And now for your next helping. . . .

News Headline: “15 Chris Christie controversies you missed.”
Name a more fitting scandal for us to gorge ourselves on.

News Headline: “Ten Commandments monument installed at Oklahoma state capitol.”
News Headline: “Hindus and Satanists demanding equal placement on Oklahoma capitol grounds.”
News Headline: “Will Oklahoma statehouse get 7-foot goat-headed statue of Satan?”
Yes, it will.
If there is a God in heaven.

News Headline:  “Mass shootings are on the rise across U.S.”
News Headline:  “Cops search for gunman near Rochester-area school.”
Eight days until National Gun Appreciation Day. . . .

News Headline: “Republicans are being taught how to look compassionate while denying benefits to the unemployed.”
A good plan.
Or wait. You’re not one of those people who have something against brazen, shameless hypocrisy, are you?

Rush Limbaugh regarding extensions of unemployment insurance:
“Let’s change the term. Let’s get rid of  ‘unemployment insurance’ and let’s call it ‘paying people not to work.’ ”
As good a time as any to change terms.
Let’s get rid of “radio commentator Rush Limbaugh” and call him. . . call him. . . .
Any suggestions out there?

News Headline: “Man crashes into gas station, steals banana.”
News Headline: “Man accused of attacking girlfriend with banana.”
Fair warning.
These things happen in threes.

News Headline: “Astronomers anticipate 100 billion Earth-like planets.”
And we get the one with Donald Trump.

QT Grammar R Us Seminar on the English Language:
Beverly Feldt, a Homewood, Ill., reader, regarding QT’s mention that a hamlet is a village without a church, says we should think of a hamlet as a melancholy demesne.
Stop it.
Stop it now.
Or QT could mention that a sure remedy for melancholy is its new e-book novel 60606, which has been called both suspenseful and hilarious and can be purchased in pre-release AT THIS HANDY LOCATION, set your own price.
But QT won’t.

QT’s NEW E-BOOK NOVEL  60606 IS AVAILABLE HERE

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