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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.

The highly awaited “Q” balloon failed to appear. It was reported it started attacking other balloons while waiting to move into line. Speaking of Macy’s the iconic Geoffrey the Giraffe is now with Macy’s with Toys R Us Online. It was revealed that after the failure of the Toys R Us chain, Jeffrey spent some time in rehab on the Isle of Lost Toys. … Hallmark has put together a slew of new movies for the holidays: A Sugary Christmas, The  Sick of Christmas Movie, A Golden Christmas 25 and Another Damned Christmas Movie… The move to end Britney Spears’ conservatorship was accompanied by another movement that went much less noticed. A handful of people who remember her 2001 performance with a python named Banana were outside the courthouse with “Free the Snake” placards. It hit me that with her father removed after years as a conservator, well, you thought holiday meals in your family were awkward. … With the Delta variant followed by the Omnicron variant, schools can use the COVID-19 outbreak to teach the Greek Alphabet. … The original TV show “CSI” has returned with a sequel “CSI: Los Vegas”. It is expected the franchise will expand with CSI North Pole in which Santa Claus doubles as a criminal investigator, aimed by the Elf Patrol.  He is highly efficient in law enforcement as “He sees when you are sleeping. He knows when y ou’re awake.” Etc.

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