Hulk Hogan Doesn't Understand Why Obama Can Use the N-Word If He Can't & Shia LaBeouf Is Even More Disgusting Than We Thought
Dustin has a whole bunch of reasons why we should feel sorry for Michael Che. He may have even slightly convinced me. We can all still agree that Colin Jost is the absolute worst though, right? (Uproxx)
Here’s a necessary and fantastic look at the myths behind the argument against a $15 minimum wage. (Daily Dot)
Last week, Instagram banned (and then unbanned when people told them they were being dumb) the hashtag #curvy. This week it’s #goddess. Instagram just doesn’t know what to do with women, do they? (Nylon)
Hulk Hogan doesn’t understand why Obama can say the n-word and he can’t. Because Hulk Hogan is a f*cking idiot. (Daily Beast)
There’s now video of that argument between Shia LaBeouf and his girlfriend Mia Goth, and Shia has now sunk to the lowest possible tier of barely-still-considered-humanity. As soon as you start blaming your significant other for your own abusive behavior, you shouldn’t get to play in society anymore. (Celebitchy)
H/T to Greg French for this one: Did you know Bill Nye’s mother was a WWII code-breaking super bad-ass? (BuzzFeed)
Yesterday was Bugs Bunny’s 75th birthday. I can’t think of a better way to celebrate than with one of Tony Zhou’s ever-amazing Every Frame a Painting videos. Here’s how Chuck Jones went from a good artist to a great one. (EFAP)
If you’d made me guess who this was, I couldn’t have told you. I honestly thought it was Dave Attell in a wig. (DListed)
Cannonballer Renton says that Miranda July’s debut novel, The First Bad Man, felt genuinely original. "You can’t (and shouldn’t) predict anything - just settle into the novel and roll with it. It’s constantly engaging, often funny, frequently surreal and filled with a strange kind of warmth. It would be easy for people who haven’t read the book to write it off as a kooky vanity project - but dismissing it as such does it a huge disservice." This "dazzling and unique" novel will probably be one of Renton’s most memorable books of this year. (Cannonball Read 7)
Our friend — and Joanna’s Cast of Kings co-host — Dave Chen also happens to be a phenomenal cello player. He has a cello CD out today, and for a sampling of what he can provide, watch this unbelievable version of “Time” from Inception.
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