News Headline: “Comets form like deep-fried ice cream scoops.”
News Headline: “Dusty doughnut around massive black hole spied for the first time.”
News Headline: “Black holes belch fire after eating cosmic spaghetti, studies show.”
So the universe remains a vast, cold and indifferent place.
News Headline: “Trump on Orlando mass shooting: ‘I called it.’ ”
News Headline: “Trump on NYC bombing: ‘I called it.’ “
Donald Trump is amazing.
How could anyone know so much about the terrorists?
And shouldn’t such a person be in a windowless room being interrogated by Homeland Security?
News Item: “. . . It’s not about towing the line–it’s about doing what’s right. . . .”
K.R., a Baltimore reader, notes that what’s right is to toe the line, not tow the line.
And can it be time for QT’s quintennial reminder that “momentarily” doesn’t refer to an event that will happen in a moment, but to an event that will last for a moment?
WRITE TO QT: firstname.lastname@example.org
News Headline: “Donald Trump said 12 false things on Saturday.”
This sounds about right.
He usually slows down a little on weekends.
News Headline: “Stray bullet pierces window at Minneapolis school.”
News Headline: “Woman hit by stray bullet during drive-by shooting.”
News Headline: “Shooting injures 2, including 1-year-old child struck by stray bullet.”
News Headline: “Will terrorist attacks be the new normal?”
The new normal seems to be Second Amendment solutions flying in every direction.
News Headline: “Nazi time capsule discovered in Poland.”
Researchers found coins, photos, newspapers.
But about half the contents were deplorable.
There is no reason to be concerned that the sunspot count has fallen suddenly this week from 66 to 12.
Don’t give it another thought.
Just put it out of your mind.
News Headline: “Creepy clown sightings spread to more cities.”
News Headline: “Can creepy clowns be stopped?”
Not for a few more weeks
Trump surrogates are known for their persistence.
Early Thursday morning, September 15, on the 700 block of Winslow Drive in Yuba City, Calif.
News Headline: “Police seek arsonist who set himself on fire.”
News Headline: “Derailed train in Iowa hits bar called ‘DeRailed.’ “
News Headline: “Former Ethical Society of Police president indicted on fraud charges.”
The nation’s current irony outbreak, which had been moving northwest from Kentucky to Iowa, has now veered south to Missouri.
Gulf Coast residents should be on alert.