The Campaign For DA

9.09.2016

Random Friday Morning Thoughts




  • That Arochi trial is a must follow. (DMN reporter does it here). And I'm beginning to think the prosecution doesn't know what they are doing. After not prepping the missing girl's parents the day before, they tried to start the trial out by calling the missing girl's boyfriend as a witness to prove he didn't do it. You kidding me!? The boyfriend -- who is in federal prison for drug dealing -- pleaded the Fifth. What a cluster.
  • That boyfriend is doing time after an undercover investigation revealed he was connected to drug deals and a club in north Dallas which had all night dance parties and where one young lady overdosed one night. (Fox 4 staked out the club to catch the partygoers leaving after dawn.) But get this: It was revealed yesterday that during the undercover investigation the boyfriend had sold dope to an officer eight times. 
  • There is a Samsung virtual reality commercial showing people's reaction to watching whatever it is that can be broadcast in those headsets. Once that technology explodes, we are going to live in one very, very weird world. 
  • "Virtual reality" is perfectly named. It's fake real. Literally.  
  • It seems only yesterday there was the first flat panel TV commercial which for some reason demo'd a TV mounted on the ceiling above a bed. Right? But I remember thinking then that flat panels would never take off -- too expensive.  
  • So much going on here . . . 
  • A Baylor University football fan and an administrative assistant at First Baptist Church of Nacogdoches is suing Baylor for over $1 million because she fell into the Brazos River outside of  the school's McLane Stadium last year.
  • Very random yet great article I read about an NFL player who has seemingly and quickly dropped out of sight: Former Oklahoma State great Justin Blackmon.
  • Billboards in Waco have some people worked up . . . 
  • A "Tammy from Paradise" called The Ticket this morning to be a "guest picker" for football games. I'm certain she's called in before. (She said she was on her way to work in Irving which has to be the biggest beating of a commute.)


35 comments:

Anonymous said...

In other news concerns about HRC's health are “serious—could be disqualifying for the position of President of the U.S.,” say 71% of 250 physicians responding to a survey by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS).

SPEAKS VOLUMES OF THE HEALTH AND FITNESS OF OUR NEXT LEADER DOESN'T IT?

Anonymous said...

I spy some thigh gap on today's RTG!

Triple Fake... said...

So much going on here . . .
No. 2 Oklahoma is perpetually trying to unseat Florida as the most wheels-off state in the nation, but Fla. is deep at every position. The coordinated Superman shirts is a nice touch

Baylor lawsuit:
"failing to warn Mayfield of the dangerous condition caused by the unmarked steps"
All steps, or changes in elevation, are dangerous when you aren't paying attention. Suppose she had fell while stepping backward on a slightly declining slope? Would a sign be necessary to warn her of that, too?

Goudy: I believe you testified that you backed away from old man Wharton?
Rooster Cogburn: Yes, sir.
Goudy: Which direction were you going?
Cogburn: Backward. I always go backward when I'm backin' away!

Anonymous said...

Billboards in Waco have some people worked up . . . which includes Obammy and all the rest of the liberal weenies.

Anonymous said...

That Oklahoma incest family needs to get cable. Too much free time on their hands.

DF CenturyLink Cable
DF ask about our special family plans

Anonymous said...

Tammy from Paradise got me thinking....

Whatever happened to our Paradise Model? Haven't heard from her lately.

That commute would be a beating. I have a relative who drives daily from Jacksboro to DFW Airport. Used to drive to Alliance. Can't imagine doing that for years, and she has done it for 25 years.

Anonymous said...

The incestuous daughter from Oklahoma could have been an Olympic gymnast with a smirk like that.

Denney Crane said...

Does the Oklahoma mom have Arkansas roots?

Anonymous said...

"It was revealed yesterday that during the undercover investigation the boyfriend had sold dope to an officer eight times."

So. What's the problem? Can't imagine you, of all people, having a problem with that!

John said...

Because you mentioned a former NFL player and OSU, I thought i would recommend a 30 for 30 episode on ESPN about Marcus DuPree. Very interesting...

Anonymous said...

A black man in Chicago was shot and killed last night by another black man but you didn't hear about it on the news because he wasn't shot by a police officer.

