News Headline: “Donald Trump has a ‘foolproof’ plan to defeat ISIS–but he won’t share it.”
QT has obtained the plan.
Convince ISIS it could make use of Trump’s business acumen.
Then wait for the bankruptcy.
News Headline: “ASU football player pleads guilty to misdemeanor.”
Only a misdemeanor?
Maybe with some NFL experience. . . .
JPMorgan Chase, which nearly doubled the pay package of its CEO last year to
$20 million, is expected to lay off more than 5,000 workers this year to reduce costs.
News Item: “. . . a unique approach to preventing racism among its students. . . students at Fieldston Lower School on Manhattan’s Upper West Side have been divided into ‘affinity groups’ based on the color of their skin. . . .”
Science tells us that if the human race survives long enough, it will likely become a
And the members of it will look back at racial affinity groups and smile to themselves.
And shake their golden heads.
News Item: “. . . has reached crisis proportions. . . .”
News Item: “. . . has reached epidemic proportions. . . .”
News Item: “. . . a crisis of epidemic proportions. . . .”
News Item: “. . . an epidemic of crisis proportions. . . .”
It may take a while to sort this out.
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News Headline: “Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign has more support than Graham, Jindal, Fiorina and Kasich combined.”
Do not attempt to visualize Lindsey Graham, Bobby Jindal, Carly Fiorina and John Kasich combined.
Mustang High School in Mustang, Okla., has named 64 valedictorians.
And six salutatorians.
We can stop now.
The commencements have commenced.
Happy graduation, valedictorians!
And to the scattering of high school seniors who aren’t!