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Daily Dose: 9/9/16

Brandon Marshall in support of Colin Kaepernick

12:34 PMCousin Aaron went to see Kanye West on Thursday night and hasn’t stop talking about it since. Legit “life-changing” were his words. Check out his report on the show.

Brandon Marshall took a page out of Colin Kaepernick’s book Thursday night. The Denver Broncos linebacker chose to kneel during the national anthem Thursday night in Denver. Yet, because everyone on Twitter is an idiot, people began trolling New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall about the whole matter, even though, coincidentally, he also commented on the matter earlier in the week. Anyway, it’ll be interesting to see how this goes come Sunday across the league, particularly because it’ll be the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. ESPN’s Jeff Legwold reports.

If you haven’t been paying attention, North Korea is out here dropping bombs. Not like Funkmaster Flex, like actual nuclear tests, which is a serious problem. It’s the fifth time the country has done so and President Barack Obama is not happy about the matter. Mind you, this is the same nation in which North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has tried to ban sarcasm because he’s not here for those games. ABC News reports on exactly what all the worldwide implications are for such a reckless act, as the South Korean president called it.

When you find money on the floor, what do you do? There are a couple of schools of thought on this. One is, if you see who dropped it, obviously, you alert the person of the drop and what he or she does after that is on that person. If you didn’t see who dropped it, different matter. Also, if it’s anything $20 bill or under, it’s fair game. But let’s just say you’re in the office and you see a $100 on the floor. What do you do? FiveThirtyEight’s Oliver Roeder has a new edition of The Riddler that asks exactly that.

It’s Serena Day over here at The Undefeated. We’ve all changed our profile bios to pictures of the tennis great, and we’ll have stories about her across the site for the duration. Of course, on Thursday night, her U.S. Open run came to a close after she lost to Karolina Pliskova in the semifinals. She talked about how much pain her knee was in, but also noted that it wasn’t really an excuse. It should be noted that Pliskova also beat Venus Williams in this tournament. Anyway, I wrote something about Serena, my favorite athlete of all time.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Cable cars as a concept are absolutely terrifying, probably because I watched too many action movies as a kid in which someone met an awful demise due to malfunction or attack. But in France, they’re a part of life in the Alps. So, when I read “passengers stranded overnight in cable cars,” I almost passed out.

Snack Time: Here’s a question for you. Never mind if aliens are real or not, let’s ponder a different question: If they were to make contact with us, who exactly should we be sending to talk/communicate with them? I have no idea.

Dessert: Rest in peace, Prince Buster. We’ll play a few of your tunes this weekend in remembrance.

Allen Iverson is late to Hall of Fame news conference

Then reminds the world of exactly who he is

12:34 PMCousin Aaron went to see Kanye West on Thursday night and hasn’t stop talking about it since. Legit “life-changing” were his words. Check out his report on the show.

Brandon Marshall took a page out of Colin Kaepernick’s book Thursday night. The Denver Broncos linebacker chose to kneel during the national anthem Thursday night in Denver. Yet, because everyone on Twitter is an idiot, people began trolling New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall about the whole matter, even though, coincidentally, he also commented on the matter earlier in the week. Anyway, it’ll be interesting to see how this goes come Sunday across the league, particularly because it’ll be the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. ESPN’s Jeff Legwold reports.

If you haven’t been paying attention, North Korea is out here dropping bombs. Not like Funkmaster Flex, like actual nuclear tests, which is a serious problem. It’s the fifth time the country has done so and President Barack Obama is not happy about the matter. Mind you, this is the same nation in which North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has tried to ban sarcasm because he’s not here for those games. ABC News reports on exactly what all the worldwide implications are for such a reckless act, as the South Korean president called it.

When you find money on the floor, what do you do? There are a couple of schools of thought on this. One is, if you see who dropped it, obviously, you alert the person of the drop and what he or she does after that is on that person. If you didn’t see who dropped it, different matter. Also, if it’s anything $20 bill or under, it’s fair game. But let’s just say you’re in the office and you see a $100 on the floor. What do you do? FiveThirtyEight’s Oliver Roeder has a new edition of The Riddler that asks exactly that.

