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Cliven Bundy’s Racist Comments Cast Shadow on Politicians Who Came to His Defense

vanityfair.com — Sermons that begin with sentences like "I want to tell you one more thing I know about the Negro" generally don't end well, especially when they're uttered by white conservative ranchers gleefully breaking federal law.
RT @aterkel: omg MT @Kia_Mak: Bundy stands by racist comments, adds that slaves had "chickens and gardens" to tend to vanityfair.com/online/daily/2…
Great Vanity Fair take on the latest from Bundyville (né Bunkerville), wondering how fast the dogs will be scalded. vanityfair.com/online/daily/2…

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Alternate Titles

vanityfair.com — There and Back Again Peter Jackson announced on his Facebook page that he'll be making the third Hobbit film even longer. By two words. Instead of the lifted-directly-from-the-book title The Hobbit: There and Back Again, Jackson has decided to go with the much more action-friendly The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.

The Other Woman Is Fun, When It's Not in the Bathroom

vanityfair.com — In the surprisingly limber new comedy The Other Woman, Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, and newly minted actress Kate Upton team up to destroy the man who has deceived them all. Mann's Kate is the cheated-on wife, Diaz's Carly the unwitting mistress, and Upton's Amber the duped beach bunny.

Meg Ryan’s Comeback May Begin with How I Met Your Dad

vanityfair.com — Kids, Let Me Tell You A Story No matter what bitter feelings you might have toward the ending of How I Met Your Mother, it's inarguable the show made fantastic casting decisions over the years, kick-starting the Neil Patrick Harris-dominated world we all live in, and bringing in Bob Saget to voice the perfectly warm, slightly smug voice of older Ted.

Kate Middleton Wears White on Her Last Night Down Under

vanityfair.com — It's hard to believe, but, yes, friends, the end of Kate, William, and George's time in New Zealand and Australia is upon us. The royal family will be returning to England on Friday, which means our embarrassment of riches-in the form of Kate outfits, George facial expressions, and awkward William "jokes"-is about to come to a close.