A Big Ten Network analysis of Iowa quarterback C.J. Beathard:
“He makes great judgments with his mind.”
Today’s scholar-athlete is nothing if not methodical.
News Headline: “Alabama demands voter ID–then closes driver’s license offices in
We can forgive Alabama for feeling a little nostalgic.
Police dogs were so much more effective.
News Headline: “ ‘The Walk’ will make you vomit and cry, in that order.”
.Or you can wait for the next Adam Sandler movie.
News Headline: “Donald Trump on shootings: ‘Horrible’ but these things happen.”
As for Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy:
Horrible but these things happen.
News Headline: “Kentucky clerk Kim Davis: Pope Francis told me to ‘stay strong.’ ”
News Headline: “Vatican: Pope Francis meeting with Kim Davis not an endorsement.”
It was another quick papal audience with “several dozen” well-wishers during a whirlwind pilgrimage, nothing else intended.
Even the infallible make mistakes.
QT Yellowstone Caldera (the eruptions of which can be violent enough to send a layer of ash six feet deep as far away as Chicago and which erupts every 600,000 or so years and last erupted 640,000 years ago) update
Yellowstone earthquake counts for the past four months, as of October 1, have gone from 83 to 60 to 44 to 112 as the region continues what scientists have called “a fascinating year of ups and downs.”
Sen. John Tester (D-Mont.) regarding drug use by adolescents:
“Now is the time to nip it in the butt.”
K.R., a Baltimore reader, says it is time to nip nipping in the butt in the bud.
And can it be past time for QT’s annual reminder that it isn’t “hoist by his own petard,” but “hoist with his own petard”?
WRITE TO QT: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hillary Clinton regarding the comments of Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), who let slip the cynical politics behind 18 months of Benghazi hearings:
“I have to tell you, I find them deeply distressing.”
Keeping in mind that no one is happier than a politician who is deeply distressed.