Random Monday Morning Thoughts

  • High Crimes:
  • This guy is losing it. I don't even know what that means. Edit: Man, I had no idea how many of you "New Covenant" guys like to pick and choose from the Old Testament. (My favorite verse is that eating shellfish is an "abomination".)  And I kind of remember something about Jesus saying, "Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's." But what do I know? And that First Amendment thing actually means something. 
  • Speaking of losing their minds, Junior is truly losing it. And Cruz isn't far behind. 
  • And Ted Cruz thought it would be a good idea to attack Mark Hamill on this of all weekends. Hamill responded by pointing out that Cruz misspelled his name and reminded him that his Twitter account has tweeted out porn before. Specifically, "Maybe you're just distracted from watching porn at the office again."
  • I have, amazingly, never seen What's Eating Gilbert Grape. I caught the last 20 minutes of it over the weekend and it looked great.
  • Boise State receivers doing a dance move before a play was bizarre. And, even though they scored, it really didn't have any impact on the defense. (And the one guy needs to learn how to tackle.)
  • It doesn't look good for John McCain.
  • The Ecstasy Ewok is one weird guy: 
  • Sarah Palin's son was arrested for domestic violence. 
  • We now have a federal appellate judge resign after "inappropriate sexual conduct or comments.
  • Of all the weird moments in the Cowboys game last night, the fake punt might have been the weirdest. That might be most non-Jason Garrett call I've ever seen. 
  • Sometimes you just have to think things through. 
  • The Carolina Panthers are up for sale after allegations of "sexual misconduct" surfaced. I wonder if any other NFL owners are nervous. (Side note: And it will be great to learn the fair market value of an NFL franchise.)
  • One of the most interesting things about the Precinct 3 Constable election in Wise County is that someone is running named "Terry Terry." The campaign should simply be, "Terry Terry! Dilly Dilly!"