Ronda Rousey Will Murder the Next Person to Call Her Fat & Shia LaBeouf Talks, Just Not to You
Cate Blanchett’s NYFF dress came with a whole bunch of tattoos. I don’t feel comfortable saying she doesn’t pull it off by my god I hope this doesn’t become a whole trend. (Go Fug Yourself)
The Walking Dead is back! Which means Dustin’s back to his usual great recap/analysis/gross zombie GIF collection. (Uproxx)
Jennifer Lawrence and Aziz Ansari did something silly. Just two wacky and casual friends being casual and wacky. (Celebitchy)
Ronda Rousey is really tired of being called fat, and she will straight-up murder the next person to say that. With a lot of people, you’d think that was hyperbole, but you believe, right? She would absolutely murder that person. (Mashable)
Shia LaBeouf was arrested for being a drunken asshat in Austin on Friday, but now he’s out and tweeting oh-so-mysterious messages. Turns out he’ll talk. Just not to you. Which “you”? All the you’s. (People)
Happy Indigenous People’s Day/Columbus Day/Canadian Thanksgiving/Monday. Here’s a friendly reminder to never, ever be this guy.
This is the picture that needs to be beside the definition of white privilege pic.twitter.com/BLXKCoNlKy— Darth Kriss (@insanityreport) October 7, 2015
St. Vincent is working as a waitress at a Dallas restaurant. How long do you think the wait is to be seated in her section? Forever, right? (Pitchfork)
This is a fascinating piece on the role money plays in our superheroes, and how superheroes influence our view of the rich and technologically powerful. Because— and this headline is perfection— “Being rich isn’t a superpower, and Steve Jobs isn’t Spider-Man.” (The Kernel)
Michelle Obama christened the shit out of this Navy submarine.
Sometimes celebrities just want to be able to walk around Comic-Con and enjoy themselves. Well, Mark Ruffalo wanted to enjoy himself. Jared Leto seems to have just wanted to giggle at people for having NO IDEA. (CBR)
A lesson to all would-be thieves: when you break into a woman’s house, be VERY sure she’s not a badass roller derby girl with a sword collection and medieval combat training. That will go poorly for you. (Mary Sue)
Amy Stewart, author of The Drunken Botanist, has now written a novel based on the forgotten true story of one of the nation’s first female deputy sheriffs, Girl Waits With Gun. Janniethestrange says Stewart writes with "…an extraordinarily rich and vibrant fictional style," and highly recommends this rollicking novel. (Cannonball Read 7)