News Headline: ” ‘Rolling Papers’: A trip through Colorado’s pot experience.”
News Headline: “Colorado ranks second-highest for a good night’s sleep.”
K.W., a Denver reader, says these two stories seemed to go together, for some reason.
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News Headline: “Glenn Beck: ‘Join me’ in fasting for Cruz and country.”
To the supporters of Ted Cruz:
You should stop eating until you hear from us again.
We’ll get back to you.
The top five Republican presidential candidates in the final NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist South Carolina poll:
Donald Trump 28 percent
Ted Cruz 23 percent
Marco Rubio 15 percent
Jeb Bush 13 percent
John Kasich 9 percent
A historic achievement may be about to take place.
If the poll holds up, South Carolina Republicans will manage to vote for the candidates in exactly inverse order to their merit.
QT has done some research.
This would be more than a upside-down perfecta.
More than a upside-down trifecta.
More than a upside-down superfecta.
This would be be an upside-down jackpot super hi-five.
We take our perfection where we can find it.
The Civil Air Patrol has set up a mission base at the Bonne Terre Airport in Missouri to be closer to the New Madrid Fault.
A spokesman said it was “because of the whole earthquake issue we are preparing for all the time.”
Not that anyone should be concerned in any way.
News Headline: “Amazon’s ‘The New Yorker Presents,’ and the future of magazines as television.”
. . . not to mention the future of reading as staring vacantly.
Gary Duffala, a Rio Rancho, N.M., reader, regarding QT’s mention that zero is a number, writes:
“Zero is not a number. It’s a place holder. If zero were a number, then 0/0 would equal 1. No?”
QT has consulted with the faculty of the Northwestern University Department of Mathematics:
+ “Zero is a number. However, division is defined only when you divide by a non-zero number, hence 0/0 is not defined.”
+ “I don’t know of any mathematician claiming that zero is not a number, but in the end it depends on how you define ‘number.’ ”
QT consulted for a simple reason.
It knows squat about higher mathematics.
Squat being a number, also
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The Idaho Senate Education Committee has given preliminary approval to a bill permitting public schools to use the Bible as a reference text in science classes.
News Headline: “Supreme Court flags fly at half-mast in honor of Justice Scalia.”
News Headline: “Antonin Scalia to lie in state.”
Justice Antonin Scalia admired the precise use of words.
Flags on ships and boats fly at half-mast.
Flags on land fly at half-staff.
A body lies in state only in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda.
Otherwise the body lies in repose.
And is it time for another QT reminder that possession isn’t “nine-tenths of the law,”
but “nine points of the law”?
And that that oral contracts are always verbal, but verbal contracts aren’t always oral?
It seems exactly time.
1:30 p.m. Sunday, February 14, on the 3100 block of West 25th Street in Cleveland.
News Headline: “Trump questions Cruz’s faith.”
News Headline: “Trump to Pope Francis: ‘Disgraceful’ for you to question my faith.”
Who does the pope think he is, Donald Trump?