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8.20.2010

Random Friday Morning Thoughts



  • Roger Clemens indicted for perjury? Yawn. What a waste of resources. I don't care if he took steroids, and I don't care if he lied about not taking them. But our federal courts apparently have a lot of spare time. 
  • But he's an idiot for bringing it on himself since he lobbied for the Congressional hearing where he allegedly perjured himself. Learn to shut up and he'd be fine. 
  • A high speed chase leads to a car going into Love Field yesterday which is now causing everyone to "second guess" airport security. Please. That can happen any where. 
  • I hung blinds last night. Once I got to the third one, I was pretty good at it. 
  • A horror movie uses Chatroulette to promote itself by scaring the crap out of teenage boys. (Language warning.)
  • Leeann Rimes in a bikini? Meh.
  • The autotune remix of Antoine Dodson's "Hide your wives, hide your daughters, hide your husbands" which was made available on iTunes has cracked the Billboard Hot 100. The future?
  • This Blog used to be mentioned in the Messenger's "Welcome to Wise" special issue, but no longer. 
  • Dumb parents: Punish your Southlake teenage daughter by having her run an ad with her picture offering free babysitting services. What could possibly go wrong?
  • Well, I guess this guy could call her.
  • Funny moment at GoGo Gumbo the other night when my dad ordered a particular piece of pie. The waitress immediately went into a 30 second excited rant of how "wonderful" that pie is and how she even got the recipe and makes it home. Then she wrapped it up with "but we're out of that tonight." 
  • Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit turns 40 today. I mention him only because he famously said at the 2003 Grammy Awards that "I think we are all in agreeance that this war should end as soon as possible." You finally got your wish. 
  • Any one getting nervous about your Texas Rangers? The injury riddled team has dropped four in a row.
  • I still think Tony Romo shouldn't play tomorrow night. If you need proof, you have to see what happened to Giant's QB Eli Manning on Monday night. Click here (the best replays start at around 1:20)


24 comments:

Anonymous said...

I Manning, Romo, or any other star player gets hurt in pre-season games, it's the NFL's fault. They schedule too many pre-season games. If the stars don't play, nobody watches and they lose ticket and television money. Bench the star quarterbacks and they'll make up the revenue difference in team fines.

Anonymous said...

Leeann Rimes in a bikini.....
She looks better than today's pic.

Anonymous said...

Plz expalin how the Iraq war is over when we still have 50,000 troops still there indefinitely???

Are you and your lib buddies just trying to get a little good PR going for your president?

Anonymous said...

9:25 -

Although I agree with you that the liberals are just trying to get good PR for Obama, I have to disagree with you on the point about the war still going on since we have 50K troops still there.

If you use that as a measuring stick, then World War II is still going on. Just look at all of the troops stationed in Germany and Japan.

Anonymous said...

On December 21 2012 all our battles will finally be over.

The Devil said...

I could not agree more on the Clemens indictment...and why has Congress never took more action against Bud Selig, the PED era happened on his watch, he basically ignored that it was happening until he could not ignore it anymore.

This Blog used to be mentioned in the Messenger's "Welcome to Wise" special issue, but no longer. --I would not call mentioning this blog in WTW as putting your best foot forward for the county. Were f'd up enough as it is without giving newcomers immediate access to our bat shat craziness!

So, I am guessing he had the Jack Daniels Chocolate pie.

Anonymous said...

Why would that little trash compactor stand there with her pants unzipped and hangin half open like that?

Anonymous said...

Why do you think?? Story has the Eagles playin at springtown tonight. is it they have a new Turf field just askin.

I wish them well but they are still not gettin that damn Turf field give it up Mr. 2-8.

Anonymous said...

Who cares if Clemens took steroids? They all do as far as I am concerned. How can a normal man compete at that level without them? Too much money involved not to take them. This is just another example of how the government is trying to control all aspects of our lives. If he were a senator, then it would have been OK to lie to Congress (or President Clinton). But that was just about sex, so it doesn't count.

Our government lies to us everyday. Social Security is OK, our borders are protected, our airports are safe, "I will lower taxes and cut wasteful spending" (how many times have we heard that one), and on and on and on. When we make our politicians tell only the truth to us, then they can punish a citizen for lying to them.

LEL

Anonymous said...

Is it ok to stand up and swear to tell the truth and then just lie your ass off? Isn't it necessary that at somewhere at some point in some procedings that a person should be compelled to tell the truth, doesn't the whole justice system depend on that to great extent..

Anonymous said...

The fifth ammendment to the constitution says that you can't be compelled to testify against yourself. Nor can your spouse be compelled to testify against you. That is why you need evidence other than just heresay testimony.

LEL

Denney Crane said...

That, my friend, is not a bikini! It's high tech body armour with a matching chastity belt...

jim said...

I'm going to have to say the blog and the morning pick me up chic have some similarities. Not bad but just a little flat for my taste.....

C+

Anonymous said...

Yep this blog has gone flatter than a fourth grader.

Anonymous said...

Bubba, marrying into finally having some kids in your late 40's doesn't immediately make you some sort of parenting expert. Calling parents dumb for using a technique you might not have used to teach a kid a lesson is something your are absolutely not qualified to do.

Cross some of those difficult bridges first and get back with us.

Anonymous said...

Where did Decatur get all this money?

Computers for all!

Electronic Signs galorie!

Boondoogle I Say!

Anonymous said...

Decatur spending $300,000 + on electronic signs.

Can revote on the grass?

Anonymous said...

Am just not sure I understand the thought process of a defense attorney - guess no one ever deserves to have consequences to their actions (re: The Southlake teenager)? I'm not necessarily saying it's a brilliant solution, but it is somewhat innovative.

Exactly WWBSGD?

I do agree that I couldn't care less about Clemens lying to Congress though. Seems to me that lying is a prerequisite in those "hallowed" halls of the Capitol.

Anonymous said...

300,000 on signs and how much for the workout field at the new high school that was never voted on?
The old work out field and dressing rooms were voted down 3 times and built anyway years ago.
so I'm thinking sounds like we need a new school board that only spends our money where needed and not on wants

Anonymous said...

The cost will be coser to $500,000 before all is done.


Decatur Jobs program!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like they are attempting their own WISE COUNTY STIMULUS Plan

Anonymous said...

$100,000 multiplied by six equals.......

Wow!

Anonymous said...

This would not have happened with Mrs. Quantz and Mr. Coward on the board!

Anonymous said...

9:28

What a shame that you are unable to distingush between the military operations in Iraq and the current presence of U.S. soldiers in Germany and Japan. I think those who have served in Iraq during the last seven years would be able to understand the difference.