Random Thursday Morning Thoughts

  • Trump meeting with NATO summed up in one photo:
  • "Squirrel!"
  • And this from Fox News regarding Trump's remarks a moment ago: 
  • Chief of Staff John Kelly, who is reported to despise Trump, was obviously disgusted when Trump fired of his Germany Is Controlled By Russia comment. So how did Sarah Huckabee Sanders handle it at a press conference? She, once again, lied.  “[Kelly] was displeased because he was expecting a full breakfast and there were only pastries and cheese.” Sheesh.
  • Mrs. LL is out of town and took a late flight. Once she arrived, she learned the light rail was shut down as well as all of the rental cars booths. She Ubered to the hotel only to learn her room had flooded from above. (They gave her a free room -- across town.) I think she got to bed at 4:00 a.m. 
  • I've always been amazed by those massive warehouses around Alliance Airport. Well, there are going to be two more thanks to Hillwood Development: One of the buildings will have 782,000 square feet and the other will be 500,000 square feet.
  • Stormy Daniels was arrested in Ohio during a performance when she allegedly fondled the breasts and buttocks of undercover officers. There were at least four undercover officers in the club. (Uh, too many cops?) This is one screwed up country. (But she takes a heck of a book-in photo.) 
  • Papa John's founder resigns after using the N Word during a conference call. Bad pizza will never be the same. 
  • Caviar? The government will try to seize anything
  • The Pre-Season All Big 12 team is out. Odd: Tech, which hasn't played defense in the last decade, has three first team defensive players. OU has none. (Another oddity: Texas only had one player named. That tied Baylor.)
    That's a lot of hair.
  • Ted Cruz's opponent might not beat him this time, but change is a comin'. 
  • Tony Romo, for some reason, has agreed to do ads for an often mocked car dealership. I can't stress this enough: Romo sounds absolutely goofy
  • Heard this the other day in light of self-driving cars soon to become common place: A child born today will never have a driver's license. 
  • My Family Unit uses the Life 360 app. Based upon cell phones and GPS, we know where everyone is at any given time. You know, I don't mind that a bit. (But I would hate to be a teenager in this day and time. How are you supposed to do Hood Rat stuff like I did on the mean streets of Bridgeport?)