It’s Serena Day over here at The Undefeated. We’ve all changed our profile bios to pictures of the tennis great, and we’ll have stories about her across the site for the duration. Of course, on Thursday night, her U.S. Open run came to a close after she lost to Karolina Pliskova in the semifinals. She talked about how much pain her knee was in, but also noted that it wasn’t really an excuse. It should be noted that Pliskova also beat Venus Williams in this tournament. Anyway, I wrote something about Serena, my favorite athlete of all time.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Cable cars as a concept are absolutely terrifying, probably because I watched too many action movies as a kid in which someone met an awful demise due to malfunction or attack. But in France, they’re a part of life in the Alps. So, when I read “passengers stranded overnight in cable cars,” I almost passed out.

Snack Time: Here’s a question for you. Never mind if aliens are real or not, let’s ponder a different question: If they were to make contact with us, who exactly should we be sending to talk/communicate with them? I have no idea.

Dessert: Rest in peace, Prince Buster. We’ll play a few of your tunes this weekend in remembrance.

Airbnb: Sorry for being racist

But we’re not changing the major problem

12:34 PMCousin Aaron went to see Kanye West on Thursday night and hasn’t stop talking about it since. Legit “life-changing” were his words. Check out his report on the show.

Brandon Marshall took a page out of Colin Kaepernick’s book Thursday night. The Denver Broncos linebacker chose to kneel during the national anthem Thursday night in Denver. Yet, because everyone on Twitter is an idiot, people began trolling New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall about the whole matter, even though, coincidentally, he also commented on the matter earlier in the week. Anyway, it’ll be interesting to see how this goes come Sunday across the league, particularly because it’ll be the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. ESPN’s Jeff Legwold reports.

If you haven’t been paying attention, North Korea is out here dropping bombs. Not like Funkmaster Flex, like actual nuclear tests, which is a serious problem. It’s the fifth time the country has done so and President Barack Obama is not happy about the matter. Mind you, this is the same nation in which North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has tried to ban sarcasm because he’s not here for those games. ABC News reports on exactly what all the worldwide implications are for such a reckless act, as the South Korean president called it.

When you find money on the floor, what do you do? There are a couple of schools of thought on this. One is, if you see who dropped it, obviously, you alert the person of the drop and what he or she does after that is on that person. If you didn’t see who dropped it, different matter. Also, if it’s anything $20 bill or under, it’s fair game. But let’s just say you’re in the office and you see a $100 on the floor. What do you do? FiveThirtyEight’s Oliver Roeder has a new edition of The Riddler that asks exactly that.

It’s Serena Day over here at The Undefeated. We’ve all changed our profile bios to pictures of the tennis great, and we’ll have stories about her across the site for the duration. Of course, on Thursday night, her U.S. Open run came to a close after she lost to Karolina Pliskova in the semifinals. She talked about how much pain her knee was in, but also noted that it wasn’t really an excuse. It should be noted that Pliskova also beat Venus Williams in this tournament. Anyway, I wrote something about Serena, my favorite athlete of all time.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Cable cars as a concept are absolutely terrifying, probably because I watched too many action movies as a kid in which someone met an awful demise due to malfunction or attack. But in France, they’re a part of life in the Alps. So, when I read “passengers stranded overnight in cable cars,” I almost passed out.

Snack Time: Here’s a question for you. Never mind if aliens are real or not, let’s ponder a different question: If they were to make contact with us, who exactly should we be sending to talk/communicate with them? I have no idea.

Dessert: Rest in peace, Prince Buster. We’ll play a few of your tunes this weekend in remembrance.

Team turns its back on Megan Rapinoe

Washington Spirit moves up national anthem to prevent her protest

12:34 PMCousin Aaron went to see Kanye West on Thursday night and hasn’t stop talking about it since. Legit “life-changing” were his words. Check out his report on the show.

Brandon Marshall took a page out of Colin Kaepernick’s book Thursday night. The Denver Broncos linebacker chose to kneel during the national anthem Thursday night in Denver. Yet, because everyone on Twitter is an idiot, people began trolling New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall about the whole matter, even though, coincidentally, he also commented on the matter earlier in the week. Anyway, it’ll be interesting to see how this goes come Sunday across the league, particularly because it’ll be the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. ESPN’s Jeff Legwold reports.

