All of them were pointed out by WOLF STREET commenters. I put them together and grouped some of them, and added some explanations in a few cases even when not needed. In no particular order:
#1: "The moronic statements regarding 'money on the sidelines.'"
"That 'money on the sidelines' thing drives me nuts. I sit around wondering how captured financial commentators must be to even entertain such concepts on such a regular basis."
"Money on the sidelines is immortal. It has been cited all my investing life, and it will still be cited long after I'm gone, to be passed proudly from generation to generation, no matter how often it gets debunked."
"I found a coin on the sidewalk once. It must be the infamous sidelines money. Just a million coins more, and I will have enough to go on vacation."
#2: "The claptrap surrounding earnings beats – after earnings targets have been quietly but drastically reduced."