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  • Do Subway tuna sandwiches contain any tuna? The NY Times has a 2,500-word piece that answers that question and more.
  • Ain't no party like a Hamptons party because a Hamptons party includes "champagne guns" and rich people with horrible taste in fashion.
  • Conan O'Brien reflected on ending his late night TV show this week with Vulture: "My goal is to just stay a kid. It really is Peter Pan syndrome. I want to stay young and silly at heart, and the way to do that is you’ve got to keep moving."
  • Finally, Netflix has combined The Masked Singer with trashy dating shows.
  • David Keene, a former NRA president, was tricked into giving a speech at a fake high school graduation. "Without realizing it, Keene was actually addressing his comments to thousands of empty chairs set up to represent the estimated 3,044 kids who should have graduated high school this year and instead were killed by gun violence."
  • Does being in an office spark more creativity and collaboration? There's no evidence to prove it does.
  • After banning "critical race theory," Florida schools will now "teach" students that "communist and totalitarian governments are evil."
  • John McAfee has died after an apparent suicide in a jail cell in Barcelona.
  • A 49-year-old Indiana woman was sentenced to probation for taking part in the January 6th riots at the Capitol.
  • Jerry Seinfeld is directing and starring in a movie inspired by a joke he wrote about the invention of Pop-Tarts, and I will not ask what the deal with this is, because if there can be a movie based on Angry Birds, of course there can be a movie about the secret origins of Pop-Tarts.
  • Watch the music video for Faye Webster's lovely new song “A Dream With a Baseball Player,” which I choose to believe is a love song to Mr. Met despite knowing it is not about Mr. Met.
  • And finally, this pup did nothing wrong: