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Russia has dropped the original pretense for its military building up before its invasion of the Ukraine this week. It originally tried to pass the soldiers off as the world’s largest biathlon team.

… …Speaking of the recently completed Olympics, I am proposing the new snowboard biathlon in which gun toting athletes combines jumps and twists with trying to pop clay pigeons while in the middle of their moves. … To bolster income from the little watched sports games, the International Olympic Committee will put various events into syndication. Curling will now appear weekly right after Gilligan’s Island on some stations. … At the next Olympics, color commentators will also be asked to explain why four spins is a quad in ice-skating and it’s a 1440 in various events such as snow boarding. … … I have some friends who have booked a Viking River cruise from Kiev down the Dnieper River in the Ukraine to the Black Sea in August. They grew quite suspicious of Russia’s intentions in that country when they received notice their travel advisor had been replaced by a V. Putin, The Kremlin, Moscow. … Ukrainian president  Volodymyr Zelenskyy is betraying his origins as a comic. When he saw the first images of the Russian invasion force, he commented, “Boy, is this a tough crowd. But, ladies and gentlemen, I’ll be here all week. On second thought, maybe I won’t. ….  British PM Boris Johnson has scrapped all remaining COVID mandates. However, he has not dropped plans for additional parties at 10 Downing Street. Meanwhile, opposition members of Parliament are demanding both that he resign and that he comb his hair.

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