A man in Clifton Park, N.Y. , stopped to smoke marijuana in a parking area marked “Police Cars Only,” police said.
News Headline: “AP: Global supermarkets selling shrimp peeled by slaves.”
For those keeping track of the magic of the free marketplace.
News Headline: “Report says alcohol tax hike caused drop in sex disease rates.”
Post hoc ergo propter hoc.
News Headline: “Clinical psychologists diagnose Trump.
Enough with all the psychoanalysis from a distance.
Hasn’t the man suffered enough from his narcissistic personality disorder?
News Headline: “Man, armed with handgun, confronts homeowners, looking for his Christmas lights.”
Ho, Ho, Ho!
Beware the ides of National Stress-Free Family Holidays Month.
News Headline: “Three Moscow cemeteries to offer free Wi-Fi in 2016.”
The tweets of Twitter lead but to the grave.
News Headline: “Strippers suffering from low oil prices.”
In the oil business, strippers are the owners of old wells that don’t produce much.
But you were suddenly paying attention to energy policy, weren’t you.
News Headline: “How white supremacist groups benefit from Donald Trump’s rhetoric.”
News Headline: “U.S. neo-Nazi leader says Donald Trump ‘the real deal.’ ”
News Headline: “Dems aren’t laughing at Trump anymore.”
But the white supremacists and neo-Nazies are laughing with him.
+ Dave Carr, an Owen Sound, Ontario, reader, regarding QT’s reminder that isn’t “toll the ancient Yuletide carol,” but “troll the ancient Yuletide carol,” writes:
“What about ‘it came upon a midnight clear’?”
Now that you ask:
It didn’t come “upon a midnight clear.”
It came “upon the midnight clear.”
+ S.T., a Chicago reader, writes:
“. . . And isn’t it time for QT’s annual reminder that Christmas pudding should be stirred clockwise?”
And with a wooden spoon.
Ho, Ho, Ho!
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