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The Death-Rattle of Culture | 10/21/16



Tom Cruise Running | Radio Waves

If you don't get it, we don't blame you.

J.K. Rowling's Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them to be 5-Film Franchise.
Until it becomes a 7-Film Franchise... Before it becomes a 10-Film Franchise...

The Frankfurt Book Fair kicked off this week.
The annual event where the Church of Scientology's publishing division gets to interact with the international market.

Every Tom Cruise Run. Ever.
The internet is amazing. Watch the entire 19 minute super-cut.

Because We Need a New Award. The People Demand It.
To counter the 'Bad Sex in Fiction' Award, which teases awkwardly phrased sex in literature, the Erotic Review has now launched a creatively-titled .

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