I mean, on the one hand, you’ve got Sean Penn — who should go ahead and STFU — mansplaining that the MeToo movement has been “largely shouldered by a kind of receptacle of the salacious,” while Glenn Close is saying that we should separate the art from the artist where it concerns MeToo and that #MeToo could lead to an ‘overcorrection,.’ On the other hand, we’ve got Bryan Singer — who has been accused by multiple minors of sexual abuse and rape — in negotiations to direct Red Sonja, so what’s up with that overcorrection, Glenn Close? Because I’m not seeing it. (Collider)
Related: What is September? Feel bad for sexual harassers month or something? (Lainey)
Here’s the thing, folks: Sometimes, your toes just fall off, OK? No one can explain why. It just … happens. (Gizmodo)
Dakota Johnson on Best Chris: “His body is outrageous, it’s unbelievable, like a crazy, crazy thing to look at, and his shirt’s completely unbuttoned … like, scientifically, how is it possible to look like that? Crazy!” I see no lies. (Jezebel)
Dion Lee looks like the lead villain in the next Terminator movie in this outfit. That’s not an insult. (GFY)
Though it has become a forgotten issue for many, I appreciate that The Root is still cataloging the players who protest during each week’s NFL games. (The Root)
Meanwhile, the President had sense enough today to listen to his advisors and not object to hearings for Christine Blasey Ford, but Don Jr.? Oh, he’s just trash. (The Root)
Speaking of Christine Ford, f—k you, Drudge.
Drudge gets VERY EXCITED about a report on "grabien dot com" about Christine Ford's student reviews— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) September 17, 2018
It was the wrong Christine Ford pic.twitter.com/WygdA378jS
Leslie Marmon Silko’s Ceremony has been on dAvid’s bookshelf for a couple of years. He forced himself to read it for the CBR10 Book Bingo Reading Challenge ‘Backlog’ category to complete a bingo, and he reached his first-ever Cannonball with the review. "Though it is a novel, it does contain a great deal of poetry, both in the form and language of small interludes of Native American legends, and in the prose itself, some of the most beautiful I’ve read." Are you familiar with this classic of Native American literature? (Cannonball Read 10)
It’s never too soon to feel nostalgic for The Jennings Children!
I get far too emotional seeing these two. Also, Henry is making up for the lack of disguises on the show with those glasses and I kinda dig it. pic.twitter.com/dshjD4SzaJ— Emma Fraser (@frazbelina) September 17, 2018
Same, but it’s worth the reveal.
I had no idea where this was going and went OHHHHHHHH when the reveal came pic.twitter.com/aqx0I78b4y— Jack Seale (@jackseale) September 16, 2018
Ted Cruz is sending out fundraising mailers disguised as legal summonses, which is reason 4,587 to vote for O’Rourke. (Wonkette)
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And this was the moment when — briefly — I stopped disliking Coldplay’s Chris Martin. (Vulture)
OK, fine. I’m sorry for convincing two of you to give Fear the Walking Dead another shot. It really was pretty good for a few episodes! (Uproxx)
I’m not a gamer, but mainly I love how much Ben Mendelsohn geeks out about gaming here. (Vice)
Speaking of gaming, this blew Petr’s goddamn mind.
Hot tip that’s 25 years late but I didn’t have Twitter back then: in Duck Hunt on Nintendo, the second player controller controlled the duck.— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) September 17, 2018
Bill Skarsgård better have a goddamned alibi. (Boing Boing)
The Rock eats sushi and watches Won’t You Be My Neighbor and… That’s the story…but it’s enough for us!
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1am and the cheat meal sushi train 🍣 🚂 rolls along like an unstoppable force. Despite the fact that I wound up passed out on the couch like a wounded buffalo after destroying sushi — this documentary WONT YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR? about the iconic “Mr. Rogers” is excellent. Highly recommend. He was a very special and one of a kind man. #CheatMealSunday #DontCheatYourself #TreatYourself #SushiTrain
I just love that The Rock’s “cheat meal” is like a five-person feast.
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