Random Thursday Morning Thoughts

  • The Update reports that "several" tractor trailers collided last night on 1810 at 3:00 a.m. Several? Isn't that more than a "few"? They said details are forthcoming.
  • Rudy Guiliani might have broken the levee last night: "I never said there was no collusion between the campaign or between people in the campaign . . .  I said the President of the United States [didn't collude with Russia].” (If I'm Donald Jr. or Kushner, I wouldn't be too happy with daddy's dumb lawyer.) Keep moving the goalposts, buddy.
  • Remember when this actually happened?
  • Delkus is throwing "snow" around again. Let me tell you what is going to happen: A fairly big cold front is going to hit at 5:15 a.m. on Saturday morning. Temperatures will continue to fall almost to freezing until about 10:00 a.m. but then the  sun will allow the temp to fight back up to the lower 40s. It'll drop below freezing Saturday night. There is zero percent chance of even seeing a flurry of snow in the sky. Book it. 
  • I didn't know Mike Huckabee, who is notorious for bad humor on Twitter, had a Youtube show. Here are three quick loading clips which might be as bad as anything you've ever seen. But his audience, who looks exactly like you would expect, eats it up.
  • This young lady is a modern day Mr. Smith Goes To Washington. Not only can she dance, she'll tell you what's going on. And she's right: Any bill from the House funding the government without The Wall would pass the Senate if McConnell would let them vote. But he's not going to put other vulnerable GOP senators up for election in 2020 in a bind.
  • "A Georgia man is accused of plotting to attack the White House and other targets, including the Statue of Liberty. Hasher Jallal Taheb, 21, was arrested Wednesday following a yearlong FBI investigation." I've ranted about this for over a decade. The FBI goes online and sucks in a guy who has no practical way of doing any terrorist act. But they set him up with fake terror tools, arrest him, and then act like they've stopped the next 9/11. It happens like clockwork about every three or four years.
  • If the Feds did the same online sting to on the "Blood and Soil" guys and baited them into thinking they were going to bomb a black church, they could arrest far more people.
  • Mrs. LL watches The Office non-stop. An that is only a very, very slight exaggeration. (The Dinner Party is my favorite, by the way.)
  • The Aggies now have a former coach on the College Football Playoff Committee. Former Alabama star Jalen Hurts is going to OU. And to make the day worse for the Evil Empire, backup QB Shane Buchele is leaving.
  • Trump was quiet after Pelosi pulled the power play yesterday an uninvited him to appear in the House for the State of the Union. But he finally woke up this morning. So did his spelling errors.
  • I'm surprised this doesn't happen more often.
  • I'm sure you saw this (and the "have a seat over here" jokes), but it's amazing anyone gets hit with a hot check charge in 2019. 
  • For the second morning in a row, a small earthquake hit near San Francisco. They always says the big one is coming.