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ICYMI: Ugh, Did Susan Sarandon Really Just Endorse Jill Stein?
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- Randy Voepel, who's running unopposed as the next state assemblyman from northeastern San Diego, said nine years ago that global warming is good because it'll be bad for our "enemies" that live near the equator. His stance hasn't changed, as he told the L.A. Times last week that "Most of the Muslim nations are in the hot areas of the world."
- Susan Sarandon (i.e. Louise of Thelma & Louise) just endorsed Jill Stein for president.
- If you had some inkling that greenhouse gases contributed to the drought, you may be in the right.
- Billy Corgan (former frontman of Zwan) wants us to know that he's a true Chicagoan and that he doesn't "talk to other Cubs celebrities" because they're all a bunch of bandwagoners.
- Natalie Babbitt, author of Tuck Everlasting, has passed away at 84.
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