Crime is either on the increase, or I'm reading the news a lot more than I used to. I'm pretty sure it's not answer B, crime seems to be on the up in Amarillo. What can be done to lower the crime rate in Amarillo?
I'm not the kind of person to just take something that doesn't belong to me, including food in the refrigerator at work. It's when I see something like this, so tempting, and there's plenty of it so would a small amount be noticed or missed? I'm conflicted...to steal or not to steal...my coworkers food.
Wowza! This final season of Sons of Anarchy has me saying HOLY SOA! And that comes out of my mouth in the first 10 minutes of each episode! What a freaking show! There's a special place in Heaven for Kurt Sutter, I thought Breaking Bad was the best show ever, SOA is slowly taking the top spot! I know as I sit on the edge of my seat, I keep asking myself one question, who will be the one to ki
Thanksgiving dinner has a variety of delicious foods, but there's that one item on the table that comes from a can or fresh...cranberry sauce. It's a highly debated topic around the table at Thanksgiving dinner, and I don't want to know what you prefer, I NEED to know!
I took my son, Brydon Bruce, to our barber to get him his first frohawk haircut. It's not his first haircut, but his first haircut of this nature. I gotta say, my son rocks the frohawk so hard, it should be illegal!
I'm not interested in house coffee or an espresso, this is all about the frappe! Of all the choices at a coffee shop, I prefer the frappe, I like the cold coffee when I feel like having one. And the frappe is so delicious! The big question that I'm looking to get an answer to is...Who has the best frappe in Amarillo?
My understanding is rallies took place in several cities across the nation yesterday, in Amarillo, at Will Rogers Park behind McDonald's on Amarillo Blvd. Supporters, some wearing masks, some holding signs with statements about "world peace" and "demoralized cops", all wanting to bring attention to the authority for use of deadly force by Amarillo Police officers.
In 2011, the Texas Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans applied for a specialty Confederate Flag theme license plate. The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles Board rejected the application for the specialty license plate, and the applicants in turn filed a lawsuit. It lawsuit was dismissed in 2013. Here in 2014, a federal appeals court has revived the lawsuit.