109 employees at Winter Park ski resort in Colorado tested positive for COVID-19, but so far nobody’s died with their boots on.

30 parrots were removed from the Philadelphia home of a man found dead in the back of a U-Haul. All 30 asked for a cracker, and a lawyer.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced they’re expecting a baby. The parents of two-year-old Archie haven’t disclosed if it’s a Betty or a Jughead.

Coca-Cola will trial selling drinks in paper bottles this summer. They decided on paper because the ones made of tooth enamel dissolved too quickly.

The daughter of the Lombardi Trophy silversmith wants an apology from Tom Brady for tossing it between boats in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl victory parade. No one has the heart to tell her about Rob Gronkowski trying to have sex with it.

Students learning at home are more stressed than their peers learning in classrooms, since many of them are too dumb to realize how remote learning makes it so much easier to cheat.

The Daytona 500 was delayed for six hours by rain and ended shortly after midnight. Many of the announced crowd of 30,000 stuck around anyway, once they realized watching rain fall was every bit as exciting as a NASCAR race.

NASA’s Mars rover Perseverance is scheduled to land on Wednesday. NASA’s other Mars rover, Frustration, turned around and came back to Florida three weeks ago.

Katy Perry and Lionel Richie voted to send Claudia Conway – daughter of Trump adviser Kellyanne – to Hollywood on American Idol. Judge Luke Bryan dissented, saying a teen girl hating her parents should have a sad country song about it by now.

Drinking three cups of coffee a day may reduce the risk of prostate cancer – especially if it’s Dunkin coffee, since it destroys the prostate altogether.

Joe Biden issued an Executive Order directing the U.S. Postal Service to use electric vehicles. “Electric vehicles” meaning mail trucks, and robots trained to deliver mail slowly to the wrong house.

Anti-violence groups in Philadelphia held a gun buyback event, where each gun could be exchanged for $100 in grocery store gift cards. In other news, police are seeking an armed robber who stole 100 guns and $10,000 in grocery store gift cards.

United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres urged the forming of a global alliance to end white supremacy & neo-Nazism. The effort would be led by Dr. Henry Walton “Indiana” Jones, Jr.

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell was permanently suspended from Twitter for spreading lies about the presidential election. He took to Parler and Gab to say he won’t end the pillow fight.

A court in India ruled that groping over clothing without skin-on-skin contact is not sexual assault. The ruling was followed by a groundbreaking ceremony for a new Trump hotel and golf complex in India.

Pizza Hut announced the nationwide rollout of a new Detroit-style pizza. They say it’s thick like a Chicago-style pizza, only rectangular, and you don’t have to shoot the driver delivering it.

A judge ordered the surveillance sex video of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft at Orchids of Asia spa be destroyed. The workers can still keep their Super Bowl rings.

Canadian legislators voted unanimously to designate the Proud Boys a white supremacist terrorist group. Or, as they’re known in Canada, the Prood Buys.

Kellyanne Conway is accused of posting a topless image of her 16-year-old daughter on Twitter. “And you suspend ME?” said the My Pillow guy.

Cops in Arizona are looking for prison escapees who used a large air conditioning unit as a battering ram to access a closet for tools used in their escape. Remaining inmates are waiting to beat the sh*t out of them for breaking the air conditioner.

As she left the altar, a female parishioner at a Philadelphia Catholic mass was punched in the face by another woman. The victim received the body of Christ, and the knuckles of Christine.

Kellyanne Conway’s daughter, Claudia, said on social media that she’s “pushing for emancipation”. To prove he’s the greatest president since Lincoln, Donald Trump will deliver her Emancipation Proclamation at Yo-Semite National Park.

Nancy Pelosi called the House of Representatives into a special weekend session to pass a $25 billion funding bill for the U.S. Postal Service. It’s the most money a woman has spent on a Saturday since the pandemic started.

The University of Mississippi’s student newspaper, The Daily Mississippian, printed a headline about the school reopening: ‘Are We Ready? Hell No.’ The paper gained national attention for its bold stance, and because they spelled Mississippian correctly.

In suburban Houston, a wedding guest shot the groom in the chest after the ceremony. The newlyweds said they wished they’d given out wine glasses instead of loaded handguns as wedding party favors.

An Arkansas farmer who confessed to killing a 26-year-old woman was the recipient of the county’s Family Of The Year award in 2016. In accordance with contest rules, the award now goes to the farm family that didn’t kill anybody.

