11 Things We Didn’t Write About This Week but That You Might Want to Talk About, Including Who Kim Kardashian Is Blaming for Her Robbery

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Publish date:
October 9, 2016
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It’s news-roundup time (chosen because it's also Sunday afternoon when maybe you want another excuse to hang out here rather than doing something, ugh, productive). That means we’re revealing the list of topics we didn’t write about this week but wonder if we should have (hate that "should" word), mainly because whether or not they’re important, they are maybe still interesting enough for y'all to talk about with each other.

Mostly, I'm just always eager to hear your opinion on this week’s news. So don't limit yourself to these 11 links, but they are a starting point:

This tape of Donald Trump making misogynistic sexual comments has caused a GOP political crisis. [Washington Post]

Looks like Trump appeared in two more porn videos, for a total of three (that we know of). [CNN]

Someone hung a giant Vladimir Putin banner on NYC’s Manhattan Bridge. [NY Post]

New York Comic Con's new Eastern Champion of Cosplay is Frau by Lucky&Grim, and her costume is incredible. [Pixlr]

Awkward x 100000000: Rosie O’Donnell and Ivanka Trump ran into each other at a restaurant. [CNN]

Clowns want you to know they’re not creepy. Too late, clowns. [NY Daily News]

Kim Kardashian is blaming herself for the Paris robbery. [People]

A new pill might help dogs live longer. [CNN]

The human lifespan, however, has reached its peak and it's barely older than my grandma was when she passed away last year, according to science. [Nature]

Annie Leibovitz + Gloria Steinem. [New York Times]

A painting that sold for $10.8 million was declared a forgery painted by the “best faker of all time.” [BBC]

Tell us what you think below, because your comments are more interesting than the news stories anyway.