So a little about myself, huh? Well, I'm a pretty simple dude. I enjoy a lot of the same stuff most do – movies, dining out, hanging with friends. It’s my hobbies where things take a turn for the weird. I am a collector of Transformers. Yes, those same robots in disguise from the 1980’s. I have everything from the toys, to all 4 seasons of the 80's cartoon on DVD, to the animated movie from '86, to all of the current movies, to the video games, to the shirts, and even my car has an Autobot emblem on the hood. So, yes, I'm a fan. I am a collector of video games as well. I still own the Nintendo my parents got for me and my sister when we were kids with about 40 games. Yes, it still works and I play it from time to time. I am a huge fan of the Sony PlayStation. I own every PlayStation console with a multitude of games for each one. In retrospect, to say I’m a geek is an understatement. Thanks for taking the time to get to know me a little. Just sit back and relax, crack open your favorite beverage and I’ll do the entertaining.
Big Revival in the Horned Lizard Species has Kicked Off in Texas
A species that has been on the decline over the last several years in Texas is the Texas Horned Lizard (or Horny Toad or Horned Toad). A rival of the species has begun thanks to some hard work of Texas zoos and universities.
Farmer’s Almanac Forecasts Big Winter Storm for Texas Late Winter
That week of snow and zero degree temperatures in February was an awful time for East Texas. It's possible we could see it again but scaled down a bit.
Jonah He was Not. Man Swallowed by Whale Spit Back Out Alive
Most of us know the story of Jonah and the whale. Well, this gentleman has his own version after being swallowed by a whale and surviving.
Visit One of Texas’ Oldest Forts in Port of Galveston this Summer
Fort Travis defended Texas shoreline from the late 1800's to just after WWII. You can visit this port in your trip to Galveston this Summer.
Big Tex will Greet Us with a Big Ole Howdy Y’all in September
The State Fair of Texas will be back for 2021 with all it's great food, rides, entertainment and much more.
See the Map of Texas Cities that are Best for Bat Watching
Texas is known for many things. One of those you may not know is the home of the most bat species in the United States. See the map of the best Texas cities for bat watching.
Family Wants Answers as Wild Hogs Destroy North Texas Cemetery
We are no strangers to the devastation that wild hogs cause. A North Dallas cemetery is seeing this first hand and families are getting fed up.
Homeowners find Hand Drawn Monopoly Board Doing Renovations
It looks like someone was wanting to take game night to the next level.
The Most Ridiculous Way to Spend $10,000 Happened in 2011
Over the last week, you have given us some great ideas, and some out of the box thinking, on how to spend $10,000. However, the way a woman in 2011 spent $10,000 may take the cake.
‘Zero Sugar’ Seems to be the New Key Phrase
As a type 1 diabetic, having no sugar options is a must. I've been seeing a new trend lately, though, in how these products are labeled.