If you haven’t been paying attention, North Korea is out here dropping bombs. Not like Funkmaster Flex, like actual nuclear tests, which is a serious problem. It’s the fifth time the country has done so and President Barack Obama is not happy about the matter. Mind you, this is the same nation in which North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has tried to ban sarcasm because he’s not here for those games. ABC News reports on exactly what all the worldwide implications are for such a reckless act, as the South Korean president called it.

When you find money on the floor, what do you do? There are a couple of schools of thought on this. One is, if you see who dropped it, obviously, you alert the person of the drop and what he or she does after that is on that person. If you didn’t see who dropped it, different matter. Also, if it’s anything $20 bill or under, it’s fair game. But let’s just say you’re in the office and you see a $100 on the floor. What do you do? FiveThirtyEight’s Oliver Roeder has a new edition of The Riddler that asks exactly that.

It’s Serena Day over here at The Undefeated. We’ve all changed our profile bios to pictures of the tennis great, and we’ll have stories about her across the site for the duration. Of course, on Thursday night, her U.S. Open run came to a close after she lost to Karolina Pliskova in the semifinals. She talked about how much pain her knee was in, but also noted that it wasn’t really an excuse. It should be noted that Pliskova also beat Venus Williams in this tournament. Anyway, I wrote something about Serena, my favorite athlete of all time.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Cable cars as a concept are absolutely terrifying, probably because I watched too many action movies as a kid in which someone met an awful demise due to malfunction or attack. But in France, they’re a part of life in the Alps. So, when I read “passengers stranded overnight in cable cars,” I almost passed out.

Snack Time: Here’s a question for you. Never mind if aliens are real or not, let’s ponder a different question: If they were to make contact with us, who exactly should we be sending to talk/communicate with them? I have no idea.

Dessert: Rest in peace, Prince Buster. We’ll play a few of your tunes this weekend in remembrance.

Daily Dose: 9/8/16

Ryan Lochte gets his comeuppance

12:34 PMCousin Aaron went to see Kanye West on Thursday night and hasn’t stop talking about it since. Legit “life-changing” were his words. Check out his report on the show.

Brandon Marshall took a page out of Colin Kaepernick’s book Thursday night. The Denver Broncos linebacker chose to kneel during the national anthem Thursday night in Denver. Yet, because everyone on Twitter is an idiot, people began trolling New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall about the whole matter, even though, coincidentally, he also commented on the matter earlier in the week. Anyway, it’ll be interesting to see how this goes come Sunday across the league, particularly because it’ll be the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. ESPN’s Jeff Legwold reports.

If you haven’t been paying attention, North Korea is out here dropping bombs. Not like Funkmaster Flex, like actual nuclear tests, which is a serious problem. It’s the fifth time the country has done so and President Barack Obama is not happy about the matter. Mind you, this is the same nation in which North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has tried to ban sarcasm because he’s not here for those games. ABC News reports on exactly what all the worldwide implications are for such a reckless act, as the South Korean president called it.

When you find money on the floor, what do you do? There are a couple of schools of thought on this. One is, if you see who dropped it, obviously, you alert the person of the drop and what he or she does after that is on that person. If you didn’t see who dropped it, different matter. Also, if it’s anything $20 bill or under, it’s fair game. But let’s just say you’re in the office and you see a $100 on the floor. What do you do? FiveThirtyEight’s Oliver Roeder has a new edition of The Riddler that asks exactly that.

It’s Serena Day over here at The Undefeated. We’ve all changed our profile bios to pictures of the tennis great, and we’ll have stories about her across the site for the duration. Of course, on Thursday night, her U.S. Open run came to a close after she lost to Karolina Pliskova in the semifinals. She talked about how much pain her knee was in, but also noted that it wasn’t really an excuse. It should be noted that Pliskova also beat Venus Williams in this tournament. Anyway, I wrote something about Serena, my favorite athlete of all time.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Cable cars as a concept are absolutely terrifying, probably because I watched too many action movies as a kid in which someone met an awful demise due to malfunction or attack. But in France, they’re a part of life in the Alps. So, when I read “passengers stranded overnight in cable cars,” I almost passed out.

Snack Time: Here’s a question for you. Never mind if aliens are real or not, let’s ponder a different question: If they were to make contact with us, who exactly should we be sending to talk/communicate with them? I have no idea.

Dessert: Rest in peace, Prince Buster. We’ll play a few of your tunes this weekend in remembrance.

