Retirement Check: “About 2 in 3 Americans say they favor term limits or a mandatory retirement age for Supreme Court justices, according to a new poll that finds a sharp increase in the percentage of Americans saying they have ‘hardly any’ confidence in the court.” Scotus just ignored this poll by a 6-3 margin.

+ Private Equity Moves into the Trailer Park: “They hoped the latest owner, Cook Properties, would address the bourbon-colored drinking water, sewage bubbling into their bathtubs and the pothole-filled roads. When that didn’t happen and a new lease with a 6% increase was imposed this year, they formed an association.” AP: Rents spike as big-pocketed investors buy mobile home parks.

+ Blind Date: “You want people to eat and enjoy the product when it’s at its peak, because that’s going to increase their enjoyment, [and] encourage them to buy it again.” The truth, and strategy, of food expiration dates.

+ Hidden in Plain Sight: “Despite its name, you’re not really incognito, and you may want to dial back your confidence in what these modes really do.” NYT: Incognito Mode Isn’t As Incognito As You Might Think. (Relax, relax. It does hide your browsing history…)

+ Bishopping Spree: “A Brooklyn bishop and his wife were robbed during a livestreamed sermon Sunday after armed assailants stormed the service and made off with around $400,000 worth of jewelry.” (Luckily, the offering plate was left behind.)

+ Wolf Pact: “Take a popular theme like werewolves, sprinkle it with certain tropes like a forbidden romance, and write as many chapters as you can. Some novels have hundreds of chapters, most ending on a cliffhanger to keep readers engaged and eager to read on.” Inside the global gig economy of werewolf erotica.