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Things We Saw Today: Girl Scouts Dress Up Like History’s Most Iconic Women

The Girl Scouts have really been rocking it lately, and this is just the latest in a lineup of awesome things they’re getting into. Here, they dressed up as some of history’s most iconic women, including Lucille Ball, Amelia Earhart, and Mae Jemison. (via ABC News [warning: video autoplay])

Check out this Kickstarter for Bingo Love, a Black Queer romance graphic novella. Those are five words that just scream “you want this in your life,” don’t you think?

  • Mad Men‘s Don Draper came up with some pretty innovative ideas in his time at Sterling Cooper, and one of them is being turned into an actual ad campaign for Heinz. (via /Film)
  • Again, I’m usually loathe to bring up Ghost in the Shell (for obvious reasons *coughcoughwhitewashingcoughcough*), but this video of Adam Savage geeking out over a movie prop of the Major’s skeleton is too good to pass up. (via Nerdist)

What’d you see today, friend-o?

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