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RANDOM THOUGHTS: BRITNEY FREED

The most interesting entry in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade was the QAnon float which had a projection of John F. Kennedy Jr. announcing his plans to return.

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RANDOM THOUGHTS: AARON RODGERS

The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas has a lot of features that are designed to recall the watery Italian city. That includes two sets of canals with Gondola rides—one outside and one inside on the second floor.

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RANDOM THOUGHTS: JULIUS CAESAR

Stayed in the “Nobu Hotel” in Las Vegas recently. It’s a hotel within a hotel, essentially off a Caesar’s corridor.

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RANDOM THOUGHTS: WILLIAM SHATNER

 This Halloween, the scariest people will be the ones that come to the door without and masks.

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RANDOM THOUGHTS: Jay Leno

My friend Jerry, a retired consultant, recently gave me insight into one of the secrets to successful consulting: “My plan for this year is to learn from the mistakes made by the people I give advice to.”

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RANDOM THOUGHTS: NICKI MINAJ

There’s a new frankness in how DNA findings are communicated to subscribers—things like are you susceptible to certain diseases, likely to go bald, or sleep deeply.

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RANDOM THOUGHTS: N.Y’S CUOMO

It’s almost Labor Day and can Christmas displays be far behind. Join the competition to see who can get the most disgusted by the earliest the displays go up.

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RANDOM THOUGHTS: TEXAS' ABBOTT

The Cleveland Indians have changed their name to the Cleveland Guardians. It sounds like a group of alien overlords Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise encounter on a previously undiscovered planet.

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RANDOM THOUGHTS: RON POPEIL


The south end of the Las Vegas strip is big on chocolate with Hershey Chocolate World is on one side of the famous avenue. On the other side, although not directly opposite but close, is M&M World.

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RANDOM THOUGHTS: S.J. PARKER

The waiter at the seafood restaurant asked if I wanted a lobster bib. “Aren’t they way too small for people?” I asked.

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