- Ted Nugent was on WBAP this morning. That guy is so full of it.
- Sarah Palin spoke at a Tea Party rally in Boston yesterday, and she's almost turned into a caricature of herself. She actually said, ""Yeah, let's drill baby drill, not stall baby stall – you betcha!"
- Of all the news stations, I think Fox 4 pimped the drunk Jerry Jones video the most.
- They made an arrest in the murder of the 17 year old Fort Worth boy in the Wedgewood area of Fort Worth. Maybe I'm losing my mind, but I could have sworn Fox 4 put up a book in photo of a white guy last night. (The alleged killer just happened to be black.)
- New York Times this morning: "Tea Party supporters are wealthier and more well-educated than the general public." Is that any surprise? That older white guys have more money than the young who struggle to get by?
- I've been using Chrome browser more that Firefox lately. And I haven't used Microsoft's Internet Explorer in at least seven years. But I bet most people just use Internet Explorer by default.
- Losing half your prosecutors in one week in the Wise County DA's office would cause quite the headache. (But for those that asked, there's no big scandal or controversy. Just people moving on.)
- The Right has been dogging Obama about wanting to reduce nuclear weapons. Over at bagofnothing.com, he's got a Jon Stewart video showing Ronald Reagan saying he wanted to reduce America's arsenal by "one third" and some day "eliminate nuclear weapons from the face of the earth."
- Motorcycle death in Dallas this morning. (But it's been a pretty quiet Spring.)
- Busy airports in Europe are shut down this morning due to volcanic ash from Iceland. And this includes Heathrow Airport in London. That's a travel nightmare.
- Decatur has a new strip mall up on 287 near Allsups. That sure looks like a ton of empty spaces they'll be trying to rent out. And not one is leased so far.
- The NASCAR race in Texas used to get a lot more publicity than it does now.
- Above the fold: (I may start posting the Star-Telegram instead.)
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