If you put on your best pair of walking shoes tomorrow morning and walked one mile every day for a year, you’d be in Memphis by next February, which isn’t very far at all, but I hear Graceland is worth visiting at least once, even if it’s just to say you’ve been.
Everyone has pet peeves – the actions, statements, and just general inconveniences that drive us crazy. Every list is different in content and length, but everyone has at least one. I won’t force you to read my entire list, but here are some big ones in no particular order.
One of the four things that is covered in the Texas License to Carry (LTC) a handgun course is, “The use of Deadly Force.” It’s usually the first topic covered by the instructor and the last is, “Non-Violent Conflict Resolution.” The idea is that the LTC student leave with the impression that using a handgun is a last resort only.
AUSTIN — Texas Deputy Solicitor General Matthew Frederick on Feb. 6 defended the Electoral College system in a case before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Frederick, arguing on behalf of Gov. Greg Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton, maintained that Texas’ method of appointing presidential electors is consistent with the U.S. Constitution’s requirement that “each state shall appoint, in such manner as the legislature thereof may direct, a number of electors, equal to the number of senators and representatives to which the state may be entitled in Congress.”
“Come here Kitty, Kitty, Kitty. That’s a good Kitty, Kitty.” First off, my name ain’t “Kitty.” It’s Thomas. Not Tommy, not Tumpkins, not Tom Boy or Tomerino. Just plain Thomas. And haven’t we talked about you not using that “baby talk”? It embarrasses me in front of my posse. Hey, is that food I smell? “I’ve got a big bowl of your favorite nibbles. Come and get it.”