Someone Has Been Trolling the Perot Museum Online, Calling it ‘Fairytale Propaganda’

Jesse Morrell is a Christian, a Christian who recently visited the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. He lives in Lindale, 90 minutes east of Dallas off I-20, where he’s the head of a group called Open Air Outreach, which is “dedicated to taking the Gospel of Jesus Christ to where it truly belongs — […]

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Cowboys Hire Monte Kiffin as Defensive Coordinator, Internet Makes Collective ‘But He’s so Goshdurn Old!’ Joke

EXCLUSIVE photo of Monte Kiffin reacting to Jerry’s offer: twitpic.com/bucjv0 #KiffinIsOld — Jim Bob Breazeale (@broncohighway) January 11, 2013 Monte Kiffin is old enough to remember when the Cowboys used to win playoff games. — John Kincade (@JohnKincade) January 11, 2013 The #Cowboys have hired 72-year-old defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin and also announced they’re going […]

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International Writing Superstar Michael ‘J.’ Mooney Talks About ‘The Most Amazing Bowling Story Ever’

Mike’s not really in the office too much, because he spends most of his days plotting new ways to get on year-end best-of lists. Many of those accolades this year came due to his “The Most Amazing Bowling Story Ever.” He was recently interviewed for Gangrey about the story. Listen above.

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The Cowboys’ Jumbotron Is 18 Times the Size of the Vikings’ Puny, Hummingbird-Sized ‘Jumbo’tron

The Cowboys currently boast the largest Jumbotron in the NFL, a behemoth that literally can affect the way a game is played. In its grandeur, graphic artist Daniel Beaton saw an opportunity to showcase the boards of the NFL, from the Cowboys all the way down to the Vikings. The above graphic is for comparison’s sake; […]

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Sid From An Officer and a Gentleman Spent His Morning Talking About Dog Poop at City Council

The last time we saw Sid, he was dropping out of Navy flight school, getting his marriage proposal rejected, and killing himself in a motel room. If that’s a spoiler for you, sorry; the movie’s 30 years old. Since then, Sid (actor David Keith) has spent his time in more than 100 titles, but his […]

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Nacogdoches Vet ‘Traces Bigfoot’s DNA’

On the Saturday after Thanksgiving, a date always reserved for the release of earth-shattering scientific discoveries, Nacogdoches veterinarian Melba Ketchum announced that she and her team from DNA Diagnostics had “confirmed the existence of a novel hominin hybrid species, commonly called ‘Bigfoot’ or ‘Sasquatch.’” “Sasquatch nuclear DNA is incredibly novel and not at all what […]

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Dallas Private Schools Tagged With ‘Obama 666’

Two Far North Dallas private schools were spray-painted with the phrase “Obama 666″ this week, the Morning News reports. The schools – Ann and Nate Levine Academy, and All Saints Catholic School – sit less than a mile apart from each other off Frankford Road. Police do not have any suspects at the time, but should probably […]

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An Addison Man Is Planning an ‘End of the World’ Party for December 21, and I Think We Should Go

There are a lot of nuggets in this Reddit thread, but let’s start with his lede: Date: 12/21/12 That is right boys and girls the last date for humans. After this, everything you know will cease to exist. Its kind of far away but there is a lot of planning to do. When do you […]

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The Perot Museum of Nature and Science Invited Us To Visit, So We Did, and We Liked It

The Perot Museum of Nature and Science invited the city’s media elite / anyone they could scrape together that wasn’t doing actual work to tour their stone edifice today. Tim, Zac, Liz, and I went to this morning’s session; a corduroyed arts editor was seen heading for the 11 a.m. session. In short, it’s a great museum, […]

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Tony Mitchell Picked as Preseason All-American

College basketball season starts in earnest tonight, which means absolutely nothing in such a football-crazy state. But, for people across the country (including me and this other proud former Saint Joseph’s student) it’s the best time of the year. That’s especially true in Denton this year, where North Texas center/forward Tony Mitchell is expected to be the […]

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George W. Bush Is Already One of the Most-Fictionalized Presidents, so Deal With it, Franklin Pierce and Chester A. Arthur

In coordination with the release of Hyde Park on the Hudson and Lincoln this fall, Slate broke down the history of presidents in movies, starting with Washington (70 appearances) up to Obama (21 appearances). Top Five: 1. Lincoln (the Clint Howard of presidents, with 130 appearances) 2. Washington (70) 3. Grant (47, mostly in Westerns) […]

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