News Headline: “Stone on Hannity: ‘I’m targeted because they want to silence me.’ ”
In much the same way we might want to silence a car alarm that keeps going off in the neighborhood.
And has it been 4,471 days since Sean Hannity promised he would undergo waterboarding to prove it isn’t torture?
Not that anyone is counting.
News Headline: “Howard Schultz heckled at event: ‘Don’t help elect Trump, you egotistical billionaire a**hole.’ ”
This is no way to treat a potential presidential candidate.
We should be more civil to our egotistical billionaire a**holes.
News Item: “. . . ‘Fainting is a big problem,’ said Dr. Venkatesh Thiruganasambandamoorthy, an emergency physician at. . . .”
Especially a problem for news announcers just handed the story.
News Headline: “Duke grad program director steps down after saying foreign students should speak English.”
Something you may not have noticed:
The Chinese students, in speaking Chinese in front of those who didn’t, were committing a microaggression in the form of a horizontal oppression leading to a microinvalidation and threatened safe space.
Might be best to expel the whole student body, just to be safe.
News Headline: “Trump advisers lied over and over again, Mueller says. The question is, Why?”
“It’s my nature,” said the scorpion to the frog.
News Headline: “Oscar Mayer seeking new Wienermobile driver.”
So at least Donald Trump has something to fall back on.
News Headline: “Trump says he will build ‘impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, beautiful’ border wall.”
News Headline: “Watch this video of 110+ migrants scaling border wall.”
He said it would be impenetrable.
Didn’t say anything about large groups of people climbing over it.
News Headline: “Sarah Sanders: Roger Stone indictment ‘has nothing to do with the president.’ ”
News Headline: “Trump’s first year was the most dishonest in history. His second was nearly three times worse.”
And he continues to pick up the pace.
Look for a sprint at the finish.
Dave Carr, an Owen Sound, Ontario, reader, writes:
“When writing about 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, should we always capitalize the word ‘the,’ as in, The White House?”
No. It is “the White House.”
Only on occasion does a proper name include a “the,” as in The Ohio State University.
Or the rock guitarist The Edge.
Who came to us from U2.
Which is not The U2.
Which isn’t to mention the rock band The The.
Which reminds QT of another band: Was (Not Was).
Which isn’t anymore.
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News Headline: “Commerce secretary doesn’t understand why unpaid federal workers use food banks.”
How does the Trump administration put up with all the whining?
Nothing but complaints from the servant class.