The Rocket Car had a Texas license. I did not see the Rocket Man. The Rocket Car's windows were tinted.
This Rocket Car is the strangest thing I've seen on a Texas highway since I saw an Aqua Car drive into Lake Grapevine. I doubt the Rocket Car can also fly, so it's not quite as convenient as an Aqua Car.
I am now going to change the subject from flying cars to the weather. It was in the 50s when I went swimming this morning. This created the illusion that the pool was heated. It was very pleasant. So far, at just a few minutes past 3 we are currently a chilly 63 degrees. Windows open, no A/C.
I am not going to the Tandy Hills today. If the hills got hit with yesterday's rain, I don't think it's been warm enough to dry them out. I probably should go do something aerobic or else crankiness will set in.
Speaking of crankiness, the local craziness has Gail Galtex in pissed off rant mode today. I think Gail is most upset over Fort Worth's tardiness in coming to the rescue of Possum Kingdom. I learned a couple hours ago that it is hundreds of homes that have been destroyed in the Possum Kingdom zone, up from the much smaller number I was thinking had burned. Also towns, like Palo Pinto, have been evacuated. If Palo Pinto is in danger, what about Mineral Wells?
Below is Gail Galtex's Rant of the Day....
Also, did you see this in today's paper? I am so pissed off about the TRV and the incompetence of of the FW city council I think my head is going to explode.
Also, I'm pissed off about the FW firefighters not helping, that you mentioned and that I read about in today's paper. Here's my FB rant of the day:
Ft. Worth, with the highest property tax rate of urban cities in TX, is the worst-run city on the planet. While nearby Possum Kingdom and towns to the west have been burning for a week, Wyoming, Arizona, and California firefighters are helping. But Ft. Worth, the largest city nearby, has not helped AT ALL because of some bureaucratic gobbledy-gook. The incompetent city council finally gave approval yesterday to help.
And, to make matters worse, the gobbledy-gook issue is over liability for health/death benefits if a firefighter is killed. Basically, FW doesn't want to have to pay these costs if a firefighter is killed outside the city, like, in Lake Worth.
I really need to calm down. Think I'll go to HEB and do some grocery shopping. :-)