Category Archives: Qt

War is peace, freedom is slavery, ignorance
is strength, Trump is great

News Headline:
“Trump to CDC: These 7 words are now forbidden.”
The word and phrases reportedly banned byt the Centers for Disease Control are: ‘vulnerable,’ ‘entitlement,’ ‘diversity,’ ‘transgender,’ ‘fetus,’ ‘evidence-based’ and ‘science-based.’ ”
Kids, go get grandpa.
Ask him what it was like when 1984 was a warning, not an instruction manual.

9 days until Christmas

Can it be time for QT’s annual reminder that the reindeer’s name isn’t Donner, but Donder?
And  that it isn’t Kris Kringle, but Kriss Kringle?
Ho, Ho, Ho!

So he has a fallback

News Headline:
“USA Today: Trump is ‘not fit to clean the toilets’ at Obama’s presidential library.”
A bit much.
Donald Trump is perfectly fit clean the toilets at Obama’s presidential library.

10 days until Christmas

News Headline: “Thieves stealing Christmas parcels seconds after delivery.”
News Headline: “Thousands of drunk Santas take over Union Square.”
Ho, Ho, Ho!

Greetings and facilitations

News Headline: “Reflections on Sandy Hook, five years later.”
Happy Anniversary from the National Rifle Association.

QT trickle-on economics update

The richest 1 percent of Americans owned 22 percent of the nation’s wealth in 1980, according to a new study.
Now the 1 percent own at least 39 percent.
And the new tax bill hasn’t  passed yet.

QT Christmas news you can use

A word to those who are out of work–or know others who are–while the merriment happens all around:
The outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas will offer free job-search and career advice to anyone who calls from anywhere on December 27 and 28.
The number is (312) 422-5010.
The hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CST.
And always remember:
There are Twelve Days of Christmas.
And a New Year after that.

11 days until Christmas

News Headline: “Your Christmas lights could kill you.”
Ho, Ho, Ho!
And already here:
Happy Hanukkah!

From Poor QT’s Almanack

Beware the ides of National Stress-Free Family Holidays Month.

Rubes and idiots in the news

Bill Britt, an Alabama political reporter, when it looked as if Judge Roy Mooore would win the senatorial race there:
“We’re not the rubes and idiots we’re portrayed to be.”
Evidently not.
Not quite.