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Funny Firm show prep highlights for the week of August 1 - August 5, 2022      

A long-running soap opera will no longer air on network TV.  NBC has announced that it will move Days of Our Lives to its Peacock streaming service on September 12th. *For those who aren't familiar with soap operas, they're what people used to watch before the Johnny Depp/Amber Heard trial.  (Paul Dudley)

Super Bowl champion Aaron Rodgers credits a psychedelic drug with helping have a career best season.  The Green Bay Packers quarterback says taking the psychedelic drug Ayahuasca helped him find "unconditional self-love".  *It's a polite way of saying he's the Master of his Domain.  (Paul Dudley)

David Crosby is retiring from touring.  The rocker shared the news on social media, where he told fans he thinks he's "too old to tour anymore....sadly."   *He says he wants to spend more time with his big bag of cocaine.  (Paul Dudley)

Elvis Presley fans will get the chance to own some jewelry he gave to his manager.  It's heading to the auction block on August 27th.  Some of the items include watches and chains along with cufflinks.  *So guy, if you're looking for the perfect gift for the lady in your life, a large diamond encrusted T.C.B. necklace could be yours for the right price!  (Paul Dudley)

It's National Clown week.  *Too bad more clowns couldn't participate in the festivities this year!  ...they were all too busy registering as sex offenders. (Dave Vincent)

Pop group BTS may be allowed to perform while they do South Korea's mandatory military service.  South Korea's defense minister said there will be a way to allow the group to perform while they serve their mandated service.  *Wow, pretty soon South Korean synchronized military marches are really going to have some flair.  (Paul Dudley)

The last conviction in the Salem Witch Trials is being cleared 329 years later.  Elizabeth Johnson Jr. was the only person convicted whose named wasn't yet cleared.  She was sentenced to death in 1693, but avoided the death sentence.  An exoneration was signed by the Governor last week.  *They say the wheels of justice turn slow, but jeez Louise.  (Paul Dudley)

Four Kentucky men broke a Guinness World record Monday after playing two-thousand-97 holes of miniature golf in 24 hours.  The effort was a fund-raiser for flooding relief in Kentucky.  *After finishing a round of miniature golf, do miniature golfers head to the mini-bar for a drink?  (Paul Dudley)

Exxon Mobil and Chevron have posted record high quarterly profits. *In fact, they've made so much money, if you pump your own gas, they'll pay you $16 an hour. (Bill Williams)

The month of August started with National Girlfriends Day on Monday.  National Girlfriends Day encourages women across the country to get together and celebrate their friendships... *More importantly, to drink wine, get catty, and judge each other. (Paul Dudley)

Undeclared McMuffins are going to cost one passenger nearly two-thousand dollars in fines.  They were traveling from Bali to Australia when they were caught with the egg and beef sausage McMuffins along with a ham croissant.  *Hey, is that a McMuffin in your pants, or are you just glad to be in Australia?  (Paul Dudley)

The LeBron James Family Foundation is sponsoring a race car.  Chris Buescher's number 17 Mustang will have a LeBron James Family Foundation themed paint job during the NASCAR Cup Series Race in Michigan August 7th.  *It should be interesting, NASCAR doesn't have any ref's for LeBron to whine about.  (Paul Dudley)

There could be a shortage of Halloween and Christmas candy this year.  Hershey says global supply chain issues and the war in Ukraine have made it hard to get all of their ingredients, including cocoa.  *Hardest hit...elementary school kids, soccer moms and dentists.  (Paul Dudley)

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