News Headline: “Graham: Ted Cruz is worse than Donald Trump.”
News Headline: “Paul: Trump ‘little bit’ worse than Cruz.”
News Headline: “Dole: Cruz worse for GOP than Trump.”
News Headline: “J.K. Rowling: Trump is worse than Voldemort.”
In related developments, Voldemort is gaining in Iowa and holding steady in
New Hampshire. . . .
Francis Bacon, who wrote, “Of all virtues and dignities of the mind, goodness is the greatest, being the character of the Deity; and without it, man is a busy, mischievous and wretched thing,” was born 455 years ago on the 22nd day of National Personal Trainer Awareness Month.
+ Republican consultant Katie Packer regarding Donald Trump’s supporters:
“A lot of these people don’t tend to be the most philosophical in the party.”
As many continue the search for a polite way to say it.
+ Republican consultant Rick Wilson regarding Donald Trump’s supporters:
“The fact of the matter is, most of them are childless single men who masturbate to anime.”
And some have just given up.
News Headline: “Stone Age massacre offers earliest evidence of human warfare.”
Keep in mind that civilization has progressed greatly since then.
We’ve developed satellite-guided weapon systems for any necessary massacres.
News Headline: “Obama travel expenses cost taxpayers $10 million a year!”
A reminder that it costs a lot to protect him from the kind of people who say he is a secret Kenyan Muslim.
Wednesday evening, January 20, along the 6000 block of Hidden Trail Drive in Dallas.
+ From a Food Network promotion:
“Bobby Flay challenges two NYC restauranteurs to a Sloppy Joe Throwdown (Episode BT0613H).”
Dave Carr, an Owen Sound, Ontario, reader, writes:
“You’d think the Food Network would know the word is ‘restaurateur,’ not ‘restauranteur.’ ”
+ From another Food Network promotion:
“Spinach ricotta gnocchi with tomatoe sauce, beet and arugula salad, chocolate ice with Frangelico and expresso cream (Episode CL9043).”
It seems, also, that the Food Network doesn’t know there is no “e” in “tomato” and no “x” in “espresso.”
And is time for QT’s biennial reminder that “crepe” doesn’t rhyme with “tape,” but with “prep”?
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News Headline: “2015 was the hottest year on record, scientists say.”
The “scientists” of climate change are trying to put one over on us again–this time with something exotic they call “arithmetic.”