Bag of Randomness

  • lOShLuNI’ve had some sort of stomach bug for the last two days.
  • WifeGeeding and I had one of those knock-out-drag-out fights, one of those that last for more than a day.  Gosh, I hate those.  You don’t realize how much you appreciate and love something until the reality of losing them comes within sight.
  • Every time I hear “Shut Up And Dance” by Walk The Moon, my first thought is that it’s a perfect blend of 80’s and 90’s music.
  • Last night’s ‘Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ had perhaps one of the best choreographed fight scenes I’ve ever seen on network television.
  • I’m surprised CBS11 isn’t going to keep Tammy Dombeck as their morning traffic reporter, but then again, I guess they think a former NFL cheerleader will bring in more viewers.
  • Here’s a New York Times Article about chaplains in the NBA, which all teams have.  They work on a volunteer basis and usually an hour before a game, there’s some sort of devotion or Bible study lesson that goes on.  Some coaches want to emphasize that God isn’t a good-luck charm, a while many players enjoy it and learn from it, others just attend because of peer pressure.  There’s also a concern that some chaplains have ulterior motives.
  •  Today’s dose of TEXAS!
  • On last night’s ‘Late Show’, Letterman gave an audience member about 30 ties because she simply asked for them.  Also on the show was a clip of both him and Micahel Keaton as background dancers for a Mary Tyler Moore variety show.  It was so funny seeing Dave painstakingly go through the motions.
  • President Obama wears a Fitbit Surge.
  • NASA’s shape-shifting plane wings pass initial flight tests
  • A nice picture of the Dallas skyline after a storm via @landonjh.
  • What It Feels Like to Shoot With the Military’s Experimental Smart Scope
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One Response to Bag of Randomness

  1. Larry says:

    Sorry to hear you and the missus are not getting along. I believe the phrase is knock-down-drag-out.

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