I told you that story was too fishy to be true. I saw it a mile away and, you know what? I do this all the time! Remember the fire in Saginaw at the antique store that I wasn't believing? Turned out to be arson. Two or three years ago there was a story of a sexual assault in a park in Keller that I immediately labeled a lie. Cops backed me while I was on vacation so I didn't even get to gloat about it here. The hair-dresser "murder" in north Dallas area where she was found dead in a burned out car when I said "something ain't right about that"? Medical examiner came out and disagreed with the police. And if that over-protective dad in Plano would let his high school daughter fess up to faking her kidnapping to Oklahoma, I'd have another one one my scoreboard. Sheesh, I've probably forgotten about a dozen more.
If I can find a job listing for "exceptional oracle needed" on cragislist, I may quit this lawyer and blogging gig.
It's a gift.
at 1:10 PM