Ok... the easy stuff first. I was born in Tucson, went to high school here in Wichita Falls (OLD HIGH CLASS OF '99 REPRESENT!), and graduated college in Albuquerque. I'm happily married to my High School sweetheart Lindsey and we have a beautiful baby girl Madeline (named after one of the funniest women to ever live, Madeline Kahn.) I'm a huge geek, and proud of it. At any given time by belt buckle is either Ghostbusters, Superman or Batman, I have many shirts to match those belt buckles, and have more action figures on display in my house than my 8-year-old nephew has in his toy chest. Now for the more introspective stuff... My wife says that its quite obvious that I was born to entertain people. In a group of people, if I'm not cracking jokes, people come up and say, "Are you feeling ok?" Getting people to laugh at something I said or did, and I meant to make them laugh, is the best feeling in the world to me. Of course I've learned the hard way where and when it is not a good idea to try to make people laugh... like funeral homes or a police line up.
Texas Executes 10th Inmate This Year
Wednesday night, Texas officials executed Daniel Lee Lopez by lethal injection for the 2009 vehicular homicide of a Corpus Christi police lieutenant.
Pilot Killed in Attempted Prank on Dallas Cowboys Practice [UPDATED]
UPDATE (8/10/15 9:10 AM): Initial reports stated that the airplane that crashed was meant to carry a banner to prank the Dallas Cowboys, but that has been found to be false. While there was indeed a fatal crash at the same airport, witnesses say it was an airplane carrying a Bud Light banner that crashed. The pilot who was supposed to carry the prank banner was scheduled to leave the airport later
New Texas Textbook Lists Slavery as Minor Reason for Civil War
Amidst national controversy over the Confederate Flag and the role of the Confederacy in slavery, new Texas social studies text books are actively downplaying the role of slavery in the Civil War.
Texas Middle School Teachers Under Fire for Handing Out ‘Ghetto Awards’
CBS46 News Two teachers at Sulphur Springs Middle School in Sulphur Springs, TX are in hot water after passing out year-end "Ghetto Classroom Awards", something that has apparently been going on for nearly a decade.
Texas House Panel Gives OK to Recreational Marijuana
On Wednesday, the Texas House Criminal Jurisprudence Committee approved legislation to legalize the buying and selling of marijuana in Texas.
Texas A&M Galveston Professor Fails Whole Class
When enough was enough, a frustrated professor at Texas A&M Galveston sent a lengthy email to his whole class explaining why everyone would get a failing grade.
Texas Appeals Court Postpones Another Execution
The Texas court of Criminal Appeals has ruled to postpone another execution, this time for 55-year-old Randall Wayne Mays who was set to be put to death on Wednesday.
Proposed California Measure Would Make Homosexuality Punishable by Firing Squad
A California man has filed a proposed bill that would allow the state government, and common citizens, to execute known homosexuals.
DreamVision Announces 5,000-Acre Theme Park in Fort Worth
Multi-media company DreamVision has announced plans to open a new $3.5 billion theme park in the Fort Worth area by 2020.
University of Texas’ Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity Throws ‘Border Control’ Party
The University of Texas chapter of Phi Gamma Delta is in hot water after throwing a Western themed party that has been accused of being racist.
Texas Teen Fired Before First Day of Work Due to Tweet
A teenager in Mansfield, TX was fired from Jet's Pizza parlor over Twitter before her first day of work due to her comments about the job on social media.
Donald Newbury of ‘Texas 7′ Executed
One of the seven fugitives convicted of the murder of an Irving police officer in 2000 was put to death Wednesday night.