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Professional A**hole Dane Cook Was Banned From the Laugh Factory For Being an A**hole

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 14, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 14, 2015 |

Dustin says everything we needed to know about the Mad Men characters was right there in the pilot. That Matthew Weiner sure does love his ultra-depressing foreshadowing. He’s a regular harbinger of poor life choices. (Uproxx)

Dave bid his final farewell to Julia Roberts last night, and the two still have enough chemistry to generate power for an entire rom-com factory for a decade. (Lainey)

Lupita Nyong’o has gone full Golden Girls Glam at Cannes and she is rocking the sh*t out of that look. Girl can twirl. (Go Fug Yourself)

A new Hunger Games poster was released and Prim looks as over it as the rest of us. (Zap2It)

I wish I weren’t so fascinated by this Lindsay Lohan community service debacle, but I really, really am. Not only is she showing up days late to work with children (SHE SHOULDN’T BE WORKING WITH CHILDREN), but now she’s also carrying around a copy of the Quran for… reasons? (Celebitchy)

Dane Cook has been a near-permanent fixture at Hollywood’s Laugh Factory for years. But apparently even that venue has its breaking point. Cook has reportedly been banned for life for harassing a waitress. (Mediaite)

Finally, someone has compiled the biggest differences between the Mad Men the TV show and the definitely totally real Mad Men book series. Spoiler: everyone still hates Harry Crane. (Paste)

This is one of the best things you can possibly read today: Why did we as a world decide that Yoko Ono was the scapegoat for all of society’s fears and animosity towards women? (Vulture)

The companions have taken over on the covers for this Doctor Who/Titan Comics crossover event. (Mary Sue)

Richard Russo is one of Cannonballer Ardaigle’s favorite authors. His ability to take you on a meandering tale, and keep you engaged, is unparalleled. She says, "He is a true master storyteller and one of a kind. I read his later novels first but this [The Risk Pool], his second book, holds up against all the rest." Have you read anything by Russo? (Cannonball Read 7)

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