet another one. Well, it was actually a C-section but you get the point. (DListed)

“Jersey Shore” lives on another week, and amazingly somehow the castmates have again avoided killing each other. (FourFour)

A friendly reminder: Don’t forget to tune in to Outlaw Radio tomorrow (the time has now been changed to 5:00 p.m. PST) for Ted Boynton’s interview! Again, you can listen either on Sirius or on Outlaw Radio’s website. (Outlaw Radio)

Not much going on today, so here’s footage somebody took of their cat running around and doing stuff, set to the theme song of “MacGyver”:

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