While Alex Middleton was busy producing my radio show this past weekend, his brother, Will, was fishing off the Louisiana coast, filling a mixed bag of redfish and king mackerel. Horizon tells me it wasn't exactly slick-calm that day, but neither Middleton nor the fish seemed to mind.
Clayton Chanek forwarded this picture, presumably of himself and two friends, after a night's work gathering what ultimately will be a tasty meal of frogs' legs and a couple of appropriately Southern sides washed down either with sweet tea or ice-cold beer.
When John Zuilhof tossed some corn and set up a trail camera in a wooded area on the west side of Houston, he expected images of whitetails and maybe a hog or two...but not this:
I'm guessing the mouse didn't expect the owl, either. Incredible hunters, the owls. Silent on the wing and truly deadly. Check the pupil dilation on that bird. Maximum night vision. Probably was grounded for a few minutes after the camera's flash fired in its face.
On Saturday, at the 136-yard 17th of Westwood Golf Club, Scott Hurwitz dunked a pitching wedge. That makes roughly "too many" holes-in-one for other golfers while I wait patiently, increasingly less so, for my first. Congratulations to Scott. I'll join you in that thin air soon as I can.
This spoof is destined for "classic" status in the ongoing debate over the second amendment to our nation's constitution. I've received it from many of you and already ran it once, a while back. For those who haven't seen it...here you go:
Hard to believe Texas
It's hard to believe,
but Texas has followed that misguided newspaper up in New York and released a map of the location of all gun owners in Texas. Their locations are marked by red dots: