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Funny Firm show prep highlights for the week of January 11 - January 15, 2021        

Two gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park have tested positive for COVID-19.  Tests detected the virus on January 8. *Testing a gorilla for coronavirus is relatively simple...although finding someone to shove a Q-tip up a gorillas nose can be tough.  (Paul Dudley)

A study says New Year’s resolutions explain why marijuana use drops at the start of the year and then increases as December arrives. Geez, another waste of government money!  *Pot use increases because being stoned is the only way to watch Christmas movies on the Hallmark Channel. (Bill Williams)

A study shows that IQ scores are decreasing.  *Meanwhile, Keeping up with the Kardashians ratings are increasing.  Coincidence?  (Dave Vincent) 

Tech company Razer says its new video game chair will fully immerse players in video games.  The gaming chair unveiled at CES on Tuesday comes with a display that surrounds the gamer's field of vision. A video game chair?  *If they really knew gamers, they'd be making a video game couch.  (Paul Dudley)

A woman from Santa Fe once stabbed her boyfriend repeatedly after she caught him cheating at Monopoly.  *. . . In other words, he was bad at Monopoly but according to his wife even worse at Monogamy.  (Dave Vincent)

Twitter says it processes over 200 billion Tweets per year.  *Only 12 of them are readable.  (Dave Vincent)

Netflix is signing a distribution deal with comedian/actor Kevin Hart.  The streaming service confirmed the deal, noting that it would be the exclusive host for four upcoming movies. *Of course since it's Kevin Hart they'll be short films.  (Paul Dudley)  

A Florida Man drove an airboat down city streets, knocking over trash cans while shooting off fireworks, then threatened to kill his arresting officer.  *He was charged with Florida's most serious crime of 'not being on meth.' (Dave Vincent)

HBO has announced a reboot of Sex and The City.  The show will follow the characters Carrie, Miranda, and Charlotte as they head into friendship in their 50s. *Wait, are they in their 50s, or were they born in the 50s?  (Paul Dudley)

Forbes has named Kylie Jenner as the Highest Paid Star of 2020, as she earned just under $600 million.  *The last time Kylie was this proud of herself was...probably earlier today, actually.  (Dave Vincent)

Following the lead of singer Bob Dylan, rocker Neil Young is selling a stake of the rights to his music library. The exact price of the deal has not yet been revealed.  *Now, with all this cash, both of them can finally take some singing lessons.  (Paul Dudley)

Demi Lovato has announced that her 7th album is scheduled for 2021. *So great news for 12-year-old girls and people with absolutely no taste in music. (Dave Vincent)

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