Anonymous said...

Why wasn't the Oklahoma mom arrested for marrying her son? Is it only against the law to marry your daughter?

Anonymous said...

Virtual reality. Fake but accurate.
DF Dan Rather

Anonymous said...

In other news concerns about HRC's health are “serious—could be disqualifying for the position of President of the U.S.,” say 71% of 250 physicians responding to a survey by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS). The other 29% of physicians should have their licenses revoked.

Anonymous said...

That boyfriend is doing time after an undercover investigation revealed he was connected to drug deals and a club in north Dallas which had all night dance parties and where one young lady overdosed one night.


If only drugs were legal, this would never happen and there would be no crimes ever!

Anonymous said...

I saw "No. 2 Oklahoma" and wanted to jump on you for ignoring the Coogs, but I read a couple more words and figured it out.

You had to work your way to it, but excellent movie quote, TF. That piss-ant lawyer had a hard time with Rooster. I hate witnesses like that.

Rage

Anonymous said...

Denney, yes she does and so does Hillary.

Anonymous said...

I bet their sex life is Super

Anonymous said...

Skippy, you probably thought cell phones wouldn't take off either, huh?

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile the Republicans nominate a habitual liar ,rude bully, uninformed, mentally ill, egomaniac who can't speak a coherent sentence and admires a foreign leader who is a virtual dictator and hopes his spy's will interfere with an American Presidential election.


SPEAKS VOLUMES FOR THE HEALH AND FITNESS FOR HIM AND HIS SUPPORTERS DOESN'T IT???



Anonymous said...

@11:27

You are not able to type a coherent sentence, so presumably you are not qualified for the nomination either?

End apostrophe abuse. *spies

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile the Republicans nominate a habitual liar ,rude bully, uninformed, mentally ill, egomaniac who can't speak a coherent sentence and admires a foreign leader(Castro) who is a virtual dictator. 11:27, I hate to have to correct a loinfo liberal weenie but Hillary is a democrat. I hope that is a permanent tattoo of "I am a moron" on your forehead so that we will know it's you.

Anonymous said...

George Soros is promoting online voting. I see no room for voter fraud in that at all.

Bear said...

Isn't the OK family what the liberals are pushing for? You should be able to marry anyone you want. Even anything you want?

Anonymous said...

10:35
For the win…….

Not Sam

NoseALot said...

Yes, the RTG has a thigh gap; but does she have the ever popular Bikini Bridge?

Anonymous said...

My question is who married them? Warren Jeffs?

IP

Anonymous said...

I spoke volumes one time.

Anonymous said...

11:27-----------------

His spy's what?

Anonymous said...

11:27 Great defense, they both suck so pick mine

Anonymous said...

Yes, I confess to a mistake in my word choice spies not spy's is correct. I will say 3 Hail Mary's and force myself to listen to Trump spout the virtues Putin for 10 minutes as punishment. I will point out no response as to the content only personal attacks so far , as expected. Congrats boys and girls you learn from your fearless leader well. Also , the typical assumption that since I dare question your moronic leader I must be a liberal Hillary supporter. Alas , I must disappoint you but there are some of us who refuse to vote for either major party candidate, so no I'm am not defending or voting for Clinton. However ,there are a few errors in my answer so you can have something to bitch about.

Anonymous said...

RTG looks like she may have ringworm on her boob

Anonymous said...

The Oklahoma couple are said to have a lot in common ,her son her brother !

Anonymous said...

Before you criticize our family arrangement, remember the advantages:
1. don't have to change monograms on towels - same last name.
2. don't have to change address or names on driver licenses.
3. save on Valentines Day - one bunch of flowers covers both Mom & Wife (me!).
4. save on Xmas gifts - see #3 above.
5. no expensive MATCH.COM membership - just shout down the hallway of the trailer.
6. when you run through the sons/daughters, start on the 38 nieces/nephews.
7. you always save on dinner out because a kid (my spouse) eats free at I-HOP.

DF Oklahoma Super Mom

Anonymous said...

Virtual does not mean fake. And some "virtual reality" uses are for actual situations...like remote medicine for which a doctor can enter into a virtual situation but actually control things on the other end. It's not fake. Learn more.