The FDA is investigating a nine-state salmonella outbreak linked to peaches. Details are fuzzy.

A 4-year-old scored a hole-in-one at a golf course in West Virginia, then celebrated it with two more beers than he usually has after playing.

A $10 avocado slicer has 3,417 5-star reviews on Amazon – and a blistering 1-star review from someone with three fingers on their left hand.

Doctors in India removed a 110-pound ovarian tumor from a 233-pound woman. The woman and her tumor are both now happy to be a Size 4.

Ellen Degeneres’ wife, Portia de Rossi, posted on social media “I Stand With Ellen”. And, in a follow-up, “I Stand Next To Ellen’s Piles Of Money”.

T-Mobile officially retired the Sprint brand on Monday. Customers are still accidentally saying “goddamned Sprint dropped my call again”.

COVID-19 testing centers are closed all along the east coast due to extreme weather. It gets worse, Isaias tested positive.

Glamour magazine released its list of The Biggest Haircut Trends for Autumn 2020. Topping the list? ‘Actually getting one’.

Scientists analyzing a fossilized dinosaur bone found that it was cancerous. The bone was discovered next to a pile of fossilized cigarette butts.

Kellyanne Conway’s 15-year-old daughter Claudia Conway called Donald Trump a “f***ing idiot” for suggesting children return to classrooms – and, in doing so, vaulted herself to the top of the list of potential Joe Biden running mates.

After losing his penis to an infection, a doctor constructed a new one on a man’s arm. Surgery will eventually move it between his legs, but until then his biggest issues are sex, urination, and proper-fitting long-sleeved shirts.

UFC founder Dana White said The Rock should ‘move fast’ on a reboot after acquiring the now-defunct XFL.  White added the first step should be combing the South Seas for a new XFL Island.

Someone put ‘Trump 2020’ stickers on the tracking collars of black bears in the Asheville, NC region. The stickers were removed and replaced with Blacks For Trump stickers.

Economists say the pandemic has created the first ‘female recession’ because of disproportionate impacts to jobs in child care and teaching. Women are reacting to COVID-19’s impact by not speaking to it.



Three teens died in Brooklyn after their cars collided in a vacant lot while doing donuts. About a dozen disappointed cops arrived at the scene after hearing ‘donuts’.

A woman in Japan was found to have a black worm living in her tonsils after she ate contaminated sashimi. The woman recovered and the worm was returned to the 60 -degree refrigerated case at 7-Eleven.

Claudia Conway – daughter of Kellyanne & George Conway – said she’s being kicked off of social media as punishment by her parents. Since she’s 15 years old, thin and blond, she’s being grounded in the West Wing.

Reigning WNBA MVP Elena Delle Donne said her request to opt out of the upcoming season due to past Lyme disease has been denied. The league said if she wants she can wear ‘Don’t Get Lyme Disease’ on her jersey.

School districts in Los Angeles and San Diego will conduct classes online-only in the fall. Teachers having inappropriate relationships with students will be limited to cybersex.

A Colorado squirrel tested positive for bubonic plague. The squirrel agreed to self-isolate for 14 days at one of your bird feeders.

Tucker Carlson’s head writer, Blake Neff, resigned after admitting to making racist and sexist posts in an online forum. Neff apologized, saying he mistakenly posted the material online when it was intended to go on Carlson’s teleprompter.

For the first time in months, New York City reported zero COVID-19 deaths – but several people died after New Yorkers fired guns into the air to celebrate the good news.

White Castle restaurants introduced Flippy, a robot that can flip burgers and fry food. “Stop calling me Flippy” said the 46-year-old divorced recovering addict working at White Castle.

Scientists studying voles – small rodents living in China – found their feel-good dopamine levels increase when they eat their own poop. They believe it’s because it’s better than whatever their partner made for dinner.

McDonald’s announced it’s returning some items to the menu that had been cut for efficiency during the pandemic. Returning items include fully-cooked Quarter Pounders.

A part owner of the Golden State Warriors said his favorite interview question is asking a candidate to “think about something you love and teach it to me”.  He said it demonstrates creativity, and that it’s enabled him to learn a bunch of new sex positions.

Facebook removed some Trump ads for displaying an inverted red triangle – a symbol of organized hate. Then Facebook execs returned to counting the money they earn from disorganized hate.

Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop website is now selling a candle ‘This Smells Like My Orgasm” for $75. Expensive, but her past husbands and boyfriends have spent a lot more to smell it.

