Bag of Randomness for Wednesday, May 6, 2020


I’ve been really busy as of late, so if you’ve contacted me and I haven’t gotten back to you, I’m sorry. I’m usually pretty prompt at replying to either emails or texts.


The actor who plays Lenny Bruce in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel makes him appear cooler than James Dean.


I caught a little bit of the Natalie Wood documentary on HBO last night. There’s an old interview of her speaking about her fear of “dark water, seawater, river water” which just seems eerie.


I recently learned the following about Prescott Bush, the father, and grandfather of two presidents from this article:

  • He required his sons to wear a jacket and tie for dinner at home.
  • He had his grandchildren call him Senator
  • He was Ike’s golf partner in Washington.


A man in Oklahoma, not Florida, to my surprise, thought it would be a good idea to take off in his paraglider near powerlines.


Georgia Drops Driving Test Requirement for License Due to Pandemic

Under¬†a new executive order¬†given by¬†Georgia¬†Governor Brian Kemp, teenagers within the Peach State will¬†no longer need to pass a formal driving test¬†in order to secure a driver’s license. Instead they’ll just have to get the ‘A-okay’ from their parents.


Mike Tyson is talking about making a soft comeback.


Donald Trump once tried to recruit Don Shula but the coach wasn’t interested.


Senator Sinema Wears $12.99 Pink Wig On Senate Floor To ‘Set Example Of Social Distancing From Hair Salons’



If you are offended by PG-13 humor with inuendos, then don’t watch this video, but I’m told from a reliable source that it’s pretty popular around the elementary teacher social media circuit and they adore the lady’s laugh.

https://youtu.be/amLnpe3F__8

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One Response to Bag of Randomness for Wednesday, May 6, 2020

  1. Bizarro Big Tex says:

    Do you need a Barber License, a Cosmetology License, or a Wild Game License to trim hair on a beaver in Texas? I don’t want to break the law.

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