*The new Little Caesars pizza app is pretty cool. You order from the app, wait until you get a push notification, go pick it up. I detest the "hot and ready" slogan when the pizza is never ready. It looks like those days are over. It will make Dad's Dinner Nights a lot easier.
*A call to break-up Amazon. Ho hum. Yes, the figures offered in the opinion piece are unsettling but all monopolies fall eventually of their own weight.
*Cool? Millennials Are Causing the U.S. Divorce Rate to Plummet. I doubt it. I'd give odds that it comes down to one thing: people without traditional morality are shacking up instead of getting married. People with traditional morality are still getting married and, because they're traditionalists, they don't get divorced. The article has a few other explanations that also make sense, but none of them make as much sense as the traditional morality one.
*Buchanan with a post-Kavanaugh vote analysis: "Then the Dems watched protesters dishonor the Senate in which they serve by screaming from the gallery. It was among the lowest moments in the modern history of the Senate, and it was the Democratic minority that took it down to that depth."