Pandemicania: Even though we’re still dealing with the pandemic, the pandemic stock run has taken a big hit. Nowhere is that more evident than Peloton and Netflix which both just suffered big losses. Maybe everyone just switched to Wordle.

+ Dam Nation: “Using a 2,000-pound bomb against a restricted target like a dam is extremely difficult and should have never been done on the fly…Worst case, those munitions could have absolutely caused the dam to fail.’ After the strikes, dam workers stumbled on an ominous piece of good fortune: Five floors deep in the dam’s control tower, an American BLU-109 bunker-buster lay on its side, scorched but intact — a dud. If it had exploded, experts say, the whole dam might have failed.” NYT: A Dam in Syria Was on a ‘No-Strike’ List. The U.S. Bombed It Anyway. (It’s hard to sugarcoat the fact that the US military is on a pretty bad losing streak, harming civilians, not winning.)

+ Genocide Effects:: U.S. lawmakers call Tesla expansion in Xinjiang ‘misguided.’

+ Frat Chance: “After a series of suspensions over allegations of drugging and sexual assault, fraternities at the University of Southern California can start hosting parties again in March — if they hire security guards to keep people out of bedrooms.” (Stay tuned for the “drunk security guard sexually assaults student” headline…)