It’s never been a secret that pro wrestling isn’t on the level, with plenty of stories on the subject going back all the way to the 1850s. The true reason it was a prearranged exhibition may have changed from fleecing gamblers to increasing entertainment value and maximizing box office revenue with more compelling rivalries, but regardless, it’s always been this way. While “everyone” knew, people in the wrestling business would either keep mum or go to absurd lengths to defend their field’s legitimacy, including inviting skeptics to try out stars with legitimate backgrounds so non-fans could be tortured. Eventually, 30 years ago this week, that cat was let out of the bag for good.
An Alfred 4+ workflow that shows upcoming calendar events that are video conferences, and opens the links to them. It supports Lync, Zoom and Google Meet out of the box, but can be easily configured to support additional services.