Karl-Anthony Towns wants you to get out and vote

Timberwolves team up with Minnesota secretary of state for public service announcements

12:34 PMCousin Aaron went to see Kanye West on Thursday night and hasn’t stop talking about it since. Legit “life-changing” were his words. Check out his report on the show.

Brandon Marshall took a page out of Colin Kaepernick’s book Thursday night. The Denver Broncos linebacker chose to kneel during the national anthem Thursday night in Denver. Yet, because everyone on Twitter is an idiot, people began trolling New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall about the whole matter, even though, coincidentally, he also commented on the matter earlier in the week. Anyway, it’ll be interesting to see how this goes come Sunday across the league, particularly because it’ll be the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. ESPN’s Jeff Legwold reports.

If you haven’t been paying attention, North Korea is out here dropping bombs. Not like Funkmaster Flex, like actual nuclear tests, which is a serious problem. It’s the fifth time the country has done so and President Barack Obama is not happy about the matter. Mind you, this is the same nation in which North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has tried to ban sarcasm because he’s not here for those games. ABC News reports on exactly what all the worldwide implications are for such a reckless act, as the South Korean president called it.

When you find money on the floor, what do you do? There are a couple of schools of thought on this. One is, if you see who dropped it, obviously, you alert the person of the drop and what he or she does after that is on that person. If you didn’t see who dropped it, different matter. Also, if it’s anything $20 bill or under, it’s fair game. But let’s just say you’re in the office and you see a $100 on the floor. What do you do? FiveThirtyEight’s Oliver Roeder has a new edition of The Riddler that asks exactly that.

It’s Serena Day over here at The Undefeated. We’ve all changed our profile bios to pictures of the tennis great, and we’ll have stories about her across the site for the duration. Of course, on Thursday night, her U.S. Open run came to a close after she lost to Karolina Pliskova in the semifinals. She talked about how much pain her knee was in, but also noted that it wasn’t really an excuse. It should be noted that Pliskova also beat Venus Williams in this tournament. Anyway, I wrote something about Serena, my favorite athlete of all time.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Cable cars as a concept are absolutely terrifying, probably because I watched too many action movies as a kid in which someone met an awful demise due to malfunction or attack. But in France, they’re a part of life in the Alps. So, when I read “passengers stranded overnight in cable cars,” I almost passed out.

Snack Time: Here’s a question for you. Never mind if aliens are real or not, let’s ponder a different question: If they were to make contact with us, who exactly should we be sending to talk/communicate with them? I have no idea.

Dessert: Rest in peace, Prince Buster. We’ll play a few of your tunes this weekend in remembrance.

Daily Dose: 9/7/16

Bill Cosby gets a court date

12:34 PMCousin Aaron went to see Kanye West on Thursday night and hasn’t stop talking about it since. Legit “life-changing” were his words. Check out his report on the show.

Brandon Marshall took a page out of Colin Kaepernick’s book Thursday night. The Denver Broncos linebacker chose to kneel during the national anthem Thursday night in Denver. Yet, because everyone on Twitter is an idiot, people began trolling New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall about the whole matter, even though, coincidentally, he also commented on the matter earlier in the week. Anyway, it’ll be interesting to see how this goes come Sunday across the league, particularly because it’ll be the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. ESPN’s Jeff Legwold reports.

If you haven’t been paying attention, North Korea is out here dropping bombs. Not like Funkmaster Flex, like actual nuclear tests, which is a serious problem. It’s the fifth time the country has done so and President Barack Obama is not happy about the matter. Mind you, this is the same nation in which North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has tried to ban sarcasm because he’s not here for those games. ABC News reports on exactly what all the worldwide implications are for such a reckless act, as the South Korean president called it.

When you find money on the floor, what do you do? There are a couple of schools of thought on this. One is, if you see who dropped it, obviously, you alert the person of the drop and what he or she does after that is on that person. If you didn’t see who dropped it, different matter. Also, if it’s anything $20 bill or under, it’s fair game. But let’s just say you’re in the office and you see a $100 on the floor. What do you do? FiveThirtyEight’s Oliver Roeder has a new edition of The Riddler that asks exactly that.

