Who are "the Yawns"? They're the young and wealthy but normal. Be-sweatered Microsoft chairman Bill Gates is their patron saint, according to Robert Frank of the WSJ's Wealth Report. This boring single-prop set prize their charity foundations, recycled t-shirts and charity bracelets as their favorite status symbols. They drive hybrid cars. And the pandemic is spreading, reports the AP's Evelyen Nieves. She profiles San Francisco's Rik Wehbring, for an example. A perfectly healthy "37-year-old dot.com millionaire" Wehbring, despite his wealth, limits himself to living on $50,000 a year. Nieves reports he "doesn't own a television, his mp3 player cost $20 ("and it works just fine") and he drives (when he drives) a Toyota Prius."