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  • Facebook has decided to put its "Instagram for kids" idea on pause.
  • In Paris, 96 households are about to score subsidized apartments on top of an iconic department store in the ritziest part of town for around $500 a month.
  • Ben Smith's latest column in the NY Times about Ozy, a media company that might be kind of a sham, includes an anecdote about a fundraising call with Goldman Sachs where an Ozy executive impersonated a YouTube executive and made erroneous claims about the channel's success, which is potentially a crime.
  • Hakuho, the greatest sumo wrestler of all time, is retiring at the age of 36 after dealing with a lingering knee injury.
  • Speaking of GOATs, Simone Biles told The Cut the truth about whether another gymnast will ever be as good as her: "To accomplish everything I’ve done? That talent probably cannot be matched yet."
  • I don't really need to see the word ch**gy ever again, but this is a serviceable list of style subcultures from The Guardian, and it includes one I haven't heard before: "morute," a mix of morbid and cute, which manifests as dressing like Courtney Love.
  • Rare Pokemon Oreos are selling for thousands of dollars on eBay.
  • If you didn't personally spot Harry and Meghan traipsing around the financial district last week, don't worry, a Netflix camera crew was discreetly following them, so we'll all be able to relive the experience at some point soon.
  • "If having bad taste in music was a crime, every Parrothead would be in jail": Here's the enticing trailer for The United States of Insanity, a new documentary about Insane Clown Posse teaming up with ACLU to fight the FBI's designation of Juggalos as a gang.
  • And finally, congrats to both of these cats for being true to themselves: