News Item: “. . . pulled a gun and demanded cash from a stationary store worker on Columbus Avenue near . . . .”
You’d be stationary, too, if someone had a gun pointed.
And is it time for QT’s annual reminder that oral contracts are always verbal but verbal contracts aren’t always oral?
WRITE TO QT: firstname.lastname@example.org
News Headline: “Chris Christie vetoes anti-corruption law to limit Wall Street
Say this for Chris Christie:
Even with the indictments, he hasn’t lost sight of priorities.
News Item: “. . . rescued a shirtless man holding a hammer and hanging from a basketball hoop by his foot. . . .”
As reasonable a response as any to the news of the day.
News Headline: “Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina, Mike Huckabee: GOP field is about to get a lot larger.”
News Headline: “Rick Perry eyes June 1 date to announce presidential plans.”
Fair warning to avert ours.
News Headline: “Where can conservatives go on gay marriage?”
News Headline: “Retired generals say kids today are too fat to fight.”
But an idea presents itself:
How much would it cost to ship a billion Hostess Ding Dongs to the Middle East?
News Headline: “Roboticists unveil their latest creepily realistic humanoid–and it bears a striking resemblance to Sarah Palin.”
One disappointing difference:
The robot has an off switch.
Yellowstone earthquake counts for the past three months, as of May 1, have gone from
73 to 56 to 62.
The trend is apparent.