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Funny Firm show prep highlights for the week of September 6 - September 10, 2021        

A 14-year-old used a 3D printer to create a prosthetic hand for a friend who is missing multiple fingers.  Sammy Salvano of New Jersey spent the summer designing the prosthetic for his friend. Salvano wants to attend Drexel University and be an engineer. *If he can't get into the college of his choice, at least he has practice giving someone the finger.  (Paul Dudley)

Spectators are allowed back at this year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.    Last year the parade of inflatable characters was a TV-only event due to the pandemic. *After a year of quarantine, compared to most of us, the oversized Pilsbury Doughboy is going to look like the picture of health.  (Paul Dudley) 
Peloton is launching its own private label apparel brand.  Peloton Apparel's inaugural collection for this Fall was released Thursday.  *Peloton apparel is perfect for anyone who likes to buy workout clothes, but never actually get around to wearing them.  (Paul Dudley)

Research shows marijuana smokers tend to be skinnier. *The study has a margin of error of plus or minus Seth Rogen. (Dave Vincent)

TikTok seems to be the new go-to for videos, beating out YouTube.  A study by an app monitoring firm found social media users are spending more time on TikTok than YouTube when considering the average time per user on the apps.   *Coming in as the clear loser in 3rd place...worker productivity.  (Paul Dudley)

China is IKEA's fastest growing market. *Interesting, so they went from building the Great Wall to assembling a so-so bookcase. (Dave Vincent)

A new study is looking at how hula dancing can prevent the effects of dementia.  Researchers at the University of  Hawaii want to know if hula, along with other healthy habits, can improve vascular health among Native Hawaiians.  *Whatever it takes to work off all that fried spam and eggs.  (Paul Dudley)

Fran Drescher is celebrating winning the election to become president of the SAG-AFTRA union.  The Nanny star says she will  bring positivity and optimism to the union.  *But did she promise free ear plugs?  (Paul Dudley)

Some 40 percent of Americans say they use the self-checkout at the grocery store to keep from being judged.  The Kroger survey also found the same number have left a checkout line to find an item they saw in another shopper's cart.  That happens to me.  *I'll see a cart full of Kale, Broccoli and mixed greens, and realize I forgot to get Cheetos.  (Paul Dudley) 

A new class of Earth-like planets could lead to the discovery of life outside the solar system.  Astronomers at the University of Cambridge say they have found planets that resemble Earth, with hydrogen-rich atmospheres and covered in oceans.  *Also, at least for now, no Amazon delivery trucks.  (Paul Dudley)

Johnny Ramone's 1965 Mosrite electric guitar is hitting the auction block.  Ramone bought the guitar in 1977 and  was used in close to two thousand live shows and spent time displayed in the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame. Authenticity may be a problem.  *How can can a guitar make it through two thousand punk rock shows without getting smashed up on stage? (Paul Dudley)

Oof, 5G, and Yeet have been added to Dictionary-dot-com.  *What's a dictionary?...asked everyone who uses those words.  (Dave Vincent)

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