Rules for Driving in Dallas

One of those emails that floats around. First you must learn to pronounce the city name. It is DAL-LUS, or DAA-LIS depending on if you live inside or outside LBJ Freeway. Next, if your Mapsco is more than a few weeks old, throw it out and buy a new one. If in Denton County and … Continue reading Rules for Driving in Dallas

Dale Hansen on Terrell Owen’s Departure

Dale Hansen is the head sports guy for WFAA TV in the Ft Worth, Texas area. One of my favorites as has always been his "unplugged" segments. This one is about the departure of Terrell Owens from the Dallas Bratboys, I mean Cowboys. Wasn't able to get the video to work but here is the … Continue reading Dale Hansen on Terrell Owen’s Departure

Score One for the Little Guys

The Dallas Baptist Patriots baseball team has been selected to play in the NCAA Division I National Tournament for the 1st time in school history. This is the Patriots 3rd season in Division I play. DBU is the 1st independent team other than Miami to be invited to NCAA Regional tournament since 1992. Congratulations Guys! … Continue reading Score One for the Little Guys

Blessing in Disguise

A tornado destroyed the R.G. Berry Distribution center in San Angelo, TX and as a result 180,000 pairs of new shoes had to be destroyed. The shoes were undamaged but due to insurance regulations the shoes were declared not available for sale or in-country distribution. Alan Wilson of Templeton Construction was charged with disposing of … Continue reading Blessing in Disguise

Tribute to Tejas (Texas)

Today in 1836 the Texican forces under the command of General Sam Houston defeated the Mexican troops led by General Antonio L√≥pez de Santa Anna. The short but decisive battle took place near Buffalo Bayou (Houston). While the Mexican forces were taking a nap, Houston launched an attack on the Mexican camp. By the time … Continue reading Tribute to Tejas (Texas)