News Headline: “Teen bitten by shark released from hospital.”
And why the hospital released a shark, we may never know.
And can it be time for a QT reminder that “momentarily” should refer to an event that will last for a moment, not to an event that will happen in a moment?
WRITE TO QT: email@example.com
News Headline: “Pro-democracy protesters erect ‘Lady Liberty’ statue on Hong Kong mountaintop.”
And they are welcome to borrow the Statue of Liberty.
Now that we’re not using it.
News Headline: “Big Bang’s smoking gun found.”
News Headline: “Scientists see fingerprint of Big Bang.”
Fourteen billion years later, and we’re still working on the metaphors.
This week’s polling trends for Democratic presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, Amy Kobuchar, Beto O’Rourke, Andrew Yang and Julián Castro:
Sideways, sideways, sideways, sideways, down, sideways, sideways, sideways, sideways, sideways.
News Headline: “Giuliani associates had one-way international tickets when arrested at airport.”
News Headline: “Trump proposes new look for Air Force One.”
Or don’t we know a flight risk when we see one?
News Headline “Will the 26 new sexual allegations against Donald Trump be ignored like the rest?”
Note to any young men contemplating sexual assault:
The Republican Party has your back.
Today’s Birthdays: Isabella II, 189; Adlai III, 89.
News Headline: “Unpaid bills pile up in Trump rallies’ wake.”
Say this for Donald Trump:
He may be dishonest.
But he’s a deadbeat.
News Headline: “Naked woman climbs cathedral roof, then straddles statue for four hours.”
As reasonable a response as any to the news of the day.
The 2017 Republican tax cuts allowed the 400 wealthiest families in the United States to pay a lower tax rate than the bottom 50 percent of households.