(The headline topped an article about a speech by a French diplomat at the Taubman Museum in Roanoke, a mass of crumpled metal that resembles a crashed airplane.)
"Très magnifique! Zees will put ze Louvre to shem."
Before Dr. Phil became a quack psychologist, he considered a career as a quack dentist.
If you go to a quack dentist, you'll wind up with no teeth and a big bill.
Financial analysts are urging people to stay calm through economic turbulence and bank failures.
If people follow the advice, bankruptcy filings are anticipated from amusement parks, motels, and horror movie studios.
The AIDS Virus has been found in a species of Central African chimpanzee.
Prominent homophobes claim, "We knew from the beginning that this whole plague was caused by panzees."
Harvard scientists have grown bladder cells in the laboratory and implanted them in six beagles.
After years of painstaking biotechnical research, Harvard is on the verge of producing a dog that need only be walked once a day.
A federal appeals court opened to the public 100 depositions "taken in the government high-profile case against Microsoft".
"The case was originally brought by lawyers representing several media organizations, including the Associated Press".
Is Bill Gates angry at Associated Press for bringing suit against him? Perhaps he should sue AP under the same antitrust law.
The press reported that the U.S. Senate would call live witnesses to testify in the trial of President Bill Clinton.
How disappointing! We were looking forward to hearing from Vince Foster and Ron Brown.
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Last updated: 7 December 2020