The long and the shorts of it

News Headline: “Chinese woman arrested at Mar-a-Lago stalls jury selection over lack of underwear.”
F.T., a Los Angeles reader, in response to QT’s noting that the session was delayed pending a submission of briefs, writes:
“Was this a case of breeches of promise?”
Stop it.
Stop it now.
Or you will be investigated for undieworld ties.

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The long and the shorts of it

News Headline: “Chinese woman arrested at Mar-a-Lago stalls jury selection over lack of underwear.”
+ Al Solomon, a Chicago reader, in response to QT’s noting that the session was delayed pending a submission of briefs, writes:
“I’d say something here about China and the Boxer Rebellion. But that’s too complicated.”
+ Stephen J. Smith, a Minneapolis reader, writes:
“The court’s entire argument seems to lack foundation.”
+ Dave Carr, an Owen Sound, Ontario, reader, writes:
“Will they poll the jury by asking for a show of Hanes?”
Stop it.
Stop it now.

WRITE TO QT:  qt@zaysmith.com

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Try to remember two days in September

News Headline: “Never forget the lessons learned on 9/11.”
A reminder of another day’s lessons to remember:
The day was two weeks later.
It was  9/25.
It was on that day in Los Angeles that the story was reported of a German surgeon in a Jewish hospital performing a kidney transplant from a white Muslim woman to a black Christian man.
We can do worse than remember the lessons of 9/25, also.

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Fox & friends

News Headline: “Sean Hannity compares Donald Trump’s canceled meeting with the Taliban to Winston Churchill’s handling of World War II.”
And has it been 4,696 days since Hannity promised he would undergo waterboarding to prove it isn’t torture?
Not that anyone is counting.

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