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QT live and loon update

Trump Eagle
N.S., a Chicago reader, regarding a news story that referred to Donald Trump as
“the Black Swan candidate” when, QT noted, he is actually more of a cluck who crows
and ducks, writes:
“Wren will this blowhard’s raven stop?”
Stop it.
Stop it now.
Although your words do have a certain wing of truth. . . .

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This just in. . . .

Evacuation
News Headline: “Accordion causes school evacuation.”
As reasonable a response to an accordion as any.

QT 2016 vote count countdown update

GOP Debate
Marco Rubio to Ted Cruz at the Iowa Republican debate:
“The truth is, Ted, throughout this campaign, you’ve been willing to say or do anything
to get votes. . . .”
Politicians, as a rule, come closest to the truth when describing each other’s lying.

QT digest of statements from Donald Trump at the Iowa Republican debate (for your convenience)

Iowa Debate
“. . .”
As Donald Trump achieves his personal best.

So we live and loon

Trump Eagle
News Headline: “Donald Trump: The Black Swan candidate.”
No.
More of a cluck who crows and ducks.

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QT Latest Carjacker Who Didn’t Know How to Work a Stick Shift Worldwide Pinpoint Locator

Carjacker
Shortly after 5:30 p.m. Monday, January 25, at 1015 N. 500 E in North Salt Lake City, Utah.

From Poor QT’s Almanack

Henry VII
Today’s Birthdays: Henry VII, 559; Super Bowl XXIV, 26.

In other news. . . .

Doomsday Clock
News Headline: “More Americans getting their news on Facebook, Twitter.”
News Headline: “Doomsday clock stays at three minutes to midnight.”
Sounds about right.

Rules of the game

Designated Hitter
News Headline: “Is designated hitter coming to National League?”
To review:
The American League uses designated hitters.
The National League plays baseball.
And can it be only 26 days until spring training?

We have seen the present, and it does not work

Revolving Doors
A university in  Scotland has issued an occupational health and safety advisory warning that revolving doors are “heavy” and should not be pushed hard or “they will continue revolving.”