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Funny Firm show prep highlights for the week of October 12-16, 2020        

Dr. Anthony Fauci tells CBS News that people around the country might have to sacrifice Thanksgiving with the relatives because of the coronavirus.  *Finally, some good news about the coronavirus.  (Paul Dudley)

Walmart says this year’s Black Friday will last three weeks. *So go on in and take a selfie with that weird, semi-nude guy in the ice cream aisle. (Bill Williams) 

Del Monte is selling Pink pineapples online. They're said to be juicier and sweeter, but that comes with a price.  Each Pinkglow Pineapple will cost 49-bucks.  *Or as shoppers at Whole Foods call it...a bargain.  (Paul Dudley)

Tito Jackson is now 67.  *He will have cake and ice cream, from Baskin Robbins.  Mainly because he gets a 20% employee discount. (Dave Vincent)

An Amazon employee was arrested after the company reported him to the FBI for fraud. *After the arrest, the FBI released a 5 star review.  (Mike Pritchett)

Nobel Prize for Physics:  Reinhard Genzel & Andrea Ghez for determining the dead center of the universe and where we acquired mass. *If it's anything like me, it's from Taylor Swift's fan page and carbs.   (Dave Vincent)

Amazon Prime Day, the annual two-day shopping event runs through Wednesday, and includes discounts on over one-million items.  *That's all well and good, but for most people, Amazon Prime Day, has now become, Amazon Prime Year.  (Paul Dudley)

A Pennsylvania man got his high school diploma just weeks before his 100th birthday. *Typical of a high school prankster, he celebrated by throwing his Depends in the air. (Bill Williams)

A calligraphy scroll by former Chinese leader Chairman Mao, worth $300 million, has been stolen and destroyed. *For those who don’t know, a calligraphy scroll is what people raved on before Twitter. (Bill Williams) 

Regal theaters in the U.S. are temporarily closed as new studio  releases have dried up because of the coronavirus.  The company CEO says, we're like a grocery shop that doesn't have vegetables, fruit, meat.  *Ya, good luck trying to sell those 10 dollar buckets of popcorn in the real world.  (Paul Dudley)

An Employee is accused of stealing at least $1.3 million in printer toner from Austin Public Library and re-selling online.  $1.3 million in printer toner comes to...32 ink cartridges...so yeah, sounds about right.  (Dave Vincent)

Former "Blue's Clues" host Steve Burns is 47.  He spent several years talking to a blue cartoon dog, a bar of soap, and his salt and pepper shakers.  *Just like Demi Lovato before they found the right medications. (Dave Vincent)



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