Random Monday Morning Thoughts

  • That Bridgeport school bus wreck could have been much worse than it was. 
  • Somehow a sheriff's deputy with Broward County in Florida just casually had a crazy "Q" emblem showing a support for the crazy conspiracy theory group.
  • The Southlake Police Department goes after a Christmas classic:
  • I love the look of Tech's new offensive coordinator (yep, that's really him):
  • This was pretty big news on Friday. Obviously those trying to figure out what happened have never seen the old Twilight Zone episode starring William Shatner.
  • George H.W. Bush has died. The White House issued a prepared statement incorrectly stating he went to Yale and then into WWII. 
  • Bush and Arnold Schwarzenegger at Camp David in 1991.
  • Trump went to the G-20 Summit in Argentina and (1) Appeared in the background as the Saudi Crown Prince and Putin high fived each other, (2) Walked off stage confused not once but twice, and (3) Proved he doesn't have any friends: 
  • Yes, she says some dumb things but it is good to have someone in Congress who will pull back the curtain.
  • Faithful readers sent me this expressing their concern:
  • The Decatur Eagles continue on in the football playoffs. When the season was halfway over they were one of the worst teams in the state at "1-4 and on the heels of a brutal 70-28 loss to Glen Rose." What happened? 
  • Trump, out of the blue and moments ago, just did a complete 180 on military spending. He says it is "crazy" how much his administration has spent. 
  • Mule looks like it would be good if it wasn't directed by and starring Clint Eastwood. After Million Dollar Baby and Grand Torino, we know that it's full of campy dialogue and over the top angst. Oh, and lots of grunting.
  • Messenger: Above The Fold