News Headline: “Poll: Joe Biden is the early 2020 frontrunner.”
And 1,421 days to go. . . .
Beware the ides of National Stress-Free Holidays Month.
News Headline (2015): “ ‘I’m, like, a really smart person’: Donald Trump exults in outsider status.”
News Headline (2016): “Trump explains skipped intel briefings: ‘I’m, like, a smart person.’ ”
QT Abridged Too Far Dictionary of the English Language:
smart adj. 1. having or showing intelligence. 2. bright. 3. a trait not typically mentioned in self-description by those who actually are. 4. but often by those who aren’t particularly.
News Headline: “Study: Half of people ‘remember’ events that never happened.”
And the other half voted for Hillary Clinton.
News Headline: “Where does the Belk Bowl rank among the 40 bowls?”
The Belk Department Stores Bowl, formerly the Continental Tire Bowl, ranks higher than the San Diego Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl.
And it ranks higher than the Gildan Activewear New Mexico Bowl.
But it ranks below the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl.
So we need to contain our bowl excitement.