Life goes on. . . .

News Headline: “Global terrorism increasing.”
News Headline: “Climate change raises risk of species extinction.”
News Headline: “NASA says four of 715 newly discovered planets found might support life.”
And maybe one of those can get it right.

News Headline: “Senate GOP blocks veterans benefits bill.”
And isn’t it time we stopped throwing money at these freeloaders?

News Headline: “Health tip: Drinking live pig’s blood may cause worms in your brain.”
Consider yourself warned.

Cully Johnston, a Chicago reader, regarding news that Apple has shown interest in the car business, leading QT to wonder about possible Microsoft cars, writes:
“Heaven forbid trying to get the windows to work.”
Stop it.
Stop it now.

News Headline: “Crocodiles can climb trees, study finds.”
News Headline: “Surfing crocodile closes Australian beach.”
We may want to keep a closer eye on stirrings in the crocodile community.

QT Grammar R Us Seminar on the English Language:
S.L., a Chicago reader, wants you to know that “dour” rhymes with “fewer.”
Which reminds QT that “scone” rhymes with “gone.”
And can we remind ourselves too often that “err” rhymes with “fur”?
QT will continue to inveigle here.
Which rhymes with “beagle.”

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