Random Tuesday Morning Thoughts

  • There seems to be a different news vibe to the Rhome shooting this week. It's hard to put my finger on it. 
  • Looks like they found some of the wreckage and bodies from the downed AirAsia airliner.
  • Texas and Oklahoma had combined bowl loss scores of 71-13. (Texas had only 59 yards with only 2 or those coming on the ground.) Not a good day for the Big 12. Makes me nervous for TCU and Baylor. 
  • Mrs. LL went into a crazy cleaning spree yesterday and put up all the indoor Christmas decorations. 
  • Ordered four Ticket posters from BobandDan.com as a gift and they never arrived. 
  • Mrs. LL went back and re-watched the first four episodes of Breaking Bad. Knowing what ultimately happens make them even better. 
  • Man jumps off bridge. Walks away like it was no big deal
  • Sickness is one way to lose weight without having to exercise. I rather be able to jog again.
  • Get ready for "Arctic Blast" news over the next two days.
  • There's been an industrial size bag of Meow Mix in our office kitchen for the last month. I keep looking for a cat. 
  • I guess we'll never know what really was behind the Ron Washington retirement. 
  • Did Dale Hansen do his "Thank God For Kids" segment this year followed by a commentary? Five years or so ago, he really looked like there was something bothering him when he did it. 
  • The Messenger says the alleged robber of a Rhome Bank has been identified as Temple Fern Jernigan who is now in the Tarrant County Jail. I googled the name and found that a Temple Fern Jernigan from Haltom City was murdered in 2008. I haven't done the math, but it's possible that was the son of the guy recently arrested. This appears to be the photo of the robbery suspect. 
  • I'm not sure some of you understood my point yesterday of NYPD cops being disrespectful by turning their backs to the mayor. It happened at a funeral. Someone is dead. You are there to honor the dead. 
  • Sounds like there was another earthquake in Irving this morning. I've lost count of the number. Edit: It appears to be exactly at the site of the old Texas Stadium.