Bag of Randomness for Thursday, January 11, 2017

  • So far for 2018, I’m 5 of 8 when it comes to inserting a USB device correctly the first time. However, it seems like my keys are always in the pants pocket I’m not reaching into.
  • I’m surprised at the number of drivers I see accelerate towards a red light when it’s obvious it’s not going to change before they get there. I guess they don’t care about inertia or extending brake life.
  • People really like their Toyotas –  These Are The Cars People Keep For 15 Years
  • Sears had a miserable, miserable Christmas – Sales at Sears and Kmart stores plunged during November and December. At stores open at least 12 months, sales fell between 16% and 17%.
  • For those of you who own a Google Home device, Google created a new website to help you understand everything it can do.
  • Two North Texas faith leaders are locked in a legal battle over the naming rights of their churches. At issue is whether an upstart church, Lift Frisco, is infringing on the trademarked name of LIFT Community Church in Trinity Groves in West Dallas. | Dallas Morning News Article
  • GIF – A plethora of tumbleweeds tubleweeding in the Odessa area.
  • GIF – No one, no one, has completed an obstacle course better than this dude.
  • A crazy construction accident in Austin, no serious injuries and only one hospital transport.
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2 Responses to Bag of Randomness for Thursday, January 11, 2017

  1. Ben W. says:

    Wait…you don’t put your keys in the same pants pocket every single time? THE HORROR.

  2. Bryan says:

    I would be completely lost if I didn’t put my car keys in the same pocket every time. I’ve been known to freak out when I mix it up and put my keys in a jacket pocket.

    We’ve been Toyota owners for almost 5 years now. I drive a Camry and my wife has a Highlander. I can definitely see driving both well past 10 years. They’re great cars. And that follows up my wife driving a Nissan for 9 years and me driving a Chevrolet for 17 years (245k miles).

    And not to drag up a topic from yesterday or beat a dead horse, but your wife is right about being at your surgery. If, God forbid, the unthinkable happens, you don’t want her to not be there.

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