TV: According to her recent interview with Playboy, Chloë Sevigny, of HBO's Big Love, is into hair-pulling during sex. And lumberjacks. You know, just in case you were wondering. [Playboy]

Movies: Even Gale Anne Hurd, co-writer and producer of The Terminator (1984), knows the franchise has gone soft like artificial human skin. She's expressed interest in writing a new Terminator movie, and considering her work on one of our favorite shows, The Walking Dead, it would be pretty fucking awesome if this happened. Leave out the Governator, though. [Entertainment Weekly]

Comics: The Council of Conservative Citizens, a white supremacist flagged hate group, is protesting the casting of Idris Elba in the role of Heimdall in the upcoming Thor movie, citing that it doesn't fit mythology or some crazy shit like that. Well. They're really campaigning to take the "assholes of the century" title from the Westboro Baptist Church, aren't they? [Comics Alliance]

Politics: Michelle Obama's anti-obesity campaign has been well-received by most since it's start—except, apparently, Sarah Palin. While on a radio show, she claimed to believe that the government should "get off" people's backs about their dietary choices. Now, we know that Sarah has trouble thinking for herself sometimes, but we're pretty sure the rest of the world can make their own decisions despite a campaign that promotes healthy eating. [Huffington Post]

Crime: According to the FBI, violent crime was down over 6% and homicides down over 7% in the first half of 2010. In related news, we have been very successful at hiding our crimes this year. [CNN]