- Finally found Siri on my iPhone, and it is wildly fascinating. I speak "Tell my wife that I'm on my way home" and a text message appears of "I'm on my way home" with Siri now asking if I want to send it right away to Mrs. LL. I mean, it actually works.
- I really didn't follow much of Andrew Breitbart but from what I saw yesterday, he wasn't exactly a kind soul.
- Star-Telegram shuts down its Austin bureau (although I didn't know it had one.)
- Shocking joke by a federal judge. Shocking story because the lady is kind of hot.
- It's Texas Independence Day. The signature page of the Declaration of Independence had a squiggly line down the middle of it like a doodle.
- George Will says neither Romney or Santorum "seems likely to be elected" President this Fall. As of right now, I think he's right.
- Why is half of my DVR taken up with Dance Moms?
- The Mav's emotionally crippled Lamar Odom will play on the team's "D-league" team in Frisco over the weekend "to get his legs back" before rejoining the team. If the guy pouts like a third grader left for summer camp when he plays at the American Airlines Center, what's he going to feel playing in that spare league?
- The Messenger has a lot of ticky-tacky rules about what they will put in obituaries, but I'm stunned that they print them for free.
- Shattered dreams: Records show 1,265 college football players have hired agents for the upcoming NFL draft. Approximately 255 will be drafted.
- Everyone else in my home to me: "Did you see the scary clown in Walmart who was hiding from gay guys?" Me: "No." Them: Uncontrollable knee-slapping laughter. (There were so many things wrong with that moment, I can't begin to list them.)
- I'm not sure I understand the bus drivers at Northwest (who work for Durham Transportation) taking a vote to unionize. If there are only 125 of them, it seems like Northwest could look for other alternatives to Durham if they try to get strong armed.
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