000100111101010001010001 (Translation: It's Prime Day)

Today marks the second and final day of Prime Day — essentially a retailer-created holiday (like Sweetest Day) designed to drive online business by offering bargain-basement prices on electronics that sometimes come with under-reported and serious privacy concerns. And that’s without touching on Amazon’s questionable and increasingly well-documented approach to employment, in which humans are often treated like robots. (A recent episode of “Late Week Tonight with John Oliver” documented how some employees even skip bathroom breaks for fear of falling behind schedule and getting docked in the company’s rating system.)

Anyway, to mark the occasion, here's the definitive ranking of the top 10 prime numbers between 1 and 100.

10. 89

9. 41

8. 59

7. 7

6. 19

5. 61

4. 11

3. 1

2. 23

1. 3