November 1st, 2011
NEWScoop: Time and Space, Coyotes, Drones, Rubbing Robbers, and a Hell House
Reaching Across Time and Space
The laws of man have trumped the laws of quantum physics, again. Last week the long arm of the law reached back nearly forty years through one of many wormholes, with that hunt eventually ending in Georgia. This week, we have another of law’s suckling tentacles stretching beyond thirty years and finding its man in Montana. Great Scott! Visit KHOU for more.
Coyotes Care Not for Civilized Circumscription
So y’all need to hide your kids, hide your wife, and hide your husband, and the same goes for your pets? Too late on that reference? Oh dear. Well, obviously we have a coyote in West U. He’s climbin’ in your windows, he’s snatchin’ your people up, tryin’ to eat ‘em. Visit UltimateWestU for more.
A Single Drone Goes Alone
The Montgomery County Sheriff has brought in Texas’ first remote controlled helifinder or drone capable of carrying a grenade launcher. It’s said the thing will be used in searches for missing persons. Yeah. And in other news, Apollo and his solar steeds experience fatigue—daylight diminishes and Boreas nears. Visit MyFoxHouston for more.
FBI Continues Using Unconventional Tactic of Alliteration
Butterfinger Bandits and Rub-a-Dub Robbers are but a small taste of the funny coming out of the FBI’s ongoing comedy tour. What was originally thought of as a publicity stunt to change the bureau’s image, is now being hailed as a bold new tactic in the fight against theft. Visit KHOU for more.
Hell House Hopes to Heal Spiritual Hunger
As I get to this item, I can’t help but realize the odd natured behavior trending with what some might consider straight laced organizations—or not at all. If it isn’t drones and comedy, it’s houses of graphic real-life situations aimed at a non-believing youth. Visit ABC13 for more.