QT Man-Bites-Dog Worldwide Pinpoint Locator

There have been no new reports of a man biting a dog.
But a man punched a police horse in Austin, Texas.

. . . born every minute

News Headline: “Donald Trump has made 10,796 false or misleading claims over 869 days.”
Note to remaining Trump supporters:
Fool you once, shame on him.
Fool you 10,796 times. . . .

QT loud guy at the end of the bar update

News Headline: “Trump is half Scottish. We asked Scots what they think of him.”
Go ahead.

QT Latest Carjacker Who Didn’t Know How to Work a Stick Shift Worldwide Pinpoint Locator

Shortly after 1 a.m. Saturday, June 8, at Shaw Boulevard and Thurman Avenue, in St. Louis.


News Headline: “Orwell’s classic 1984 turns 70.”
In other news, at last count, there were 32 surveillance cameras within 200 yards of a London flat where George Orwell lived.

Rainy days at Wrigley Field

News Headline: “Cubs owners include Wrigley Field as part of Trump campaign donor weekend.”
Cubs win!
No baseball team ever won more games!
No baseball team knows more about baseball!
Rigged umps!
Fake scores!

This just in. . . .

News Headline: “Creatures in the deepest trenches of the sea eating plastic.”
News Headline: “People eat at least 50,000 plastic particles a year, study finds.”
Sometimes life is fair.

The Trump crime family in the news

News Headline: “Report: Pelosi wants Trump ‘in prison.’ ”
She may hope for too much.
There are ways Donald Trump can stay out of prison.
He can always flip on the Kremlin.

From the QT news ticker

News Headline: “Does Trump know how impeachment works?”
News Headline: “Does Trump understand tariffs?”
News Headline: “Can Trump lead through a crisis?”
News Headline: “Conservative victory at any cost?”
News Headline: “Is it time to talk about Trump’s draft-dodging?”
No, no, no, evidently, always.
See how easy?

QT Grammar R Us Seminar on the English Language

News Headline: “. . . the importance of the losses can’t be understated. . . .”
News Headline: “. . . revolutionized the world in ways that can’t be understated. . . .”
Something that can’t be overstated: how often the word “understated” is mistakenly used.
And is it time for QT’s quadrennial reminder that when referring to an introductory text, “primer” should rhyme with “glimmer”?

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