Blood type may play a role in which COVID-19 patients get sickest. So far, the worst blood types to have are ‘New Jersey’ and ‘Florida’.

A new study lists seven health benefits of walking – or, eight, if you count walking alone without your family.

Tesla released a software upgrade for its electric cars, including the ability to record self-facing video from the dashcam, so drivers can see what they look like when they’re getting carjacked.

JCPenney kicked off Going Out Of Business sales at 136 of its store locations, and Probably Going Out Of Business sales at the rest.

Fox News viewers took note of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway’s smoother facial features, leading to speculation that she’s enhanced her appearance with fillers, a facelift, or a third mortgage of her soul with the Devil.

Honey Boo Boo’s mother, Mama June Shannon, admitted that she was addicted to drugs, with a $2,500-a-day meth habit. Her friends offered to get her into rehab, but first they offered to find her much better prices for meth.


SunTrust and BB&T banks are merging and changing names to Truist. Asked to use it in a sentence, the CEO said “the Truist way to profitability is bounced check fees.”

A government watchdog group has recommended that White House Advisor Kellyanne Conway be removed. The group is the Department of Hair, Makeup & Wardrobe.

  • They asked that Trump go too, but can’t do anything to a sitting President.

The Toronto Raptors won the NBA title, defeating the Golden State Warriors in six games. Prime Minister Trudeau’s staff is busily scheduling the team’s visit to 24 Sussex for a champion’s heat lamp buffet of McPoutine’s and Back Bacon King.

The New York Times shared a preliminary design of the Harriet Tubman $20 bill. It was reworked following a first draft showing Thomas Jefferson next to Tubman asking her out for drinks.

Scientists at Florida State University’s ‘MagLab’ – for the study of magnetic fields – have made the world’s strongest magnet. They’ve already received inquiries from Floridians interested in sticking an alligator to their refrigerator.

President Trump announced the departure of Press Secretary Sarah Sanders at a White House event promoting second chance programs for convicted felons. This way, their applications will be on top of the pile.

Nintendo is considering a move of its manufacturing operations out of China – to avoid U.S. import tariffs, and based on intelligence that Mario may be sharing intel secrets.

Bentley introduced a new sedan with a top speed of 207 miles per hour. Still, the 2020 Bentley Flying Spur is no match for the 1940 Oak Tree.

Google is ending integration of Google Photos and Google Drive. They say users find it ‘confusing’, adding that the move will make it much easier for Google to dis-integrate your content.

The first Democratic presidential candidate debates will air over two nights, June 26 & 27, on NBC Networks. Viewers are being tricked into watching by ads calling the debates ‘This Is 20 Of Us’.

White House advisor Kellyanne Conway appeared on CBS’ ‘Face the Nation’ and said that the press is not the enemy of the people, adding that, in her case, mirrors are.

Taylor Hamlin, 18, was stripped of her crown as Maine Sea Goddess at the Maine Lobster Festival, after photos were found of her smoking what appears to be a marijuana cigarette and a Juul vaping device. She has been asked to surrender her crown, bib, claw-cracker, and chalice of lemon butter.

According to CDC data, the number of Americans sickened by eating McDonald’s salads has grown to 395 – or about one one-millionth of the number of people sickened by the idea of eating McDonald’s salads.

MoviePass will now limit members to seeing just three movies a month for $9.95.  However, the company is reportedly considering a plan to allow pass holders to add one movie each month for every $10 bucket of stale popcorn they buy.

Jingjing Hu, a music student at DePaul University, was booted off of an American Airlines flight from Miami to Chicago along with her cello, for which she’d purchased a ticket to occupy the seat next to her. American said there was a miscommunication about its policy; adding that the cello refused to assist passengers in an emergency since it was in an exit row.

In Camden, New Jersey, three formal postal workers were sentenced for their roles in a scheme to cash $100,000 in stolen postal money orders. The scheme ran aground when the men had trouble finding anyone under age 70 who knew what a postal money order is.

Verizon announced it’s bringing 5G Wireless technology to Houston, Texas. 5G, hailed as the “next generation” of internet speed, means Houston-area creeps will get an answer to ‘U Up?’ texts in just fractions of a second.

Online information service PrepScholar compiled College Board data to identify the states with the highest and lowest SAT scores. The highest overall scores were from students in Minnesota; the lowest overall scores were from the District of Columbia, where the test is known as the STA.

