The Campaign For DA

11.27.2015

Random Friday Morning Thoughts



  • I'm still battling sickness, but I think I may have turned the corner. Note to self: Don't try to run a Turkey Trot when you are sick. It will not end well.
  • I'm probably not as sick as Tony Romo is this morning.
  • I went and saw a doctor a couple of days ago who just happens to be African American and who has the attitude Wanda Sykes. We actually had a mini-war between the two of us and she said at least twice, "Don't you cut your eyes at me!" as I looked at her with slight disdain. (Even though she did tell me to, "Walk down the hallway past those people and turn around and come back" in which I told her "No, I will not." She replied with an angry voice of a black woman, "Oh, yes, you WILL." I did it.) I love that woman.
  • There is one person in this world who thinks I'm faking this illness. I don't know how that is possible. And, as someone can confirm, you do not want to be in my figurative cross-hairs.
  • If you camp out for Black Friday, you aren't very smart. 
  • The floors in my house are a mess and haven't been replaced in 15 years. We had an independent contractor come over to give us an estimate to replace them and he was fascinating. Somehow we ended up talking about Costa Rica and I learned he had been to the same small village Mrs. LL and I stayed in years ago. He was an older an unusual guy and obviously a former hippie. I had a bizarre "feeling" and actually asked him if he was part of the book "In Search of Captain Zero: A Surfer's Road Trip Beyond the End of the Road." He denied it but I'm not sure I believe him because he paused a little too long. The "end of the road" part of the title refers to the obscure village.
  • Georgia Sheriff is catching some heat:
  • The Texas Tech/Texas game was beyond fantastic. And the little-guy-hiding-behind-the-line play that Tech used to seal the game may have been one of the most fantastic things I've ever seen. (And watching Coach Bro celebrate made me smile.)




22 comments:

Anonymous said...

If your physician reminds you of Wanda Sykes...

well, I'm sorry- I don't even know where to start.

Anonymous said...

Middle Eastern Tranny....way to troll!

Anonymous said...

People who sit in trees for days just to shoot a deer are not very smart, either. Or that spend days in a car just to drive to a football game that is on TV, etc. I've noticed that people who camp out for a night at Best Buy do it more for fun and as a get-together than to save a few dollars. But, OK...they're stupid.

Anonymous said...

Skippy, How did you react when she told you to turn your head and cough?

Anonymous said...

Don't like feisty doctors. Should be more mellow and relaxed.

DF Dr. Marcus Welby

Anonymous said...

Jerry rushed Romo back too soon, even if he only pressured him on the down-low. That old man should spend his remaining years at strip bars and not Valley Ranch. Pass the team management to Stephen or Rowdy.

DF Barry Switzer

Anonymous said...

Outstanding random girl today. you've outdone yourself…!

Anonymous said...

I'm catching up for the week on your posts. I saw your comments on Tuesday that alarmed me the most about Dr. Jeffress at First Baptist Church being wrong on his statements, and that the deacons should call him out and all.

My pastor from Denton Bible posted this today. I say he is 100% right on and so is Dr. Jeffress.

It's long but it's worth the read:

"Pastor Robert Jeffress last Sunday spoke out on Islam being a Satanic religion like Hinduism, Buddhism, and all others. Pastor Jeffress was right if the Bible is true. He is right if Christ is divine and His word true. (John 14:6) He is right if God is holy, to be approached only by His chosen divine sacrifice in Jesus Christ. (Rom. 3:21-24) For 20 centuries, no one would have offered any challenge to Robert’s simply true statement of Biblical salvation. Now there is a hubbub for one reason, the country we are in is not the country we were in. America was built upon plurality and individual choice. Truth is now relative to personal opinion. But everyone can’t be right or agreed with.

But Robert (bless his soul) is in Dallas where people make massive hubbubs about what is being said everywhere else (like Denton), but nobody cares (like Denton). I say the same things every couple of Sundays but no one notices. Robert makes the news. Even the old guys at Cracker Barrel don’t care what I said.

Robert also said the Islamic killings were consistent with basic Islam (“conquer or destroy”). He was right. The SMU religion professor who disagreed has the tepid, beige blood that SMU profs have forever had. SMU sponsors opinions, not truth. They have always had the sparkle of manure in a lantern. The Islamic authority who also criticized Jeffress was a Muslim who has been totally Americanized. No true Muslim would claim him.

Good ol’ man Robert. I pray for you weekly.

Y’all sit tight-We will win.

-H. Thomas Nelson"

Anonymous said...

2:30 Is that you Eddie Murphy?

DF Honey Dip

Anonymous said...

if u truly tried to run a turkey trot while still sick then damn son u are fkn stupid. You can't fix that kind of stupid.

Anonymous said...

How long has Black Friday been around? I was curious and searched its use. Looks like it was invented out of nowhere in 2003.

http://www.google.com/trends/explore#q=black%20friday

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Anonymous said...

There was a santa at the home depot today. And a girl dressed up like a reindeer. I don't get it. The muslims deserve the planet for a millennium or so. We became stupid

Anonymous said...

Camping out for black Friday, or running the turkey trot while battling the flu. Who is stupid?

Anonymous said...

So public stonings, honor killings, arranged marriages with underage girls, and the overall misogyny of Islam is somehow better than a Santa and a reindeer in your twisted mind? Please don't ever vote or have children.

Anonymous said...

How bout them Horned Frogs!!! And the classless Briles wouldn't even shake hands after the game.

Anonymous said...

Thank god you won't ever have kids and the gene pool stops when you die.

Anonymous said...

When do TCU and bayler play?
I know Boykin and Doctson are hurt so bayler should beat the Frogs handily.

Did the baylur coach, who spied on OU during the Tulsa game, emerge unscathed?

Anonymous said...

So much for your great sports predictions. Who said fans would not keep the home field advantage in the bad weather (Barry Green). Great job by both defenses and all in right with the world as the best team won. Mark up another non-win for Baylor.

Anonymous said...

Looks like the only heat he received is from the lame arse newspaper.

Every one else seems to be in support.

Anonymous said...

I salute the Georgia sheriff--he has balls!!