- It's bad enough that four people were arrested in the 82-year-old-man-tied-up case. But it ought to be embarrassing to them that it took four of them to pull it off.
- "DPS hopes to speed driver's license process with megacenters." I bet they screw it up.
- Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter makes my brain want to explode.
- The guy in Houston who videotaped him killing a party-goer from his noisy neighbor's house (I mentioned it last week) was convicted yesterday of murder. I'm kind of surprised.
- There was a "perfect game" last night in the Giants/Astros game. And former Ranger R.A. Dickey had a one-hitter. When did pitching become so easy?
- The Dallas Morning News has a big story (which is really interesting) on a gal who allegedly faked having an SMU law degree but I'm not sure how it's newsworthy because she hasn't tried to practice law with it.
- I wonder why it took almost a year to indict the kid who was the driver of the vehicle that resulted in the death of four teenagers last year in Wise County. And it seems like there are more and more criminal charges being created for things that used to be called traffic accidents.
- Mark Davis has an interesting theory: If the Supreme Court declares Obamacare unconstitutional, it could actually help the President in the election. Those that are inclined to vote against him because of the health care reform lose their incentive to do so.
- I'm almost done with my Khalid Sheikh Mohammed book. It's not the theme of it, but I've come to the conclusion that the CIA and the FBI waste a ton of money. It can't be cheap to fly all over the world and spend months in hotel rooms.
- The Sandusky trial is so seedy that most of the media doesn't know how to report on it. And his lawyer at least needs to come up with some theme of defense. He seems clueless.
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