- Pulp Fiction fans: Tarantino stole something. (Hey, that's Wordkyle's blog!)
- Baylor's Robert Griffin is officially on the Heisman ballot.Yes, I know I'm the only one who cares about that but I wanted to put "Baylor" and "Heisman" in the same sentence.
- We lost the Family Kitty for a moment last night which caused a mini-dragnet recovery project to be formed outside. Unfortunately, we found her. (That thing is driving me crazy because of that "suckling issue" I mentioned a couple of weeks back. Get off me!!!)
- Amazon.com is selling a how-to guide on pedophilia. Wait. What? Edit: It was pulled overnight.
- Gwyneth Paltrow sang at the CMA Awards (redundant, I know) last night and received a standing ovation? (And did Brooks and Dunn win Duo of the Year for the sixtieth consecutive time or are they dead?)
- I always remember high school football games being freezing when I was a kid. That doesn't seem to be the case anymore.
- Wrong way driver on I-30 in Mesquite this morning led to a horrendous head on crash. The freeway was shutdown causing traffic chaos (and that looks like one beat down of a drive when everything is perfect.) They were also having trouble prying the vehicles apart.
- Mrs. LL is still in pain with her wrists. If I had to bet, I'd bet she's having surgery. Did I mention she can't even drive?
- Also watched a mental commitment hearing yesterday in the Wise County Court at Law. There may be nothing sadder than to listen to an allegedly mentally disturbed individual ramble on and on at one of those things.
- Russian kids walk on beam 900 foot above the ground. (This even made NBC Nightly News last night.)
- The "missle controversy" again: The Pentagon now says it was a plane. Hey, we track every plane for every second. So tell us the airline and the flight number.
- It would be moving to watch people visit the Vietnam Memorial and the relatively new World War II Memorial in D.C. this morning. (And the one time I visited, I was surprised to find a rarely talked about Korean War Memorial which is really fascinating. Pics.)
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