- Whatever happened to Michael Richards (Kramer from Seinfeld) after his nightclub debacle?
- The weathermen aren't doing a very good job lately.
- Is it me, or is there a commercial proliferation onslaught on the radio these days?
- A lawyer out of Houston was "twittering" about a prostitution case he was watching in a courtroom yesterday. You'll have to scroll down quite a bit, but it was here.
- We still prosecute people for prostitution? (The case involved an undercover officer going into a massage parlor. I noted that he testified he got neekid and laid on the table because "they won't talk to you unless you take your clothes off.")
- Joe Shannon is apparently going to be appointed to replace recently deceased Tarrant County DA Tim Curry. I'm pretty sure Shannon played a pretty big role in the Cullen Davis prosecutions.
- I saw he was in New Orleans for a legal conference yesterday. The taxpayers probably don't need to be sending an assistant DA to a conference in New Orleans.
- I'm feeling more and more that people have no idea what I mean when I talk about Cullen Davis.
- We live in a politics of fear kind of world: The Swine Flu, Bush: "they'll follow us home" from Iraq, Obama: "the economy is going to collapse", Pete Delkus over-the-top weather warnings, incoming hurricanes being a "possible Category 5", and the list goes on.
- Speaking of fear: The Taliban appears to be in the process of taking over large portions of Pakistan. Last time I checked, Pakistan hand nukes. Yet another reason to quit jacking around in Iraq and focus on what's important.
- I get stopped pretty often by someone who wants to congratulate me or berate me for the quality of the Random Girl pic.
- Normally it is to berate.
- Never a big fan of Dom Deluise.
- Fox 4 had a segment on Ninja motorcycle crashes last night captured by DOT traffic cameras. Oh, my.
- I took one of those silly "What Kind Of Crime Are You?" web quizzes yesterday. The results scared me because the answer seemed to know me better than any real person.
- At docket at the County Court at Law yesterday, I saw a cute young gal (holding a baby) who seemed to be crying. Later I learned she was sentenced to 180 days in jail for a violation of probation. As I began to give the prosecutor the business on his successful efforts to jail her, I found out she had had several chances to get her act together.
- Always feel odd stringing the "had had" together in a sentence.
- Saw this a few weeks ago: Click a button and chat with a stranger. The politics of fear have me too scared to click the button.
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