Merrily we roll along

Russian Threat
News Headline:
“Obama says he’s more worried about the possibility of ‘nuclear bomb going off in Manhattan’ than Russian threat.”
This being what passes for a reassurance these days.

News Headline: “Launch of secret spy satellite delayed.”
The U.S. National Reconnaissance Office may want to revisit the concept of “secret.”

News Headline: “Five percent of people have checked Facebook during sex, says survey.”
Status: Out of a Relationship.

The Case for Zero Tolerance of Modern School Administrators:
A 9-year-old girl who, with her parents’ permission, shaved her head in support of a friend who had lost her hair to childhood cancer was suspended by Caprock Academy in Colorado because her shaved head was in violation of the school’s “detailed dress code policy.”

News Headline: “Montgomery County carjacking linked to airline disappearance in Asia.”
Nice try, headline writer.

News Headline: “Naked man tells police he’s making tree ‘his home’ after climbing 40 feet up.”
As reasonable response as any to the news of the day.

QT Grammar R Us Seminar on the English Language:
News Headline: “Resistance is futile: The AP will now accept ‘over’ as a synonym for ‘more than.’ ”
Sorry, Associated Press.
QT used to love you, but it’s all more than now.


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