Nerding out for this empty arena match. Nice work @PWAOhio. (And this casting thing is pretty cool. I click “cast” on my computer upstairs in the office, and the TV downstairs turns itself on and starts streaming. Slick.)

A Michigan car dealership’s response to a panhandler is going viral.

“Please do not give anything to this panhandler. We offered him a fulltime job at $10.00/HR,” the sign reads. “He said: ‘I make more a day than any of you’ and he did not want a job.” WSYR

I groan every time I see someone give a panhandler cash. Think about it: If they get $100 a day in handouts five days a week (not hard to do), that’s equivalent to a $31,000-per-year job before taxes — and of course, unlike me and you, they’re paying no taxes. That’s not benevolence — that’s being part of the problem.

Right now, after all, pretty much everyone already agrees that Whole Foods is a nice place to shop. The issue is that it’s expensive — saddled with the nickname “Whole Paycheck.” But if you decided you didn’t really care about profits, it would be simple to address this complaint by just making things cheaper. Matthew Yglesias

Aldi gaining ground, Lidl coming, Whole Foods now being owned by a company that famously doesn’t care about profits, and Kroger saying they won’t “lose on price“. This is about to get interesting.

I have a WWE sticker on the back of my car. My neighbor asked me if it’s a Wonder Woman sticker. 🤦‍♂️