New York City is considering a plan to cut programs for students who are gifted because the programs are “exclusionary” toward students who are not gifted.
News Headline: “Trump appears to be lying. Again.”
Often the worst part of a headline writer’s job:
News Headline: “Trump lashes out at Fox News critical coverage of him, calling for ‘new outlet.’ ”
Sorry, Mr. President.
Inquiries were made.
But TASS is booked solid.
News Headline: “8-year-old steals babysitter’s car, threatens her with knife.”
They grow up so fast, don’t they?
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, who wrote, “Life is a disease of matter,” was born 270 years ago on the 28th day of National Brownies at Brunch Month.
News Headline: “Trump denies having ‘bedbugs’ at resort he offered for next G7 summit.”
It’s just that a lot of people are saying it.
A lot of people are saying that bad things are happening.
No human being would want to live there.
News Headline: “Can Earth survive?”
Earth will be fine.
As for humanity, maybe not so much.
News Headline: “Republicans suffer whiplash from Trump’s erratic week.”
QT Abridged Too Far Dictionary of the English Language:
whiplash noun 1. An injury to the cervical spine caused by an abrupt motion of the head, either backward or forward. 2. So you can see the problem here. 3. A spine is required.