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  • Twenty years after 9/11 caused, among other things, a hellish experience for anyone passing through airport security, we may be on the verge of having (admittedly invasive!) technology that allows you to walk through security without even stopping.
  • The top Amazon search result for "COVID" is an anti-vaccine book, and Congressional Democrats aren't happy about it.
  • Men who got hair transplants during the pandemic — which was apparently a popular move in Beverly Hills and Manhattan — are returning to the office and facing the awkward moment where coworkers notice that they're no longer bald.
  • Real estate agents trying to get their properties noticed on Zillow are doing stuff like staging blow-up aliens and dinosaurs in the kitchen and bathroom for the photos.
  • Tell your besties to gather round the TV tomorrow because two teens are facing off in the U.S. Open women's final.
  • The Guardian published one woman's semi-delightful account of living in rural Washington state and realizing that an intruder was living in her attic after he kept sneaking cans of soda out of her fridge and occasionally taking care of her dog when she was out.
  • "Deranged" is over, stop saying it.
  • Be careful if you attempt to appropriate the Finnish custom of kalsarikanni, which translates to "pantsdrunk" and amounts to drinking alone in your underwear because it's purportedly very relaxing.
  • And finally, somebody put this cool guy in a bag: