News Headline: “Iraqi grandmother ‘decapitated ISIS fighters and cooked their heads’ to avenge her family’s death.”
. . . as our planet spins brightly into the 21st century.
2:45 p.m. Tuesday, September 27, at 550 Manor Rd. in New York City.
Gary Duffala, a Rio Rancho, N.M., reader, regarding QT’s observation that the study of a mass grave of 17th-century London plague victims will be a massive undertaking, writes:
“I guess they have a few bones to pick.”
Stop it now.
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News Headline: “Trump decides he will not stop calling Miss Universe fat.”
News Headline: “Trump slams beauty queen in 3 a.m. rage tweets.”
News Headline: “Explaining the U.S. presidential election to China: It’s not really like ‘House of Cards.’ “
No. It’s worse.
National Young Readers Week begins November 7.
That leaves you 39 days to find one.
News Item: “. . . .The medical examiner’s office determined the cause of death was suicide during an autopsy. . . .”
Gene Christianson, an Overland Park, Kan., reader, writes:
“It’s the first time I’ve heard of someone committing suicide during an autopsy, but this is proof it can and does happen.”
In other news, British scientists are analyzing the remains of 17th-century plague victims found in a London mass grave.
The study will be a massive undertaking.
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8:30 p.m. Monday, September 26, along the western side of Pittwater Road in Dee Why, Australia.
News Headline: “Donald Trump said 8 false things the day after the debate.”
News Headline: “Donald Trump said 16 false things on Wednesday.”
Easy to see who has the stamina in this race.
News Headline: “Millennial apathy and a possible President Trump.”
One hesitates to think of the world they are passing on to their parents and grandparents.
News Headline: “Minnesota woman waits for mouse to leave her car on side of highway.”
And why she would allow a mouse to take her car and leave it on the side of a highway, we may never know.