On today's Hard Factor News...
- Our intern Patricia wandered down to the MAGA March in Washington DC and we get her first hand account of the vibe as well as discuss some of the skirmishes that happened.
- We update you on the abysmal state of Covid in the United States, as well as how hard Thanksgiving is going to be cancelled, what stores are going back to limiting customers. We also talk about Elon's stance on Corona and discuss just how accurate these tests are proving to be among some well known takers.
- If you're hard of for cash and in the Tri state area, may we recommend you take a trip up to the Catskills to the town of Phoenicia, NY to find the alleged buried treasure of Dutch Schultz: The Beer Baron of the Bronx, who apparently buried $7 million dollars worth of loot back in 1933 which would be worth like $150 million today.
- A famous tree at the University of Wisconsin was cut down in the middle of the night, and the curator fears it may have been stolen for a large Christmas Tree display. In Santa Cruz a 4 foot tall Bigfoot statue was stolen from the Bigfoot Museum, but was left by the side of the road after a disturbed motorist called in a Bigfoot sighting.
- 41 year-old Curtis Bayless was just trying to do the Godly thing, by getting high on meth and robbing the house of a family who just moved to OKC at 9:30 AM on Thursday Morning. The terrified 16 year-old son threatened to beat Curtis with a baseball bat, while the mother screamed and pulled her family away to run across the street while the cops came.
- An incident of faking an injury in Saturdays Brazilian Championship C Series match between Ferroviário-CE and Jacuipense-BA. In this case, the goalkeeper of the Bahian team, Jordan got what he deserved for laying on the ground when he shouldn’t have been and it wasn’t in the form of a yellow card, it was in the form of thousands of red ants.
- Nancy Pelosi has called off a dinner for new Democratic members of Congress after a Twitter backlash from people who claimed the meal would flout Covid restrictions.
- A racing pigeon from Belgium has been sold for a record $1.9 million. The buyer, a rich Chinese guy going by the name "Super Duper" plans to breed the hen with "Armando" another prized racing pigeon in order to make the world's fastest pigeon.
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