Jimmy Buffett, musician, businessmanA friend commented after I said I had started practicing my musical instrument after a long time away, that it “Must be just like riding a bike.” “I don’t know,” I replied. “I’ve never tried to peddle a trombone.” … I have decided to improve my tennis game by listening to those new Serena Williams’ relaxation tapes.

…. Conservative columnist Ann Coulter believes presidential son-in-law Jared Kushner authored an anonymous New York Times column. picturing the White House under Donald Trump as in chaos. That should make the Trump Thanksgiving interesting. I would guess the pardoned turkey will take Kushner’s seat at the dinner table.  … In the interest of combining popular flavors Starbucks is introducing a new pumpkin-mint macchiato. A dash of red velvet can be added for additional interest. Or disgust … Singer Jimmy Buffett and Wrigley’s gum heir William Wrigley Jr have invested in an Atlanta-based marijuana startup. That follows on a highly success debut product, margarita-flavored chewing gum. The next endeavor will be Double Pot Gum. One possible drawback is it is feared that consumers will forget why they are chewing the gun. “Oh wow, what is this stuff in my mouth. I think it represents the depth of universal truth.” … The ouster of CBS CEO Les Moonves, along with other harassment cases, proves it may be lonely at the top, but these power players have a nasty habit of doing something about it.

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