Editor’s Note: This article previously appeared in a different format as part of The Atlantic’s Notes section, retired in 2021.

Here are the best quotes we heard from our sources today. (Click through to read the full stories.)

Ronald Levant, a psychology professor, referring to traditional ideals of masculinity: “These young men believe that is the way men should be, want to be that, and believe that energy drinks will make them be that way.”

Rebekah Tilley, who has had four children, on how prenatal care in Denmark compares to that in the U.S.: “It was like prenatal care at an Aldi, where you bag your own groceries and return your own cart, rather than a HyVee, where you can get pull-up service or order your groceries online.”

Guy Consolmagno, a Jesuit priest and director of the Vatican observatory: “The demotion of Pluto was a Vatican plot. And I’d do it again.”

(Previous quotes from our sources here)