Random Thoughts

Random Thoughts (731)

RANDOM THOUGHTS: THE CAPITOL

A  friend learned that a shortage of chips is threatening automobile production. He said he was very surprised and commented, “Couldn’t they just switch to trail mix?”

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RANDOM THOUGHTS: HAPPY 2021

The DNA testing service 23andMe has updated the results of the ancestry composition for those of us who have tested. All my wife was interested in how much my Neanderthal DNA has changed.

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RANDOM THOUGHTS: SANTACON NYC

Cannabis sales hits an estimated $238 million for Thanksgiving, one of the biggest sales periods for the drugs. Use of cannabis, of course, can make users slow moving and drowsy—somewhat hard to distinguish from what happens to people after a normal meal of turkey.

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RANDOM INSIGHTS: FLORIDA GOVERNOR

New of the future: 2050—The estate for the late former president Donald Trump filed its latest appeal to overturn results in the state of Pennsylvania that favored the late President Joe. Biden.

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RANDOM THOUGHTS: TRUMP LIBRARY

My wife got upset with me when she went, “I just broke another nail.” I replied “Why don’t have them all pulled if they are such trouble.”

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RANDOM THOUGHTS TO RETURN

Recent knee surgery has cut into my sense of humor. Random Thoughts will return next week

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RANDOM INSIGHTS: DANGERFIELD

The MVIES network shows quite a few horror and suspense movies, especially in the runup to Halloween. One shown more than once in October is “Them”, about mutant, giant ants in the Southwest desert.

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RANDOM THOUGHTS: EXPERIAN COW

I watched a movie, “Village of the Damned” last week. After a a mysterious sleep all women a certain towns are pregnant and have children born at  same time with same white blonde hair and eerie eyes.

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RANDOM THOUGHTS: CASPER THE GHOST

There are some new tales to frighten the kids on Halloween. One is about Casper the Friendly Ghost and his evil twin, Covid.

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RANDOM THOUGHTS: AARON CARTER

The Big Ten’s decision to play football after initially postponing the season proves that the quickest cure for the coronavirus is lots of cash and TV coverage. Well, that’s what it seems like.

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