It’s Serena Day over here at The Undefeated. We’ve all changed our profile bios to pictures of the tennis great, and we’ll have stories about her across the site for the duration. Of course, on Thursday night, her U.S. Open run came to a close after she lost to Karolina Pliskova in the semifinals. She talked about how much pain her knee was in, but also noted that it wasn’t really an excuse. It should be noted that Pliskova also beat Venus Williams in this tournament. Anyway, I wrote something about Serena, my favorite athlete of all time.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Cable cars as a concept are absolutely terrifying, probably because I watched too many action movies as a kid in which someone met an awful demise due to malfunction or attack. But in France, they’re a part of life in the Alps. So, when I read “passengers stranded overnight in cable cars,” I almost passed out.

Snack Time: Here’s a question for you. Never mind if aliens are real or not, let’s ponder a different question: If they were to make contact with us, who exactly should we be sending to talk/communicate with them? I have no idea.

Dessert: Rest in peace, Prince Buster. We’ll play a few of your tunes this weekend in remembrance.

All Day Podcast: 9/6/16

College football is back and the SXSL Festival is upon us

12:34 PMCousin Aaron went to see Kanye West on Thursday night and hasn’t stop talking about it since. Legit “life-changing” were his words. Check out his report on the show.

Brandon Marshall took a page out of Colin Kaepernick’s book Thursday night. The Denver Broncos linebacker chose to kneel during the national anthem Thursday night in Denver. Yet, because everyone on Twitter is an idiot, people began trolling New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall about the whole matter, even though, coincidentally, he also commented on the matter earlier in the week. Anyway, it’ll be interesting to see how this goes come Sunday across the league, particularly because it’ll be the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. ESPN’s Jeff Legwold reports.

If you haven’t been paying attention, North Korea is out here dropping bombs. Not like Funkmaster Flex, like actual nuclear tests, which is a serious problem. It’s the fifth time the country has done so and President Barack Obama is not happy about the matter. Mind you, this is the same nation in which North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has tried to ban sarcasm because he’s not here for those games. ABC News reports on exactly what all the worldwide implications are for such a reckless act, as the South Korean president called it.

When you find money on the floor, what do you do? There are a couple of schools of thought on this. One is, if you see who dropped it, obviously, you alert the person of the drop and what he or she does after that is on that person. If you didn’t see who dropped it, different matter. Also, if it’s anything $20 bill or under, it’s fair game. But let’s just say you’re in the office and you see a $100 on the floor. What do you do? FiveThirtyEight’s Oliver Roeder has a new edition of The Riddler that asks exactly that.

It’s Serena Day over here at The Undefeated. We’ve all changed our profile bios to pictures of the tennis great, and we’ll have stories about her across the site for the duration. Of course, on Thursday night, her U.S. Open run came to a close after she lost to Karolina Pliskova in the semifinals. She talked about how much pain her knee was in, but also noted that it wasn’t really an excuse. It should be noted that Pliskova also beat Venus Williams in this tournament. Anyway, I wrote something about Serena, my favorite athlete of all time.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Cable cars as a concept are absolutely terrifying, probably because I watched too many action movies as a kid in which someone met an awful demise due to malfunction or attack. But in France, they’re a part of life in the Alps. So, when I read “passengers stranded overnight in cable cars,” I almost passed out.

Snack Time: Here’s a question for you. Never mind if aliens are real or not, let’s ponder a different question: If they were to make contact with us, who exactly should we be sending to talk/communicate with them? I have no idea.

Dessert: Rest in peace, Prince Buster. We’ll play a few of your tunes this weekend in remembrance.

Daily Dose: 9/6/16

Obama is still righting wrongs committed by the U.S. military

12:34 PMCousin Aaron went to see Kanye West on Thursday night and hasn’t stop talking about it since. Legit “life-changing” were his words. Check out his report on the show.

Brandon Marshall took a page out of Colin Kaepernick’s book Thursday night. The Denver Broncos linebacker chose to kneel during the national anthem Thursday night in Denver. Yet, because everyone on Twitter is an idiot, people began trolling New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall about the whole matter, even though, coincidentally, he also commented on the matter earlier in the week. Anyway, it’ll be interesting to see how this goes come Sunday across the league, particularly because it’ll be the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. ESPN’s Jeff Legwold reports.

