Monthly Archives: April 2016

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QT Large Hadron Collider, which, in theory, could cause a black hole or quantum vacuum collapse or an assembling of quarks into a ‘hungry strangelet,’ any of which would make us all suddenly disappear, update

Hadron Collider
News Headline: “Weasel chews through power cable, puts LHC experiments on hold.”
But we won’t let a stupid weasel stop us. . . .

The case for zero tolerance of modern school administrators

Enterprise High School in Enterprise, Ala., has named 31 valedictorians.

QT trickle-on economics update

Jeff Bezos
News Headline: “Is income inequality that bad?”
News Headline: “Jeff Bezos just made $6 billion in 20 minutes.”
Asked and answered.

This just in. . . .

Our Galaxy
News Headline: “20 billion Earth-like planets may exist in our galaxy.”
And we get the one with Cruz-Fiorina.

From the QT police blotter

NY Gang Busts
News Headline: “Department of Justice to award $1.75 million to help justice-involved youth find housing and jobs.”
In other news, New York City police announced the justice-involvements of 120 in the largest gang takedown in city history. . . .

Modern education + the criminal mind =

A robbery suspect fleeing in Washington D.C. attempted to escape arrest by jumping over a White House fence, police said.

In other news. . . .

Bill Cosby
News Headline: “Bill Cosby loses appeal.”
Has he ever.

The Making of the President 2016nado!

Donald Trump
News Headline: “Trump delivers a foreign policy speech–with a teleprompter!”
And still managed to blither.
The man is a pro.

Greetings and facilitations

School Shooting
News Headline: “One taken into custody after school shooting threat.”
News Headline: “Police lock down high school, search for suspected gunman.”
News Headline: “High schools review security after prom shooting.”
Happy Graduation from the National Rifle Association!

QT Summer Travel Advisory

Des Moines
Forty-three days remain until the World Pork Expo in Des Moines, Ia.
More than 20,000 visitors are expected at the “world’s largest pork-specific event.”