The Campaign For DA

2.05.2016

Random Friday Morning Thoughts


  • I don't know if the story told to WFAA by the girlfriend of Johnny Football is true but, regardless, he is done. The guy is a moron. When he made the "money sign" after being drafted (late) in the first round should of told us everything.
  • Johnny's ordeal started at Hotel ZaZa in Uptown. I was in that place once and saw a lady with a high tone purse that looked like a Yorkie.  I've never been back. 
  • Recent Denton County book in photos of people who almost qualify as Random Thought Girls: One. Two
  • Crystal City, Texas: "A grand jury indictment alleges City Manager and City Attorney William James Jonas III; Mayor Ricardo Lopez; Mayor Pro-Tem Rogelio Mata; Councilman Roel Mata and former Councilman Gilbert Urrabazo accepted more than $12,000 in bribes from a contractor wanting to do business with the city." Government vs. Government = Your Tax Dollars at work. 
  • Breaking Unemployment Rate News: It is now down to 4.9%. (Wordkyle in 3 . . . 2. . . 1)
  • The water is now safe to drink in the North Fort Worth / Haslet area? How does it go from dangerous to safe within 24 hours? Considering the water in pipelines, that is not possible.
  • The largest cross in the history of ever is about to be built in the state of Texas. 
  • I'm not saying it's my birthday (I almost forgot) but one of my photoshop friends reminded me of it with this today:
  • Comedic genius, sir. 
  • A massive, and I do mean massive, crane collapsed in NYC this morning.
  • Latest commercial scam: "You're not overweight. It's just water based bloating."
  • I mention this from time to time: Not too long ago the Messenger's Update would (legally) print who was admitted to the local hospital. That seems so insane now. But there was more than one occasion where I saw a name and picked up the phone to make sure someone was OK.
  • "He is a Muslim" - WBAP's Hal Jay yesterday talking about the President. Even goofy sidekick Brian Estridge said, "You can't say that." Jay's response: "I just did."