Monthly Archives: November 2016

You are browsing the site archives by month.

Springtime for. . . .

ach-ja

News Headline: “Energized by Trump’s win, white nationalists gather to ‘change
the world.’ ”
News Headline: “Steve Bannon vows ‘economic nationalist movement’ from
White House–as exciting as the 1930s. . . .’ ”

Die 1930er Jahre?
Ach ja. . . .

The shining locker-room upon a hill

trump-u
News Headline: “Glenn Beck: We can’t let Donald Trump ‘bring out the worst in us.’ ”
Note to Glenn Beck:
He already did.

QT Early Warning System

stress-free
Twelve days remain until National Stress-Free Family Holidays Month.

This just in. . . .

oxford-dictinary

News Headline: “Trump effect: Oxford christens ‘post-truth’ the international
word of the year.”

Typically false. How dishonest they are. Very unfair! Sad.
The dictionaries have been rigged all along.

We’ll always have Paris

parils-hilton
News Headline: “Paris Hilton reveals why she voted for Donald Trump.”
Has it been 3,437 days since Paris Hilton announced she was leaving public life?
Not that anyone is counting.

And remember how many thousands learned a lesson at Trump University

poorly-educated
News Headline: “What will President Trump mean for America’s schools?”
We’ll just have to take him at his word:
“I love the poorly educated.”

Modern education + the criminal mind =

Two gang members arrested in Australia used pig Latin as a code during phone conversations to defeat police surveillance, police said.

The Making of the President 2016nado!

SIRIUS XM HOLDINGS INC.
News Headline: “How Steve Bannon flattered and coaxed Trump on policies key to
the alt-right.”

Pay no attention to that white supremacist behind the curtain.

QT Grammar R Us Seminar on the English Language

grammar

News Item:  “. . . the amount of jobs created via small business can’t be understated. . . .”
News Item:  “. . . Trump’s instinct to challenge the status quo in his own party can’t be understated. . . .”
News Item:  “. . . the importance of breakfast can’t be understated. . . .”   
So much for small business, Trump’s instinct and the importance of breakfast.
And is it past time for QT’s annual reminder that a “general consensus of opinion” is a general general opinion of opinion?
Evidently.

Breaking news. . . .

plastic-fork

News Headline: “Woman with plastic fork chased sword-wielding robber.”
As we all know:
The only way to stop a bad guy with a sword is with a good woman with a plastic fork.
Ask the National Plastic Fork Association.