News Headline: “Carrier plant Trump ‘saved’ is laying off 200 more workers over the holidays.”
Not to worry.
There are still plenty of jobs for them in coal mines that don’t exist.
News Headline: “Election wasn’t a Democratic wave–it was a tsunami.”
Voter turnout in Virginia was lower than 50 percent.
Voter turnout in New Jersey was lower than 40 percent.
Add both waves and tsunamis to the list of things that aren’t what they used to be.
From the campaign pledge of an Ohio judicial candidate:
“As a judge and public servant, I will uphold the duty to execute the tenants of the judicial system.”
Did he just say he planned to kill all the jail inmates?
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News Headline: “Incoming EPA adviser thinks our air is too clean.”
News Headline: “Rick Perry suggests fossil fuels can help prevent sexual assault.”
President Trump may be out of the country.
But our government remains in sure hands.
News Headline: “Will Las Vegas become just another mass shooting we forget?”
Now if you’ll excuse us, we’re busy forgetting Texas.
Probably take a couple of weeks.
Four in 10 Americans believe the First Amendment is a racist because it protects the right of racists to speak.
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
Yellowstone monthly earthquake counts so far this year have gone from 53 to 48 to 63 to 51 to 94 to 1,171 to 528 to 1,029 to 115 to 111.
The trend is apparent.
News Headline: “ ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ a classic tale of horror.”
Is it time for QT’s annual reminder that the first syllable of “Jekyll” rhymes with “bleak”?
And while we’re at it, that there is no “hollow” in “Halloween”?
And Happy Halloween!