Random Friday Morning Thoughts

By the end of the week 10 years ago, one of the Boston bombers was dead and the other captured. As they media instigated their backgrounds, one of them was found to have been just a regular high school wrestler. 

  • I told you time and time again this prosecution was stupid and would never go anywhere. The prosecutors never had any idea what they were doing.

  • I get a sense that there is a growing war brewing in Decatur over the upcoming school bond election. 
  • Elon Musk had a fabulous day yesterday: (1) His rocket blew up, but he spun it as a 'rapid unscheduled disassembly', (2) Twitter got rid of blue check marks which now means you don't know who is real, and (3) Tesla released its earnings and the stock plummeted 10%.

  • I alerted you to this bill when it was filed, but I didn't think it would get any traction. Well, the crazy Texas Senate just passed it. I don't think the House will be that dumb, but they just might be. 

  • This story is so glorious. 

  • Nothing says "free and fair" elections more than a bunch of guys in matching uniforms with guns watching over you

  • No way! A Trump Insurrectionist is also the kind of guy who would open fire on Texas deputies.

  • Preach on. Cut to its core, a fine only punishes those who cannot afford it.

  • I still hate that Dominion let Fox News off the hook by letting them just write a check, albeit for a staggering amount, yet I still get satisfaction by all the names with "pending" beside them.

  • Nothing legally significant about it, but an "open plea" before the judge in Wise County which resulted in a 40 year sentence last year was affirmed yesterday by the Fort Worth Court of Appeals. 
  • 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, 290 days.