BOB Ross has yet to become a mugging victim of the Mandela Effect so far as my knowledge goes. Why the hold up? With all those happy accidents, you’d think he would be the perfect candidate for a mistake in the Matrix or two. Well, today is the big day when I pop the question and ask you, what is wrong with Richard Simmons? Aside from that one time when he tried to put a ring on Barbra Streisand, and she said, “No.” By the way, Barbra will always be Barbara Streisand to me. You have to add an extra ‘a’ to the name. Barbra without the padded ‘a’ is just wrong. Why Barbara Streisand fans haven’t caught on to the happy accident quite yet probably has something to do with statistics. Chalk it up to our Mothers not being fans of the Mandela Effect.
The question still stands. What is wrong with Richard Simmons? Aside from the fact that he’s apparently a fan of our fighting boys in uniform. That would be a reference to those short shorts of his, color coordinated to match the United States Military Academy West Point shirt. What is happening here is we’re paying attention to the little details. Also, I’m giving you time to realize that Richard Simmons is the one not in uniform. He’s naked of his headband. Where it went, nobody knows. Another parallel universe is my best guess. I hate it when that happens. I’m guessing Richard Simmons still feels great all the same. Look at how he glistens. Simmons of course would be the first to say, “No one is perfect,” though if we’re being honest, the missing headband is a vast improvement. I’ll once again speak for myself, but that’s some voluptuous hair right there. Why murder it with a headband? Thank you, Mandela Effect, for making our current reality a simply fabulous one.
I have plenty more to say on the Richard Simmons headband issue but you’ll have to read it either in ‘The Lion & the Lamb’ PDF or in the book of the same name. I’m dropping you a couple of links, one of which is to the store. A $5 TUC pass grants you access to my entire Archives of documents. Enjoy.
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