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“In an era when young entrepreneurs have become fodder for countless movies and TV shows—cf. The Dropout, WeCrashed, and Super Pumped, to name just a few—eliding the true story of the women behind the sports bra is an omission and a diminishment that’s as remarkable as the sports bra itself, especially because the three women have no hesitation talking about the messier parts of their story.” The Mostly Untold Story Of How The Sports Bra Conquered The World And Tore Its Inventors Apart.

+ “By the time the alpacas arrive outside the Fairfax County Courthouse, it’s not really that surprising. Andrea Diaz of Lorton, Va., is a Johnny Depp fan who has been watching his defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard, and thinks it’s ‘really messed up.’ She started a business during the coronavirus pandemic where she brings alpacas to kids’ houses to raise their spirits, and wants to do the same for Depp.” WaPo (Gift Article): In Va. court, Depp fans clamor for seats. Alpacas must wait outside.

+ “The dreams of the ‘People’s Convoy’ quickly died in the Bay Area after a critical tactical error: turning onto a street with a Safeway and a group of bored kids.” Inept ‘People’s Convoy’ chased out of Bay Area by egg-throwing kids.

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