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Things We Saw Today: Harold Ramis’ Daughter Defends New Ghostbusters

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If you were thinking about saying something to the effect of “Harold Ramis would be rolling in his grave at the travesty that is the new Ghostbusters movie,” or something equally idiotic sight unseen, Ramis’ daughter Violet asks you to rethink that position in a touching essay about her father over at SplitSider.

  • Fatima Ptacek, the 15-year-old voice of Dora the Explorer, apparently pressured a friend to vape (there weren’t actual drugs in the vape) by calling her a “p***y.” She got a 3-day suspension. Her friend was expelled. Swiper, no swiping! (via The Daily Dot)
  • The QR code shown in last night’s season premiere of Mr. Robot takes you to a really weird website. Have you scanned it yet? (via The Verge)
  • Carla Hayden was just confirmed to run the Library of Congress, making her the first woman and the first black person to ever hold the position. Her rad official title? The Librarian of Congress. (via The Cut)
  • Check out this cool new image of Elizabeth Banks as Rita Repulsa and Becky Gomez as Trini in the upcoming Power Rangers movie! (via Comic Book Resources)

Check out the first eight minutes of the upcoming Netflix supernatural series, Stranger Things. (via Blastr)

That’s all from us! What did you see out there today? You know, when you were looking up from playing Pokemon Go, I mean.

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