A couple of nights ago in Pajiba Love, we ran a couple of excerpts from Hillary’s upcoming book where she kind of crapped all over Bernie Sanders for her loss. We bailed on the comments after a few hundred (it got up to nearly 600) because I think it got kind of ugly. But, turnabout is fair play: Here’s Seth Meyers taking Hillary to task for blaming Bernie for her loss, which wasn’t really a loss, but whatever: It still wasn’t Bernie’s fault.
I barely pluck my eyebrows, so these are… well, these brows are something. Wow. - (Revelist)
Jet Blue doing the opposite of price gouging - Nice! - (AOL)
I’m completely shocked by this. I truly never thought any of the Manson “girls” would see the outside of a prison.
BREAKING: Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten granted parole by California board.— The Associated Press (@AP) September 6, 2017
Also shocking, but in a good way, Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx have finally gone public with their relationship. They’ve made it past the clause in Katie and Tom’s divorce that kept either (Katie) of them from going public with a new relationship. - (Celebitchy)
Ellen Degeneres opened a lot of doors and pushed many boundaries, but they were slow and incremental at times. Even though she was out and open about her sexuality, the network wouldn’t let her talk about private life for fear of people “picturing a woman in her life”. - (The MarySue)
Alexander Skarsgard is just moments away from making bunny ears behind little brother Bill’s head at the IT premiere. It’s kinda obnoxious, but also kinda cute. - (Lainey)
Oh, Michelle Pfeiffer, I’ve loved you since you were looking for a cool rider. You’re still the hottest Pink Lady ever. - (GFY)
Not overwhelmed with pumpkin flavor yet? Here, this might help finish you off. THE PUMPKINING has begun in earnest! - (Impulsive Buy)
Hurricane or not, the fact that Kylie Jenner’s show was beaten in the ratings by THE WEATHER CHANNEL made me laugh like a fucking loon! - (Dlisted)
Part fantasy, part dystopian future, Bea Pants found Erika Johansen’s Queen of the Tearling impossible to put down, and she immediately moved on to the sequel. Set on an Earth that hasn’t happened yet, Kelsea Raleigh is about to inherit the crown of a realm in shambles if she can make it to the throne alive. "Part of the reason to keep reading is not just to find out what will happen but what *has* happened." Have you read a series this summer that you couldn’t put down? (Cannonball Read 9)