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Southwest Airlines will ban emotional support animals in March, joining American, United and Delta. You mean I can’t bring my emotional support bat on the plane anymore?

 How will I cope? ... The House of Representatives Democrat leaders walked the article of impeachment for former President Donald Trump to the Senate. It was historical as the Senators answered the door for the delivery team from “Impeachments to Go.” “You order an impeachment? We have your order with plain and pineapple. That will be $24.75 plus tax.” … There will be a substantial change in cuisine around the White House. We will go from fast food under Trump to prune juice and Geritol under President Biden. And if music reflects a generation, Biden should pick the Rolling Stones as the national band. Instead of “Hail to the Chief”, the new fanfare will be “Mother’s Little Helper”. “What a drag it is getting old.” … The private military group, the Proud Boys, were believed to be important in the January 6 riot at the Capitol. The Proud Boys, weren’t those the kids in Peter Pan who refused to grow up? … With Deutsche Bank reportedly cutting off Trump, we may see him in the JG Wentworth ads. “It’s my money and I need it now,” the former leader speaks into the telephone. … PBS is promoting a show for the 25th anniversary of the dance group Riverdance. Members of the original cast will be feature in ads promoting treatments for bunions. I like to call the attempt to obtain an inoculation for the COVID-19 virus a vaccine scavenger hunt. Actually, given the shortage of serum, it’s very similar to calling a radio station, trying to win tickets to a rock concert. “I’m sorry. You’re the fourth caller. Not a winner.”

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