If Jenna Coleman is cosplaying as a fancy Zeppelin flight attendant, then I LOVE this outfit. (Go Fug Yourself)
Katy Perry’s nickname for Orlando Bloom is LANDO? (Lainey)
A lot of conservatives apparently just realized Bradley Cooper isn’t really a Navy Seal, but instead just a man who pretends to be other people for a living, who’s also maybe voting Democrat, and boy are they mad. (Daily Dot)
I know what you’re all asking yourselves right now. You’re asking “Okay, but what does the guitarist from Slayer think about the current political climate?” (Loudwire)
Are you in an even slightly bad mood? Then you need to look at these pictures of Bill Clinton playing with balloons. You guys, Bill had the BEST night last night. (BuzzFeed)
I can’t even handle Eleven in this picture. She is a tiny princess and I love her.
Werner Herzog takes the most Werner Herzog stance possible about Pokemon Go. (Gawker)
This story about Justin Bieber turning down $5 million for an RNC-adjacent event is too weird not to be at least a little fascinating because 1) Do the Republicans know he’s Canadian? And 2) Is Bieber that good of friends with LeBron James that James can convince him to give up five million dollars? (Celebitchy)
Spend some time with the #BlackWomenDidThat hashtag. (Vox)
I love that there are non-sexy female Ghostbusters Halloween costumes now (and that there’s a Kevin costume!), but these wigs are atrocious. (AV Club)
Pajiban and Cannonballer TylerDFC read Lindsay Faye’s The Gods of Gotham for CBR8 and says, "it is the best novel of its kind since Caleb Carr’s The Alienist. This isn’t a unique observation, it’s emblazoned across the cover of the novel. However I agree with it. I love big city historical fiction so taking a serial killer thriller and setting it in New York City in 1845 is always going to draw my interest. Faye goes a step further by making the origin of the New York City Police Department, and beginning of the “copper stars” that patrol the streets, as crucial story elements. The Gods of Gotham is at once a terrific mystery thriller and a rousing drama bringing to vibrant life the rough and tumble times of NYC in the 19th century." Have you read anything by Faye or Carr? (Cannonball Read 8)
Happy Friday! I hope someday you find someone or something to love as much as Bill Clinton loves balloons.