Monthly Archives: March 2018

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QT 2018 vote count countdown update


News Headline:
“Pocket of air found where man’s brain should have been.”
Finally, a scientific explanation for Donald Trump’s base.

In other news. . . .

News Item: Investigators have determined an old wooden wreck found on the Alabama Gulf Coast isn’t the last slave ship to land in the United States. . . .”
In other news, the Trump administration announced it was looking at new ways to rebuild the infrastructure.

From Poor QT’s Almanack

Beware the ides of National Frozen Food Month.
And March.

The New Normal in the news


News Headline: “If Trump meets King Jong Un, who will be his Kissinger?”
News Headline: “Dennis Rodman offers help as Trump prepares for Kim meeting.”
Asked and answered.

Frontiers of science


News Headline: “Female dragonflies fake sudden death to avoid male advances.”
News Headline: “Tool-using monkeys suck shellfish dry.”
Ah, nature.

Widespread looting in the news


News Headline: “Big firms push to overturn mining ban near Grand Canyon.”
All right.
But only if we leave room for an oil pipeline down the middle.

Day 417, America held hostage


News Headline:
“Trump fires secretary of state with tweet.”
News Headline: “Would you volunteer for a one-way trip to Mars?”
The two stories seemed to go together, for some reason.

From Poor QT’s Almanack


Today’s Birthdays: Sammy “The Bull” Gravano, 73;  Rich “The Svengoolie” Koz, Ageless.

QT 2018 vote count countdown update


News Headline:
“Donald Trump advocates death penalty for drug dealers in rambling speech.”
News Headline: “Donald Trump’s explosive rally in Moon Township, Pa.”
News Headline: “Trump lashes out at media, Democrats, drug dealers, Oprah in rambunctious speech in Pennsylvania.”
QT Abridged Too Far Dictionary of the English Language:
rambling  adj.  incoherent.
explosive  adj.  bursting with falsehoods.
rambunctious  adj.  vulgar and often vicious to the point where children should not be present.
We’re running out of nice ways to describe Donald Trump.

Frontiers of science

News Headline: “The moon formed inside a vast cosmic donut, scientists say.”
News Headline: “Comets are like deep-fried ice cream, scientists say.”
So the universe remains a vast, cold and indifferent place.
But tasty.