Random Friday Morning Thoughts

They weren't mad at Clark, who had won the County Judge's race at 28 years old, they were mad at the Messenger.  The letters are reproduced here

  • Fox4Terry was working last night. "A wounded man tried to flee his attacker only to crash into a home and die" on Silver City Drive in northwest Fort Worth. (Side note: I like detectives still wearing long-sleeved white shirts with ties.)

  • This is either a problem of one franchise owner -- who owned all five of the theaters -- or a bigger problem. I'm not sure which.

  • It begins. 

  • Israel continues its reckless killing. I just don't know why they don't admit that they are fine with killing 100 innocent people if it means they killed one member of Hamas.  

  • Not sure I knew this was a federal crime. "Federal authorities said Choi did not obtain the required approval from the Federal Aviation Administration to film the video and he did not have an explosives license or permit from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives." That's a lot of effort for a social media video.

  • He's a whiney guy -- especially for a man who already had one prison conviction pardoned by Trump. 

  • I'm not sure I knew they had any women pastors. They are big on 1 Timothy 2. 

  • Trump is talking crazier and crazier.  Take him at his word.

  • Legal nerdy stuff: I can't say I'm well versed on this fight involving the Llano Public Library but let's just say the Fifth Circuit had a big judge war yesterday. They returned 8 of 17 removed books. Thread.  

  • Legal fun stuff: This is a photo in Yosemite National Park and, yes, there is a federal court there. Explanation

  • 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: 4 years and 339 days.