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Things We Saw Today

Timothy was sent to detention for being awesome after seeing The Hunger Games. We’ll let this one slide, Timothy. (via Mandy Anne Curtis)

Everyone, let’s wish a very collective and enthusiastic Happy Birthday to legendary primatologist/ethologist/anthropologist Jane Goodall! (pic via Mad Art Lab)

  • Did you hear the one about the be-mohawked girl who was shot because someone mistook her for a bird? No really, that happened. (via The Frisky)
  • FemPop has a look at TV’s heirs to Scarlett O’Hara, including Cersei Lannister from Game of Thrones.

  • Speaking of Game of Thrones, 3.86 million viewers flocked to HBO to watch the premiere, climbing to over 4 million after the episode was rerun. The initial airing beat AMC‘s Mad Men by almost a million viewers. So, New York Times, still think only fantasy nerds watch this show? (via MTV)
  • Warner Bros. is opening up its London studio for a Harry Potter-themed tour, so go ahead and take that trip to London you’ve been wanting. Only downside: no rides (like the ones at Universal Studios in Orlando) (just saying). (via Deadline)

    Has anyone else caught the new Old Navy ad featuring Mayim Bialik, Blossom Russo herself, in her trademark hat? And her on-screen brother, Joey Lawrence? Pressing, urgent question: Where is Six? (via Ad Week)

  • Marvel writer Brian Michael Bendis has signed a deal with Random House to publish his guide, Words for Pictures: The Art and Business of Graphic Novels. It hits shelves in 2013. (via The Hollywood Reporter)
  • Bruce did not sign up for this. By DeviantARTist Sonia04.

  • Is Sandra Fluke planning to run for office? Is this just wishful thinking? What would she run for? Would she even want to? (via Jezebel)
  • Finally, the hottest Star Wars heels you will see all day, made to order on Etsy for $85. Do it. (via Fashionably Geek)

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