- If you had the television on at around 6:30 this morning, you saw a spectacular fire on Lower Greenville which destroyed Terrilli's and three other restaurants.
- I had a crazy date at Terrilli's in the 1990s. Not sure whatever happened to her.
- Someone commented that arson cases are often rejected by prosecutors because they "don't understand" the science behind arson investigations. Puhleeze.
- Gov. Perry grants a posthumous pardon to Tim Cole yesterday. Wasn't that one day before the election? Truly profiting off a dead man.
- My prediction: Perry gets 45% of the vote tonight.
- The Messenger is hosting an "Election Night Watching Party" tonight at the Decatur's Visitor's Center. Note to Decatur Police: Be on standby!
- There's a best selling book called Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter? And there's a book soon to be movie called Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (with Natalie Portman starring and producing?) Are we out of ideas? I read that in Time yesterday.
- Off the top of my head, I don't know the difference between Armageddon and the Apocalypse.
- The Evil Empire went from #1 in the nation to falling out of the AP Top 25 yesterday.
- I can't tell you enough how quickly my shoulder healed.
- Sean Hannity was implying yesterday that President Obama drinks too much. It's incredible what Fox News has become.
- The couple we stayed with in Costa Rica has decided to move their permanently. They don't have any kids and just decided to take a leap of faith.
- I heard their was a DWI-Felony trial starting today in Decatur. I'll check it out.
- Based upon some anonymous comments, someone I know is off her medication.
- The Jack County Courthouse shuts down on election day. Wise County does not.
- Slate magazine has a "Spoiler" podcast that reveals and discusses the end of movies. I just listened to one for Shutter Island. Oh, my.
- When you know your life is wheel's off: "Man admits to mistress that he killed topless dancer." There's a lot going on in that sentence.
- Have ballots ever designated the incumbent? I don't think so.
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