News Headline: “Meth lab discovered inside U.S. government building.”
It wasn’t the U.S. Capitol.
But it would have been an explanation.
News Headline: “Ohio cops hunt 70 juveniles in late-night ‘mob and rob’ of Circle K store.”
It takes a village.
Tuesday, June 30, 8312 N. Interstate 35, Austin, Texas.
News Headline: “Ted Cruz outlines energy bill with fewer restrictions on fracking.”
News Headline: “Fracking industry billionaires give record $15 million to Ted Cruz’s
For those not familiar with the technology of fracking:
It is achieved by the high-pressure injection of money into politicians, causing fractures in integrity that allow the extraction of delays in safety regulation.
Don’t you love science?
News Headline: “Obama pushing for ‘largest gun grab in American history’: NRA.”
But it will probably have to wait until his invasion of Texas is complete.
B.R., a New York City reader, writes:
“I was watching a‘ ’60 Minutes’ segment about Neil deGrasse Tyson. Did I hear this astrophysicist misuse the word ‘phenomenon,’ of all words, as a plural?”
You are referring to this statement:
“In astrophysics, we care about how matter, motion and energy manifest in objects and phenomenon in the universe. . . .”
This is available on video.
So there is scientific evidence here.
WRITE TO QT: firstname.lastname@example.org
Early Saturday, July 25, on Honey Mesquite Lane in Flower Mound, Texas.
News Headline: “Dennis Rodman endorses Donald Trump for president.”
But that’s not the news.
The news is that Trump may have found a running mate.
As of the 22nd dog day of summer, there are no reports of a man biting a dog.
But a recent study found that a kisses from a dog involve a bacterial transfer that can improve your digestion and resistance to infections.
So go kiss a dog.
There are 18 dog days to go.