7 Things I Couldn't Get Anyone To Write About, Including The End of 19 Kids And Counting None Of Us Were Expecting

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I chose this throwback photo of Lesley and me because she will be in NYC this week! 

I chose this throwback photo of Lesley and me because she will be in NYC this week! 

Here are some headlines from this week and, no, I did not actually try to get anyone to write about them and, yes, I should probably change the title and premise of this weekly links round-up.

I saw that some of the early Open Thread commenters were already talking about the Duggars (did I spell that right?) news. So in addition to that, I hope this little Saturday list below gives you something to talk about, throw shade at, or sigh heavily over. Go to it:

The President of Boy Scouts wants to end the ban on gay troop leaders. [USA Today]

Maggie Gyllenhaal was told she, at 37, looks too old to play a 55-year-old actor's love interest. [CNN]

All six Baltimore officers in the Freddie Gray case have been indicted. [Buzzfeed]

Ireland has opened gay marriage rights to a popular vote. [Bustle]

Kim Kardashian encouraged Kylie to get her now-infamous lip injections. [Celebitchy]

Following sexual abuse allegations, TLC has pulled 19 Kids and Counting from its schedule. [Buzzfeed]

The Walrus Cam, a thing that exists, is running again and surprisingly awesome. [Gawker]

Here's where to go to submit your story ideas for us. I would personally love it if you did.