Random Friday Morning Thoughts

If a case was a dog back in the day, I just killed it. 

  • Not related to above. I think.  

  • The brouhaha over "woke" in the Decatur ISD school board elections got people fired up yesterday in early voting. 

  • It wasn't the guests on the Jerry Springer Show that convinced me we were headed towards Idiocracy, it was his live audience. They might have represented the real America all along.

  • And then he posed for a picture with her and signed her backpack that she had with her at the Capitol. “Listen, you just hang in there,” Trump told the woman. “You guys are gonna be okay.”   It's just all so inconceivable.

  • I don't know how or why schools put up with nutty parents. And I don't know why they are so scared of loud-mouths who think they are the arbiters of all of standards and the rulers of all other parents. 

  • And then there are times I just stare at my screen in amazement. 

  • Nerdy political stuff which I find kind of interesting. 

  • Random photo published today by the Jimmy Carter National Library this morning. 

  • Other than the Cowboys drafting someone named "Mazi", the only other interesting thing was watching Kentucky's QB all evening fail to get drafted while his girlfriend, who dressed like she was going to the Academy Awards, grew concerned. 

  • 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, 297 days.