August 16th, 2011
NEWScoop: Skeptics, Hamstrings, Rankings, and Snobbery
Liberals Wield Global Warming Powers, it’s Still Hot in Texas
Another week of triple digit temperatures has Texans suspicious of the dome that supposedly rests over the state. Rumors are swirling that until Gov. Perry rescinds his bid for the Republican Presidential Candidacy, the structure will remain. Visit KHOU for more on this story.
Conroe Releases itself into Houston, Houston No Longer Pure
Droughts are depleting water levels. In this case, those of Lake Houston, which in turn affects the ability to purify its water. Visit KHOU for more on this story.
Chris Ogbonnaya, The Hamstring King of Houston
Texans win their season opener against the Jets. Ogbonnaya’s hamstrings deserve a reward for being the only uninjured set on the running back roster. After Schaub was replaced, Lienart gained more yardage in one down than Schaub did in a quarter. Kubiak seemed pleased with Wade Phillips’ new approach to the Texans defense. Here’s to making us forget the baseball season. Visit KHOU for more on this story.
Houston’s Rank: Where It Stands, Not the Smell
Nothing more than to leave it to the pros on this one. They’ve done all the leg work. Houston Strategies did the compilation. We’re all about that final “to the unwitting consumer” step of the process. Visit HoustonStrategies for more on this story.
Rich Boys Only in Rice Village; Po’ Boys Need Not Apply
It’s a good thing that you can still buy Antone’s subs at Kroger because that’s about the only place you’ll be able to at this point. They’re priced out of Rice Village according to Swamplot. Visit SwampLot for more on this story.