Your Sunday Funnies as promised...

 Looks like this is gonna be here to stay. 
S'okay with me...
 

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Yup - this sale is still happening - must be going on through the weekend. 
 
With Christmas coming, ya really should give this a thought - it's THAT GOOD a deal. A tablet this good for only 80 BUCKS?
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These are really comfortable pants. No kidding.   

They're seriously comfortable. 
Here in Florida I can wear them year-round


At under 25 bucks each, a good deal, too. See for yourself:
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Take the pain out of gift shopping:
Right click on this banner and it will open in a new tab:

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There's nothing funny about your own personal safety.

This is a very popular item these days, and seeing as how these days are pretty fuckin' bizarre,  it makes sense, doesn't it? 
Readers here have told me that not only are they buying them for themselves,  they're buying them for their kids, their girlfriends and their wives. 
I think that's a great idea. Better safe than sorry is the best way to be these days...



There are a couple different strengths available here - find the one that's right for you:
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There's still a nation-wide coin shortage.  Seriously. There really is. I wouldn't kid you.

The problem is two-pronged: The U.S. Mint significantly reduced its production of coins after implementing safety measures to protect its employees from the coronavirus. Consumers are also depositing fewer coins at U.S. financial institutions, according to the Federal Reserve. 
Because of coronavirus fears, many people have switched to using credit cards and mobile payments to avoid handling money. Meanwhile, the shutdown also forced some businesses to close that would normally help keep coins moving. 
“With establishments like retail shops, bank branches, transit authorities, and laundromats closed, the typical places where coin enters our society have slowed or even stopped the normal circulation of coin,” Michael White, a spokesman for the U.S. Mint, said in a statement. 
On June 15, the Federal Reserve started capping the amount of coins it allots to banks and financial institutions. The measure is expected to be temporary and based on institutions’ historical orders.
 
This is what you need:



Bust open that coin jar you have 
and cash 'em in. 
Get yours here:
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