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You Can Help a Child in Need By Punching Martin Shkreli In the Face. Seriously.

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

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

I know we’ve had a huge amount of debate coverage, but this “abridgment” is a distressingly accurate, and also hilarious, retelling of the night’s events. (Washington Post)

While we’re on the subject, “stop pretending you don’t know why people hate Hillary Clinton.” (HuffPo)

Martin Shkreli is auctioning off a chance to slap/punch him as a way to help the young son of his friend and PR rep, who passed away recently. You have to hand it to Shkreli, he knows what the people want, and he’ll cash in on that in any way he can. (Daily Dot)

Goldie Hawn says that if she and Kurt Russell had ever gotten married, they would have split
long ago. I’m not a fan of the presumptive speaking in the second person (“If you are independent, then it’s important to not be married”), but good for them for figuring out what works for them. 33 years is an impressive feat. (Celebitchy)

I had somehow missed this entire story of Olivia Newton John’s boyfriend being lost at sea. (DListed)

Sweet Christmas, the newest Luke Cage trailer is awesome.

Here’s a spoiler-free review of SO MANY THINGS to be excited about when the show drops this Friday. (Revelist)

Pretty much anything that’s happened this election season just makes you want to watch its West Wing equivalent, right? That debate episode— “Game On”— was SO GOOD. (Lainey)

Elle MacPherson’s character on Friends was one of my least favorite guest arcs. And apparently she regrets doing the show in the first place. YOU THINK YOU’RE TOO GOOD FOR JOEY TRIBBIANI, ELLE MACPHERSON? YOU’RE NOT. (Hello Giggles)

#7 on the 2015 list of ALA’s Top Ten Most Frequently Challenged books, Fun Home by Alison Bechdel was only the second graphic novel Cannonballer Lollygagger had ever read, and it wasn’t quite her thing. What other banned comics do you recommend she review to broaden her horizons? (Cannonball Read 8)

Patton Oswalt and the Place Where Grief and Humor Meet | This Stopped Being an Election Months Ago. This Is a War