Here it is, our weekly roundup of things on the internet that Scene staffers read and found enjoyable or interesting or otherwise engaging. Most of us spend too much time online and we might as well share.

From The New York Times: ‘Swimming Wasn’t for Us’

From NPR: One woman dominated the awards at a Virginia county fair. Then the internet went wild.

From the Los Angeles TimesAre animals entitled to basic legal rights just like people?

From the BBC: How a fake 'IPL' cricket league ran for Russian punters

From Vulture: When Brands Got Horny

From The New York Times: Jim Thorpe Is Restored as Sole Winner of 1912 Olympic Gold Medals

From the Los Angeles TimesJill Biden just learned the nasty politics of breakfast tacos, taco bowls and Latino vote

From Rolling StoneThe Far Right’s Next Target for a Bullshit Moral Panic: Antidepressants

From Los Angeles Magazine: A DoorDash Glitch Let Customers Feast on Free Food, Liquor, and More

From the BBC: Sir Mo Farah reveals he was trafficked to the UK as a child

From Politico: Amazon gave Ring videos to police without owners’ permission

From the BBC: Europe's island that swaps nationalities

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