Peloton, has drawn fire over its ad in which a husband gives his very trim wife one of its exercise bicycle. In a more realistic version, the wife shouts, “You think I’m fat!. You think I need to lose weight?”

… Franklin Mint is hedging its bets on the impeachment process. It has one set of Impeachment Plates. It has another for Still Your President. … Meanwhile, in last week’s forecast, after confusing watchers with the American and European weather models, the National Weather Service rolled out the Trump model which forecast a foot of snow in southern Alabama.  … Not unexpectedly, Black Friday was followed this year by Cyber Monday and Hacker Tuesday. …Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has followed her “Don’t Mess With Me” statement at a press conference with “Go ahead punk. Make my day.”  … Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is being accused of try to buy the Democratic Presidential nomination. Bloomberg said he isn’t trying to buy it, just establish a fair market value. Meanwhile former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani has issued a statement. Crack linguistic experts have been called to try to decipher the statement, but are not optimistic. … Former VP Joe Biden challenged a hefty man in Iowa who questioned Biden’s fitness to do pushups and other exercises. That suggests a great way to thin out the rest of the Democratic candidates—a triathlon.  The last person standing (or living) is the nominee. ... Last week the Icon TV network had the following movies in succession: “A Christmas in Royal Fashion”, “A Cinderella Christmas”,  “A Christmas Princess”, “A Prince for Christmas”, and “A Firehouse Christmas” and my favorite “A Dramamine Christmas”, to counteract the effects of the other films. There is also a lesser-known  “Prince Andrew Christmas” in which the brother to the heir apparent of the British throne gives a series of interviews trying to explain his first interview in which he tried to persuade viewers that there was nothing unsavory in his relationship with the late financier and accused trafficker of women. Andrew said they were just recruiting candidates for princesses in upcoming Disney movies.

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