Gawker Senior Gay Affairs Correspondent J.K. Trotter -- the man who actually stalked Shepard Smith in an effort to get him to admit he's gay -- is at it again.
The North Korean government has officially declared Seth Rogen and James Franco's new movie, The Interview, an "act of war" against it. In the film, the two play celebrity news reporters who try to revitalize their flagging careers by interviewing Kim Jong Un, but somewhere along the way they're recruited by the CIA to assassinate the North Korean leader.
It's Friday, so no matter what else is going on in your life there's still that. Here are a couple of headlines and some assorted nonsense to help you pass the time while you wait to start your weekend.
if you know anything at all about publishing you probably know that the authors of articles rarely write their own headlines. I think this needs to be kept in mind when having any discussion of Salon, mostly because it goes a long way in making the motives of the site's editors crystal clear: they're trolling you, all of us, and they're doing it hard, because trolling drives traffic.