From the QT police blotter

Paul Steiner, a Mount Juliet, Tenn., reader, regarding a  news story about an assault committed with a banana and QT’s noting that any defendant would be tried by a jury of his pears, writes:
“Were gang members involved? There may have been a bunch.”
+Bill Hallihan, a Chicago reader, writes:
“Will the defendants be able to orange bail?”
+ Chris Johnson, an Elgin, Ill., reader, writes:
“This is a case that could be overturned on a peel.”
+ Bill Wade, a Chicago reader, writes:
“It may be hard to avoid slip-ups.”
+ Gene Christianson, an Overland Park, Kan., reader writes:
“And who would dole out the punishment?”
+ Dave Carr, an Owen Sound, Ontario, reader, writes:
“I’m sure authorities will get a handle on this, kumquat may.”
Stop it.
Stop it now.
+ Tim Contreras, a San Antonio reader, writes:
“Kiwi please stop this?”
As QT was saying. . . .

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Day 981, America held hostage

News Headline: “Donald Trump tweets in all-caps as damning impeachment evidence
piles up.”
But he can look on the bright side.
Anything to take the public’s mind off what he is HIDING IN THE TAX RETURNS.
For example.
Not to mention the SEX-ASSAULT ACCUSATIONS. . . .

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