So, my vehicle's stereo played out on me recently. As such, I needed a new one installed. I repair and calibrate medical equipment so I probably could have done it. But it wasn't worth the aggravation. So I went to a car stereo place. They were NUTS in there. Customers were lined up. I heard the owner say that the car audio business has been INSANE across the country for a few months. I can't figure it out. Why would that be? Are people literally blowing their stimulus checks on car audio? He said that they can't keep up with demand. I also heard him tell a customer on the phone that his next window tinting appointment was July 22nd. Conventional wisdom would tell me that with so many people out of work the car audio biz would be struggling. But he said that he's currently doing the most business by far in his 35 years of owning the store. I was blown away by that. Are there any other business you guys are aware of that seem to be doing ridiculously well during the pandemic that don't make logical sense? I get why Amazon is going nuts. People are shopping from home. Duh. I get why all of the streaming platforms are going nuts. People are entertaining themselves at home. Sure. But car audio? That just blows my mind. Another one I'm hearing in Eastern NC is real estate. Our local market is going nuts. Down at the beach, I had lunch with a local realtor who said there aren't enough houses to sell. Really? In an economic downturn coastal real estate is going nuts? He said that the "half million" range of beach houses is insane. People were driving up and down the canal streets asking people if they wanted to sell their houses. I don't understand that at all. People are suddenly in the position to buy a second home for a half million and they weren't LAST Summer when the economy was crazy good? How about you? Have you heard from a business owner about a business that is thriving even during this crazy economy? I never would have seen real estate and car audio coming. But, apparently, they're both in demand like never before right now.