If you haven’t been paying attention, North Korea is out here dropping bombs. Not like Funkmaster Flex, like actual nuclear tests, which is a serious problem. It’s the fifth time the country has done so and President Barack Obama is not happy about the matter. Mind you, this is the same nation in which North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has tried to ban sarcasm because he’s not here for those games. ABC News reports on exactly what all the worldwide implications are for such a reckless act, as the South Korean president called it.

When you find money on the floor, what do you do? There are a couple of schools of thought on this. One is, if you see who dropped it, obviously, you alert the person of the drop and what he or she does after that is on that person. If you didn’t see who dropped it, different matter. Also, if it’s anything $20 bill or under, it’s fair game. But let’s just say you’re in the office and you see a $100 on the floor. What do you do? FiveThirtyEight’s Oliver Roeder has a new edition of The Riddler that asks exactly that.

It’s Serena Day over here at The Undefeated. We’ve all changed our profile bios to pictures of the tennis great, and we’ll have stories about her across the site for the duration. Of course, on Thursday night, her U.S. Open run came to a close after she lost to Karolina Pliskova in the semifinals. She talked about how much pain her knee was in, but also noted that it wasn’t really an excuse. It should be noted that Pliskova also beat Venus Williams in this tournament. Anyway, I wrote something about Serena, my favorite athlete of all time.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Cable cars as a concept are absolutely terrifying, probably because I watched too many action movies as a kid in which someone met an awful demise due to malfunction or attack. But in France, they’re a part of life in the Alps. So, when I read “passengers stranded overnight in cable cars,” I almost passed out.

Snack Time: Here’s a question for you. Never mind if aliens are real or not, let’s ponder a different question: If they were to make contact with us, who exactly should we be sending to talk/communicate with them? I have no idea.

Dessert: Rest in peace, Prince Buster. We’ll play a few of your tunes this weekend in remembrance.

The other side of the tracks in Whistler

has some art gems that aren’t easy to find

12:34 PMCousin Aaron went to see Kanye West on Thursday night and hasn’t stop talking about it since. Legit “life-changing” were his words. Check out his report on the show.

Brandon Marshall took a page out of Colin Kaepernick’s book Thursday night. The Denver Broncos linebacker chose to kneel during the national anthem Thursday night in Denver. Yet, because everyone on Twitter is an idiot, people began trolling New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall about the whole matter, even though, coincidentally, he also commented on the matter earlier in the week. Anyway, it’ll be interesting to see how this goes come Sunday across the league, particularly because it’ll be the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. ESPN’s Jeff Legwold reports.

If you haven’t been paying attention, North Korea is out here dropping bombs. Not like Funkmaster Flex, like actual nuclear tests, which is a serious problem. It’s the fifth time the country has done so and President Barack Obama is not happy about the matter. Mind you, this is the same nation in which North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has tried to ban sarcasm because he’s not here for those games. ABC News reports on exactly what all the worldwide implications are for such a reckless act, as the South Korean president called it.

When you find money on the floor, what do you do? There are a couple of schools of thought on this. One is, if you see who dropped it, obviously, you alert the person of the drop and what he or she does after that is on that person. If you didn’t see who dropped it, different matter. Also, if it’s anything $20 bill or under, it’s fair game. But let’s just say you’re in the office and you see a $100 on the floor. What do you do? FiveThirtyEight’s Oliver Roeder has a new edition of The Riddler that asks exactly that.

It’s Serena Day over here at The Undefeated. We’ve all changed our profile bios to pictures of the tennis great, and we’ll have stories about her across the site for the duration. Of course, on Thursday night, her U.S. Open run came to a close after she lost to Karolina Pliskova in the semifinals. She talked about how much pain her knee was in, but also noted that it wasn’t really an excuse. It should be noted that Pliskova also beat Venus Williams in this tournament. Anyway, I wrote something about Serena, my favorite athlete of all time.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Cable cars as a concept are absolutely terrifying, probably because I watched too many action movies as a kid in which someone met an awful demise due to malfunction or attack. But in France, they’re a part of life in the Alps. So, when I read “passengers stranded overnight in cable cars,” I almost passed out.

Snack Time: Here’s a question for you. Never mind if aliens are real or not, let’s ponder a different question: If they were to make contact with us, who exactly should we be sending to talk/communicate with them? I have no idea.

Dessert: Rest in peace, Prince Buster. We’ll play a few of your tunes this weekend in remembrance.