Bag of Randomness for Thursday, February 17, 2022

  • Cowboys paid $2.4 million to settle cheerleaders’ voyeurism allegations against senior team executive Richard Dalrymple
    • Each of the women received $399,523.27 after the incident. One of the cheerleaders alleged that she clearly saw Richard Dalrymple, the Cowboys’ longtime senior vice president for public relations and communications, standing behind a partial wall in their locker room with his iPhone extended toward them while they were changing their clothes, according to several people with knowledge of the events and letters later sent by attorneys for the cheerleaders to the team. Dalrymple gained entry to the back door of the cheerleaders’ locked dressing room by using a security key card.
    • Dalrymple also was accused by a lifelong Cowboys fan of taking “upskirt” photos of Charlotte Jones Anderson, a team senior vice president and the daughter of team owner Jerry Jones, in the Cowboys’ war room during the 2015 NFL draft, according to documents obtained by ESPN and interviews.
      • I thought something was up when Dalrymple left so unexpectedly and with little fanfare after so many years of dedicated service. If you are wondering just how important that man was to the organization, take into consideration when the NFL made the America’s Game edition for the last Cowboys Super Bowl victory. They chose only three people from the organization to provide commentary. It’s usually always players and coaches, but for some reason, Dalrymple, the PR guy, got one of those coveted spots.
      • For anyone wondering why Jerry wouldn’t fire him immediately for taking up skirt pictures of his daughter, you have to consider this man was responsible for burying and hiding every potential damaging thing about the organization since Jerry bought the team. He has so much on Jerry he could blackmail him for anything. And when businessmen make it big, they don’t care about the sin, they only care about loyalty.
  • My ex refuses to be nice or do anything accommodating. Yesterday was our son’s 10th birthday. Our daughter was not well enough to go to school and stayed with me, and I picked the birthday boy up from school. My daughter and her mother no longer have a healthy relationship and see a counselor almost weekly. My house is on the way to the counselor’s office from either her apartment or place of employment. Normally, I drive the kids to the counselor and we exchange the kids there. But yesterday, our son requested we eat cookie cake at my house after their counseling session. So that the birthday boy could enjoy his day and wouldn’t have to ride along for his sister to be dropped off at the counseling session she and her mother were going to, I asked my ex if should could pick up our daughter at my house since it’s along the way. As expected, she said no and didn’t provide a reason.
  • It was weird having my ex inside my house. The last time she came over, I caught her snooping around. I have no doubt she was making mental notes to tell her mother and sister how tacky of a place I live in.
  • US approves new headlights that won’t blind oncoming drivers
    • The headlights, commonly used in Europe, have LED lamps that can focus beams on darkness such as the driver’s lane and areas along the roadside. They also lower the intensity of the light beams if there’s oncoming traffic. Camera sensors and computers help determine where the light should go.
  • Drunk sisters take off clothes, fight at Disney World
  • Cynthia Perkins: Teacher who fed students cupcakes laced with husband’s sperm gets 41 years in jail
    • A Louisiana teacher has been given 41 years of jail time after she pleaded guilty to several child sex crimes, including feeding cupcakes to students laced with her husband’s sperm. Cynthia Perkins was arrested along with her husband Dennis in October 2019 and slapped with 150 felony charges, including rape, child pornography, sexual battery of a child, and video voyeurism.
  • I had no idea the man responsible for this was from my hometown of Mineral Wells – D Magazine – The Great Frisco Caper – How America’s fastest-growing city fueled its success with professional sports and a financing scheme so clever that the state of Texas had to make it illegal.
    • No other city of Frisco’s size is based in a top-five media market and is involved with all of the country’s five largest professional sports leagues, to say nothing of hosting the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) national championship game, an additional college football bowl game (the Tropical Smoothie Cafe Frisco Bowl), one of the country’s premier esports teams (Complexity), or the constant stream of youth sports. Up next is the PGA of America, which has built two 18-hole golf courses and is relocating its headquarters from Florida to create an enormous mixed-use development that includes a hotel and convention center.“Sports City USA” has become more than a marketing moniker. Frisco seized on a novel financing strategy to fuel a professional sports boom that helped drive and sustain a population explosion. It truly is a unique American experiment. And it all started with a God-fearing city manager who wasn’t afraid to make a big bet.
  • Lolong was the largest crocodile in captivity. He was a saltwater crocodile measured at 6.17 m (20 ft 3 in), and weighed 1,075 kg (2,370 lb), making him one of the largest crocodiles ever measured from snout-to-tail. Hunted over a period of three weeks, it took around 100 people to bring him onto land.
  • This place is in Bellville. Here’s a straightforward review.
    Saw the sign, had to stop, curiosity killed the cat. Politics aside, I’d encourage anyone who loves a good burger and might happen to love where we live to enjoy one. Surprisingly diverse mix of clientele and all there for one reason I’d guess, is this place legit? The burger speaks for itself. It was not a Pro-Trump crowd is my guess but burger loving. Strongly recommend…

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