The NRA is having their annual meeting in H-Town this weekend – YIKES! I wonder if The H-Town Mayor will give them a welcoming speech and tell them to spend their ammo in H-Town – DOUBLE YIKES! I wonder if any of the NRA members will show up at The Yard this evening or weekend and root, root, root, err shoot, shoot, shoot!
The Tigers are in town for four. How many World Serious titles do they own?
The Chron E-Board has a take on the NRA being in H-Town.
Former astronaut Mark Kelly has a way better take on the NRA being in H-Town. Kelly actually calls out the NRA leadership.
Way to go Captain Kelly!
The outgoing Transportation Secretary gave H-Town and METRO a spanking in today’s Chron. Check this:
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood likes Houston’s light rail that’s up and running but warns that regional transit officials have squandered opportunities the past decade by not building greater consensus.
"The region needs to get its act together," LaHood said during a brief question and answer session after an unrelated news conference Wednesday in Houston.
Though the Main Street line has been a success, and three more lines are under construction, LaHood said the area is coming up short because more hasn’t been done to extend lines to the suburbs where most people live.
He said he spent the morning in Houston talking about projects to extend transit farther from the downtown area. Suburban taxpayers who supported referendums in 2003 and 2012 especially have demonstrated a desire for development, only to have officials shortchange them.
"The fact that these people voted for a referendum and are paying these taxes and have never seen any benefit from it is just not right," LaHood said.
Some will probably disagree with Secretary LaHood’s characterization but a spanking is still a spanking. You do have to admit though that METRO hasn’t lived up to its potential.
The Chron article is only available to subscribers.
The Tigers own four World Serious titles of course: 1935, 1945, 1968 and 1984.
In recognition of the NRA Annual Convention in H-Town, firearms accessories manufacturer Magpul Industries is tonight’s promotions sponsor at The Yard. The first 10,000 receive a magazine clip.
Not really. The first 10,000 get a gym bag thanks to Methodist Hospital – WHEW!
I wonder if NRAer Ted Nugent will throw out the first pitch or sing the National Anthem or God Bless America at The Yard this weekend.
You know how bad it is? We had to call up a pitcher from Triple A that has a 5.32 ERA. The ten game homie starts this evening and we need to start playing better.