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Chandler Parsons disses Houston in the most dirty way possible: A traitor to the city that loved him?

Chandler Parsons disses Houston in the most dirty, traitor way ever

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1. Chandler Parsons say Dallas is nicer, cleaner than Houston. This Dime Magazine video clip is making the rounds. Wearing a Dallas Mavericks uniform, a very chill (and traitorous) Chandler Parsons describes why he likes Dallas better than Houston. He says some very dirty things about the superior city.

2. Lil Jon drops a Rock The Vote video. A clever twist on "Turn Down For What," the "Turn Out For What" video includes cameos from Lena Dunham, Fred Armisen, Darren Criss and Whoopi Goldberg. If watching the video is any indication of voting habits, then more than 4.2 million people are pumped to head to the polls.

3. Malala Yousafzai becomes youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner. The 17-year-old shares the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize with Indian child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi. Yousafzai tweeted she would give her first public statement about the award after school.

4. Ghostbusters 3 to star all-female cast. Speaking of girl power, director Paul Feig announced he would cast "hilarious women" in the lead roles of the third installment of the Ghostbusters franchise. Rumor has it Emma Stone, Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig and Linda Cardellini are on the short list.

5. A South Dakota U.S. Senate candidate is making music videos. And they're amazing. If Rick Weiland's Senate campaign doesn't work out, he could have a pretty solid career with a tribute band for Johnny Cash.

Chandler Parsons
Chandler Parsons prefers Dallas to Houston. Photo courtesy of Dallas Mavericks
Malala Yousafzai
Malala Yousafzai, 17, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. Photo via Picture Alliance