News Headline: “Donald Trump’s ‘erratic behavior’ has medical professionals questioning his mental health.”
News Headline: “Trump supporters see a successful president.”
Needed by any president who hears voices:
Supporters who are seeing things.
News Headline: “Man grabs woman’s buttocks as she walks down the street.”
The police should go easy on him.
He was trying to be presidential.
The University of Washington Tacoma’s Writing Center has announced that “there is no inherent ‘standard’ of English” and that “citing grammatical ‘correctness’ in the production of texts” can be a racist microaggression.
“I’m sorry for them. . . . I’m happy to dispose of this particular slander. . . . unreliable. . . . disloyal. . . . I might have said something. . . . He’ll only tell you lies. . . . always fighting me. . . spreading wild rumors. . . Naturally, I can cover these things only from
memory. . . . “
That was Captain. Queeg of the U.S.S. Caine.
News Headline: “Drugs, despair and Trump.”
Can someone do something to cheer up our headline writers?