A recall was issued for Vanilla Almond Breeze almond milk because it may contain traces of real milk — the makers said they’ll improve screening to stop using pregnant almonds.

Emma Watkins and Lachlan Gillespie, a married couple who are both in children’s music group The Wiggles, have announced they’re getting a divorce. The announcement confirms rumors from five-year-old fans who noticed the group’s music getting much darker with the release of their new single “Cheating Isn’t Nice.”


Toy executive Isaac Larian donated $200 million to a GoFundMe that seeks to raise $1 Billion to rescue Toys R Us. Larian expects that the remaining $800 million can be raised from angry toddlers stealing credit card information.

Starbucks introduced the Crystal Ball Frappuccino – so named because you order it, and try to predict which name that isn’t yours will be written on the cup.

Deceased Austin serial bomber Mark Anthony Conditt left behind a 25-minute confession video on his cellphone. At the time of his death, it was 20% uploaded to YouTube and is still buffering.

Macaulay Culkin appeared on the “Anna Faris Is Unqualified” podcast and discussed, among other things, losing his virginity. When Michael Jackson’s name didn’t come up, everyone shut it off.

San Francisco became the first major U.S. city to ban the sale of animal fur, effective January 1st, 2019.  Airbnb has been inundated with requests for cabin rentals in Tahoe to chinchillas looking to lay low for the rest of the year.

A new club in Midtown Manhattan, ‘Nap York’, offers space for a 30-minute nap for $10. Or, for those napping with a friend, it’s $250.

Just a week after the store he founded announced it’s going out of business, Toys R Us founder Charles Lazarus died at age 94, and is also out of business.

White House Advisor Kellyanne Conway, speaking at a White House conference on millennials, said regarding lethal opioid fentanyl: “eat the ice cream, have the french fry. Don’t buy the street drug. Believe me, it all works out.” Conway then cued up ‘Turkey In The Straw’ before piloting her government-funded ice cream truck to a methadone clinic.

Disney’s stage adaptation of Frozen opened on Broadway, to slushy reviews.

President Trump is threatening to veto the House-approved spending bill over lack of a DACA fix and border wall funding. Both are needed to give raises and job security to entice the illegal immigrant stonemasons from their jobs on Trump Resorts to laying bricks on the Mexico border.

Six people were arrested in Japan for attempting to avoid paying customs taxes by smuggling gold bars in to the country in an airplane toilet. They were arrested as customs officials heard them arguing over who was going to rinse the gold off.

Researchers have discovered the fossil of a 100 million-year-old spider with fangs and a scorpion’s tail. They’re unclear whether it spun webs, or just scared some other spider into doing the work.

A North Carolina father and his biological daughter have been charged with incest after they married and gave birth to a baby boy. The couple face up to 10 years in prison; the baby faces a lifetime of confusion deciding whether to call his mother “Sis” or his father “Grandpa”.

A married Florida couple were charged with child neglect for watching the Super Bowl in a bar while they left their 2-year-old outside in a parked truck — or, as it’s known in Florida, a mobile day care center.

Aaron Traywick, a biohacker attending the BDYHAX convention in Austin, Texas, injected himself with a DIY herpes treatment while on Facebook Live. Traywick claims to have invented a cure for herpes. He won’t say if his vaccine will be available for sale, but as of now, every woman he’s tried to have sex with isn’t buying it.

Apple said that it’s investigating a possible glitch preventing some iPhone X users from answering calls. “Answering what?” said large numbers of iPhone X owners.

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed the first state-level net neutrality regulation, saying Internet service providers that do business with the state cannot disrupt New Jerseyans Internet traffic – comprised of tomato sauce recipes, beach traffic reports and GED coursework.

PepsiCo CEO Indira Nooyi said that the company is working on snacks ‘for women’. Nooyi cites company research saying that residue on fingers and the loud crunching noise are two things women dislike in snack chips, and also sex.

Researchers at Yokohama University say that a chemical contained in McDonald’s fries holds the cure for baldness. Opinions are split on the research – with Donald Trump supporting it, while those saying it doesn’t work include Grimace.

White House Advisor Kellyanne Conway has assembled her ‘Opioid Cabinet’ – so named because most everyone on it wants to know how they can overdose and get off of it.

New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski’s house was robbed while he was in Minneapolis for the Super Bowl. Quarterback Tom Brady offered his help, but Foxborough detectives said their job is catching thieves, not dropping them.