News Item: “. . . under the yolk of tyranny. . . .”
For those who like their oppression over easy.
News Headlne: “Giving up porn for Lent means drop in computer viruses.”
This should be of special interest to Donald Trump’s evangelicals.
News Headline: “Facebook. Twitter and Snap take hits: Social media
News Headline: “Neo-Nazi wins GOP nomination for Illinois congressional seat.”
But let’s keep this straight:
Republicans are not pro-Nazi.
Republicans are soft on Nazis.
News Headline: “A major breakthrough?”
News Headline: “Is this a trap?”
News Headline: “Is it possible to serve honorably in Trump administration?”
News Headline: ” ‘Am I OK with my son oinking in Swedish?’ ”
No, yes, no, by all means.
See how easy?
News Headline: “Indian publisher urged to pull children’s book calling Hitler a ‘great leader.’ ”
But let’s remember.
There were very fine people on both sides.
News Item: “. . . a tick-tock film of the events of 9/11. . . . “
News Item: “. . . a methodical tick-tock of the sexual-harassment allegations
against. . . .”
John Teets, a Key West, Fla., reader, writes:
“When did timelines become tick-tocks, and when can we have adulthood back?”
And is it time for QT’s annual reminder that the first syllable of ‘gigabyte’ is pronounced JIG?
But not quite.
WRITE TO QT: firstname.lastname@example.org
+ Bananas are a berry.
+ Raspberries aren’t.
Simmons College warns that the suffix “-phobia” for words describing phobias should be avoided, as it might be offensive to people who have phobias.