Random Friday Morning Thoughts

Shaq visited Gov. Chris Christie on March 21, 2013.

  • This seems a little concerning from overnight:

    • And if that gets your attention, wait until you learned we've already responded with airstrikes

  • My highly paid and trained weather team was spot on with its prediction this morning.


  • Two people were found shot to death in a car at an apartment complex in Denton not far from the mall early this morning. 

  • The leader of the Republican Party went full Hitler on his social media platform all day yesterday and into the middle of the night:
    •  He posted a picture of him holding a baseball bat next to the Manhattan DA.

    • He called the black D.A. an "animal" (good lord!) and also said he was "Soros backed" (read "Jew backed.")

    • And he promises "death and destruction."  I cannot believe what I'm seeing. It's all out in plain sight.  It's a call to arms to the Stormtroopers. 

    • And he even posted this computer generated picture yesterday.  

  • Meanwhile, we still are having the fallout from his last Insurrection.  One of his groupies received three years in prison yesterday. Not enough. 

  • But the alternative candidate was making headlines yesterday on Fox News as well:

  • Since the district judge in Montague County is stepping down, Gov. Abbott will get to appoint a successor. Applications are currently being submitted.

  • This is nuts and should be on the front page of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Last week, the wife of the Tarrant County D.A. stood up in front of a crowd with a microphone, introduced herself as such, and told them the way to get school librarians arrested for having objectionable books in the library is to bypass the D.A. and go directly to the grand jury. And, disturbingly, she added that the strategy would work because grand jurors "look a lot like us." Video (with captions).

  • Dak Prescott got a new full leg tattoo. That's dumb, but knock yourself out.

  • There is no way Zeke Elliott has offers from these three teams. I'm still not convinced anyone will want him.  

  • Liberally Lean Leaderboard.
  • Time which has passed since the Wise County Sheriff's Office, despite having a full male DNA profile, has failed to solve the murder of Lauren Whitener in her home at Lake Bridgeport: 3 years, 263 days.