Random Tuesday Morning Thoughts


  • Texas Hospitalizations: +130. That ends the streak of declining days. 

  • It's Pardon and Clemency Day. 
  • Reporter from ABC's affiliate station KOCO in Oklahoma City: 

  • Tomorrow morning, Trump and Ms. Be Best will not stick around to greet the Bidens as they arrive at the White House.  

  • When it is all said and done, Dominion might own MyPillow. Those boys aren't messing around in these defamation suits.  But he might be out of business before then: Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl's, Wayfair, and HEB have dropped the product

  • A couple of MyPillow Guy screenshots from yesterday:

  • Compare and contrast these headlines:

  • There were a ton of racists celebrating MLK Day yesterday. You don't get to come out one day a year and throw some hollow words at a cause you don't believe in. 

  • Remember when Trump threatened to unleash "vicious dogs" on protestors last summer if they got close to the White House? At the time, I didn't know about this art work at the Kelly Ingram Park in Birmingham, Alabama.

  • "But what I would submit to you what happened on January 6th [the Capitol riots] was not done at the hands of Trump supporters. I don't know who they were. Antifa? Black Lives Matter? Any random anarchist group for hire out there? Who knows." -- Rick Roberts, host on WBAP, yesterday afternoon at 3:35 p.m.  This is the type of crap being spewed by right wing radio every day. (And this guy ain't far behind Alex Jones, but for some reason WBAP thinks his is worthy of being on the air.) 

  • I have no idea if this video of people running through what looks like a Cabela's is real. The caption reads "Every morning when you work for a store that sells ammo." I can see it happening, though. 

  • Want to see a criminal defense lawyer who shouldn't be a criminal defense lawyer? She wanted her client/inmate to take a plea deal, he didn't want to do it, and she wants to withdraw because she "has been to the jail five times." The end is quite the shocker. 

  • For the first time in my life, I visited something on Saturday which has been in my back yard the entire time: Fort Richardson State Park.  Verdict: Pretty cool if you have an understanding of the Comanches around and after the Civil War time period. Side note: Jacksboro seems to be doing a lot better than it used to.  Second side note: I don't think David Spiller needs to necessarily blanket his home town in campaign signs for his Texas legislative bid. Good lord, sir. They are everywhere.