April 23rd, 2012
NEWScoop: Earth Day Violence, Rice Pride, Bad Fish, a Dunkin’ Bad Scheme and a Search Among Ourselves
Earth Day Activism Taken Too Far
An innocent man was shot multiple times while pumping gas at a Walmart on FM 1960. While theories for the suspect’s motives are kinda flimsy at this time, authorities are not ruling out radical conservation tactics. Visit KHOU for more.
Former Rice Pitcher, Philip Humber has Perfect Game
For those not in the know, that’s no walks, no hits and no errors. Mr. Humber is only the 21st player in Major League Baseball history to achieve this anomaly. Humber’s White Sox beat the Mariners 4-0. Visit TheChron for more.
Bad Fish—No Blue Gills or Tommy Cods
Bigger boat? This father and son fishing duo have been reeling sharks from a pair of kayaks for over a year. If you’re swimming off Galveston’s pocket parks and you hear the unmistakable tune of “Spanish Ladies” being sung by a nine year-old, head for shore. Visit TheChron for more.
Shipley’s Repelled Krispy, Can the Same be Predicted with Dunkin’ at the Gates?
Houstonians like their donuts soft with a slight sugar glazed flaking and shaped about like the tires in a 1950’s Disney cartoon. They also like kolaches. That’s not D’n D. Visit TheChron for more.