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The Man Behind the Celebrity Photo Hack Has Pleaded Guilty & Neo-Nazis Sure Do Love Taylor Swift

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 25, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 25, 2016 |

Did you guys know that it’s “an established fact that Taylor Swift is secretly a Nazi and is simply waiting for the time when Donald Trump makes it safe for her to come out and announce her Aryan agenda to the world”? FACTS! Don’t you just love to learn? (The Superficial)

The man who was behind the hack, theft, and distribution of celebrities’ private pictures has pleaded guilty. However, from the sound of it, and we’ve covered this here before, that last “distribution” bit was left off the plea agreement. And that’s kind of a big part of this, no? (Billboard)

Back in 1995, Angelina Jolie chose Foxfire over The Craft. What an entirely different movie that would have been. Other actresses who were almost the lead in The Craft: Alicia Silverstone and a 12-year-old Scarlett Johansson. (Celebitchy)

This trailer for Nicholas Hoult’s rom-com-turned-Jason-Statham-car-chase is BANANAS. (Lainey)

Jay-Z wants us all to know that Lemonade is still a popular drink. (DListed)

I am a big fan of Amy Schumer’s troll analysis.

I saw Anne Hathaway’s droopy flowers (NOT A EUPHEMISM) and thought she looked like she was in costume to audition for another terrible Alice in Wonderland movie. Then I looked at the wall behind her. Is it Friday yet? (Go Fug Yourself)

Here’s an interesting discussion on our hopes for Captain America getting a boyfriend. (Inverse)

The Oregon Humane Society sponsored a Star Wars-themed #PugCrawl. I highly recommend spending some time with that hashtag.

Yesterday, I linked to some Overwatch porn (YOU’RE WELCOME, PERVS). For balance, here’s a little girl’s idea for a new character, which the game’s artists liked so much they made real. (It also has one of my favorite URLs ever.) (Polygon)

Reading a book series can be like having a relationship, and not all relationships end well. After a phenomenal beginning, melanir was disappointed by the last book of Cathrynne Valente’s Fairyland series. Maybe the author was overwhelmed by the oddness of her world, maybe she didn’t trust herself to write for middle-schoolers. Have you read a series that got off to a great start but ended badly? (Cannonball Read 8)

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