Daily Archives: May 1, 2022

Weekend link dump for May 1

“They delight in acting in bad faith, since they seek not to persuade by sound argument but to intimidate and disconcert.” “Mark Meadows is registered to vote in how many states? Three and counting, apparently”. That sounds like, I don’t … Continue reading

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Debtors’ court

This is not good. In this court and others in Bexar County, debt collection lawsuits more than doubled from 2012 to 2020. ā€œIā€™m trying to manage this behemoth, but there are some guidelines I have to follow as well,ā€ said … Continue reading

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Sunnyside Solar Farm

This is excellent. Residents of Sunnyside, a historically Black neighborhood in south Houston where the city once ran its largest garbage incinerator, will soon realize a decades-long mission to rehabilitate the former landfill site. City officials and residents gathered there … Continue reading

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No collegiate gymnastics in Texas

I did not know this. Ragan Smith did not lack options when it came to choosing a college, as tends to happen when you’re an elite gymnast with a national title on your resume. One option was unavailable to Smith. … Continue reading

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In Houston, the trucks drive you

Yet another driverless truck story. Autonomous freight trucking company Embark will make Houston the hub for its new Texas operations and launch an autonomous trucking route along Interstate 10 to San Antonio. The San Francisco-based company this month said it … Continue reading

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