- Jim Nance called the National Championship game last night and gets to do the Master's this weekend. I wonder if he likes that gig?
- The Ticket's Corby Davidson played Pebble Beach last week. The green fee? $495. And that didn't include the tip for the caddie. (Assuming he tipped - which is not a given.)
- It's amazing how a story like seven shot dead at an Oakland college becomes the fourth or fifth story on television news.
- Mrs. LL managed to lock both sets of her car keys in the car yesterday.
- My iPhone now says "4G" when in Decatur. Have we had a change?
- A "football play" used in a high school basketball game went viral yesterday. Hey, it was an all-star game which means the defense didn't care (not to mention the 10 second back court violation that was ignored.)
- I noticed that the Tarrant County Grand Jury didn't indict a woman who (probably accidentally) had a gun with her at DFW airport and also failed to indict a Keller teacher who allegedly had sexual relations with an 18 year old student who wasn't part of his campus. It wouldn't surprise me if they aren't going against the DA's recommendation in those two cases.
- Do people really pay attention to the Wise County Youth Fair?
- I love this forecast just posted by Pete Delkus on Facebook: "Damaging wind (60mph straight line) and large hail (quarter to half dollar size) are the main severe concerns but an isolated tornado CANNOT be ruled out." I'd like to add that a flood for forty days and forty nights CANNOT be ruled out either.
- An interesting fact that means nothing: The last six times Kentucky won the basketball championship the Yankees won the World Series.
- A Texas private investigator is out promoting a book "O.J. Is Innocent And I Can Prove It." Why, why would anyone book him on a radio show? (I'm looking at you WBAP.)
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