- A Tarleton State football player has died due to a head injury received in practice. I remember writing last year that I thought someone would die from a head injury in the NFL, and someone commented, oddly, how that just wasn't possible.
- Upon review, those bystanders in the "neekid singer" video below sure don't look shocked. Almost makes you think they were in on it.
- I saw a guy get thrown in jail in district court in Decatur yesterday for failing to pay child support. But he had had a more than a couple of chances.
- I'm insane now: Little kids perform a two minute school play of Scarface (with popcorn substituted for the cocaine.) Edit: Not actually a school play.
- I've never been a fan of the old Dumb and Dumber movie, but they phrase "So you're telling me there's a chance" seems to be popping up more and more these days. (It's based on this 33 second clip.)
- I'm still confused as to the location of the motorcycle park where the Decatur student was killed on Sunday. Most media outlets referred to it as Denton County but the ranch's web site refers to itself as being in Decatur and has a map that looks like it's in Northeastern Wise County.
- The Feds seem to be arresting more and more people before something happens (whether it be a teenage Muslim with no capability of carrying out his threats or a bunch of Christian guys playing war in the woods.) It seems kind of like Minority Report without the assurances of the government being right.
- NBC 5's Kim Fischer is a strange girl. She called into 105 The Fan the other day and spoke about how she put a guy in a headlock in a bar after someone grabbed her butt. But it was the grabber's friend, who had made an aggressive move towards her boyfriend, who was the victim of the headlock.
- "I hate it when that happens," is waaaaaay past its retirement time.
- I don't think I have a lot of readers on this blog because it's necessarily good, I think it's more because of the fact that I'm consistently here.
- I like that Liberty Mutual commercial which shows random acts of kindness paid forward.
- Wow: A wrong way driver pleads guilty and receives 14 years in prison less than two months after the fatal wreck happened on I-75. What's the rush?
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