I need someone with some energy to sell. No, it has to be legal. Seriously, this COVID-19 pandemic has zapped most of mine. You want to know how bad it is? I look back on my father-in-law living in a local assisted-living facility, who spent most of the day sitting in his recliner watching mindless TV. At the time, I felt sorry for him. Now, I’m jealous. I still have to get up and do some work. I’d rather just sit and do nothing.
If anything, this global pandemic shows it’s not who you are, but who you know.
Do me a favor and cut me a little slack this week. Please. Why? It’s because I feel as if there aren’t nearly enough local news stories in this issue; enough columns as well. Truth be told, this pandemic has me down. Way down.
Presumably as a sign of solidarity with Black Lives Matter and a protest against the murder of George Floyd, a handful of McAllen ISD Nikki Rowe seniors refused to stand during last week’s graduation ceremony while the National Anthem was being played and sung.
Ambulance chasers need to be reported to the office of Hidalgo County District Attorney Ricardo Rodriguez. Why? They cost the public money. You and me. Get in a fender bender,