The Campaign For DA


Random Thursday Morning Thoughts

  • Those were some incredibly high winds last night. I saw a full sized trampoline in the street this morning - upright.
  • I thought for a moment what a crazy scene it would be if I were to get out and start jumping on it.
  • One thing about technical service (my home Internet issues are better but still not perfect) is that you have to go through the same phone tree and, when you get a real person, the same script.
  • The craziest thing my tech support people say is, "Ok, Mr. Green, I'm going to take ownership of this call so we can solve your problem." Ummkay. Get after it.
  • I think I'm going to Costa Rica in February.
  • I've got a crazy female friend who throws a tantrum once every six months or so. Her most recent one included "unfriending" me of Facebook. And I've known her for almost 20 years.
  • News you can use: There's only one web site authorized by law to provide free credit reports: (Or at least that's what the most recent issue of the Texas Bar Journal said.)
  • In Paris, Texas, an 18 year old with an IQ of 47 pleads guilty to five counts of sexual abuse of a child and the jury assesses punishment of 30 years, 30 years, 30 years, 5 years, and 5 years. Holy cow. If that's not insane enough, the judge decided to stack the sentences to make it a 100 year sentence. That's Lamar County Judge Eric Clifford who justified his actions by saying, "In the state of Texas, there isn't a whole lot you can do with somebody like him."Can I call a sitting judge an idiot?
  • And now I've got a computer virus that is crazy: You click on a google search result and it hijacks the link and redirects to a random site. And that makes it very difficult to google how to get rid of it. Edit: And whoever suggested MalwareBytes is a genius. Good job.
  • Edit: Want to hear Boston fans last night chant "You Do Steroids" to A-Rod as he came up to bat?