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This Bill Murray/Tom Hanks Picture Feud Is the Dumbest Thing On the Internet Today

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 27, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 27, 2016 |

Jon Hamm gives good interview. He’s talking Clinton, white dude stuff (spoiler: they’re doing just fine), and losing his V card. (Celebitchy)

Jake Gyllenhaal is performing in Sunday in the Park With George in New York and DAMN, boy can sing. (Lainey)

It’s almost Halloween, everybody has Trump fatigue, and we’ve bottomed out on slow news week material. So sure, let’s everybody obsess over a picture that is obviously of Bill Murray. Or maybe isn’t. But definitely is. (BuzzFeed)

Hayley Atwell is back on Instagram! (Oohlo)

This may be the greatest political (non) endorsement of all time. (Yale Record)

Important, historic thing of the day: researchers have officially declared their hysteria witch hunt “Patient Zero” wasn’t solely responsible for the entire American AIDS epidemic. Took them long enough. (NPR)

I have a new favorite boy band. This is genuinely awesome. Make sure you watch the whole thing, at least until they do the breakdown rap about Helen Mirren and Matt McGorry.

Twitter just broke up with Vine. (Daily Dot)

Hey, look. A Sports Thing made it into Pajiba Love. Because that’s what happens when a Sports Man wears a Harry Potter costume to a press conference and declares himself “definitely a wizard.” 10 points to Gryffindor. (SeaHawks)

The history of the image of a witch on a broomstick is long and predictably rooted in sex stuff. (Hyper Allergic)

Hillary Clinton’s choice of election night location is brilliant. (CNN)

If you want to suck the life out of a series that started out with a good premise, write all the subsequent books with the idea of keeping the series going, with no service to plot. That’s what happened with the Arcana Chronicles by Kresley Cole. The fourth book "…is barely a book. A book has a story. It has a conflict. It has rising action/tension. It has resolution. This has none of those things. This book is a series of ideas that don’t go anywhere. " What series died on the vine for you? (Cannonball Read 8)

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