September 19th, 2011

NEWScoop: Rain, ‘Merica, Dolphins, Street Art, and Misplaced Priorities

It Rained. It Poured. At Some Point I Snored.
Some people might have thought to dance in the rain. Others to sit on the porch and watch as the heavens finally cried. Me, I took cat naps on the couch in between an alternating rotation of Tim Burton films and anything Eddie Murphy-post Pluto Nash… Visit¬†MyFoxHouston for more on this story.

Do You Think American Flags Grow on Trees?
Members of the Nassau Bay community placed a lot of flags in astronaut, Ron Garan’s front yard. Was this was a polite way of covering dead grass in his absence or an overt gesture of patriotism? There are commies everywhere, starving for the Stars and Stripes and they’ve concentrated on an American hero. You’re preaching to the choir… Visit ABC13 for more on this story.

Sealife is Outmatched by Fire Breathing Bulls
Texans improved to 2-0 as they overran the secondary of the 0-2 Miami Dolphins. For both teams, the records at this point in the season are familiar. Both hope to not repeat last year’s patterns. We’re holding our breaths…¬†Visit KHOU for more.

Street Art on the Schools
Apparently street art is not a thing of abandoned buildings and railways. Local artists have been painting at Kashmere Gardens Elementary School (uh-oh, location known) in an effort to raise awareness for quality learning centers and child care… Visit ABC13 for more on this story.

Family Less Sacred than Plastic, Maybe on Par with Styrofoam
Houston area daughter steals mother’s credit card while her mother is in the hospital. She then goes on a shopping spree at Kohl’s. Wise beyond her years… Visit ABC13 for more.

Richard / Paul

— The Loop Scoop

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