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  • The Times looked at how coronavirus compares with 100 years of deadly events.
  • Greg Glassman, CrossFit's CEO and founder, told gym owners on a private Zoom call, “We're not mourning for George Floyd — I don't think me or any of my staff are."
  • A Christopher Columbus statue in Boston was beheaded overnight, which is a classic "Simpsons Already Did It" plotline.
  • Some NYC restaurants are already pulling out their sidewalk seating early: “I need every dollar I can get,” a Little Italy restaurant owner said. “I’m hanging on by a shoestring here.”
  • Yes, Gone With The Wind has been removed from HBO Max, but no it hasn't been "cancelled." It will return to the streaming service "with a discussion of its historical context and a denouncement of those very depictions," and will be presented "as it was originally created, because to do otherwise would be the same as claiming these prejudices never existed."
  • Politico spoke to 10 National Guardsmen who have taken part in protest responses across the country, and some of them are struggling with their part in everything: “I’m here to support and defend the Constitution of the United States and what I just saw goes against my oath and to see everyone try to cover up what really happened,” said one Guardsman who was deployed to D.C. during Trump's tear gas photo op. “What I saw was just absolutely wrong.”
  • Here's how the Staten Island Ferry is dealing with social distancing: blue tape.
  • Two men have been accused of dressing up as NYPD officers and robbing a Manhattan jewelry store of $150,000 in valuables last Saturday.
  • How did Antifa become the boogeyman of small town America?
  • The NYC Health Department has updated their "Safe Sex and COVID-19" guidelines, which now includes, "Avoid kissing anyone who is not part of your small circle of close contacts" and advice to wear a face covering or mask during sex.
  • In an email to staff, Anna Wintour acknowledged that Vogue has been “hurtful and intolerant" and that the magazine "has not found enough ways to elevate and give space to Black editors, writers, photographers, designers and other creators."
  • Donald Trump Jr.'s vacation to Mongolia to hunt endangered argali sheep last August cost taxpayers more than $75,000.
  • And finally, usually I like to post cute animal videos, but there is nothing cute about this nightmare dinosaur-wannabe Muppets-reject creature: