News Headline: “Drinking alcohol more effective than exercise for living a long life,
Keep up the good work, researchers!
News Headline: “Is Trump the worst president in American history?”
Let’s not rush to conclusions.
News Headline: “Indian woman fights off tiger with stick.”
Doug Dahlgren, a Chicago reader, notes that tigers with sticks are especially dangerous.
And K.W., a Denver reader, regarding QT’s asking if it was time for a reminder that the first syllable of “gigabyte” is pronounced JIG, writes:
“And that ‘GIF’ is pronounced JIF?”
Or Graphics Interchange Format for short.
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QT Yellowstone Caldera (the eruptions of which can be violent enough to send a layer of ash six feet deep as far away as Chicago and which erupts every 600,000 or so years and last erupted 640,000 years ago) update
There have been 771 earthquakes just northwest of Yellowstone since February 1, with the ground rising north of Yellowstone after sinking for a time, while the ground continues to sink in central Yellowstone, and have a nice day.
News Headline: ” ‘Roseanne’ reboot holds a mirror to America.”
There are bookshelves with books in Roseanne’s TV living room.
Must be a mirror to somewhere else.
News Headline: “Chinese space station expected to crash to Earth on Sunday.”
News Headline: “8 lawyers who decided not to defend Trump in the Mueller investigation.”
Better call Saul.
Or there is always LegalZoom.
That’s a fly ball
Deep to right.
Back. . . back. . . .
The poet was the late Jack Brickhouse.
And there is nothing more to say.
Theologian John Lightfoot, who wrote, “The future is hidden by a dark impenetrable veil, and yet we struggle to pierce through it,” was born 416 years ago on the 29th day of National Noodle Month.
News Headline: “Why is Trump so quiet?”
He has finally said everything that could possibly be said about anything.
At least twice.