Kip on Truckin’: Imagine how fast you’d have to run to achieve a 4.37 mile. Now imagine running 25 more of those. Eliud Kipchoge just smashed his own marathon world record. If you haven’t seen Kipchoge’s documentary, The Last Milestone, this would be a good time to do it.

+ Weather Vane: “This spring, an unknown sender delivered emails and packages containing more nude pictures of Mr. Adame, 39, to Spectrum NY1, the television station where he did the morning weather report. Then the pictures arrived at his mother’s house. Last week, after the latest round of pictures arrived, NY1 fired Mr. Adame.” NYT: Sex, Revenge P-rn and Webcams: The Firing of a TV Weatherman.

+ A Moment to Remember: “The cognition of Alzheimer’s patients given the drug, developed by Eisai and Biogen, declined by 27% less than those on a placebo treatment after 18 months. This is a modest change in clinical outcome but it is the first time any drug has been clearly shown to alter the disease’s trajectory.” Success of experimental Alzheimer’s drug hailed as historic moment.

+ Church and Skate: “Utah’s Catholic leaders had mobilized against HB90 arguing that it threatened the sacred privacy of confessions. More importantly, it met with disapproval from some members in the powerful Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, known as the Mormon church, whose followers comprise the vast majority of the state Legislature. HB90 was dead on arrival.” Churches defend clergy loophole in child sex abuse reporting. (The question is which part of child sex assault churches don’t defend.) “In 33 states, clergy are exempt from any laws requiring professionals such as teachers, physicians and psychotherapists to report information about alleged child sexual abuse to police or child welfare officials if the church deems the information privileged.”

+ Deli Counterfeit: “Three men have been charged with securities fraud and market manipulation in alleged schemes that temporarily inflated the market value of a tiny New Jersey deli … The delicatessen … was known for its cheesesteaks and bagels but also for the fact that it was publicly traded on the stock market, where it was valued at over $100 million.”

+ Pipe Bombed? “On Sept. 27, Danish and Swedish authorities reported three ‘really big’ holes in the pipelines—two in NS1 and one in NS2—which run underwater through the Baltic Sea. The cause of the leaks has not been confirmed, but according to European officials was most likely an act of sabotage by Russia.” Potential pipeline sabotage could extend Europe’s gas crisis by years. Meanwhile, the U.S. Embassy in Moscow urges American citizens to leave Russia immediately.

+ Shared Goal: “At worst I’ll be dismissed from the national team. No problem. I’d sacrifice that for one hair on the heads of Iranian women. This story will not be deleted. They can do whatever they want. Shame on you for killing so easily; long live Iranian women.” Iran footballers show solidarity with protests over Mahsa Amini’s death.