Week Five, NFL. Quarter of the way through. I really need that reminder. One good thing about it, however. Manzel has been mentioned less and less. That’s a good thing. Odd how playboy quarterbacks wear thin so quickly.
The Sheriffs Deputy. Yup. Still pending. He’s agreed to a non-jury hearing/trial in front of a judge. The same judge that has been granting all the stays and delays. This one is for all the marbles. 21 counts of child molestation, etc.. The judge did indicate that she would have considered a change of venue motion. The ex-deputy opted for the non-jury trial.
He has indicated that he wishes it over and done with, one way or another. End of October is the due date, sentencing will be another hearing at another date if found guilty of one or more counts.
More judicial stuff from NE Ks:
JOHNSON COUNTY/KCTV 5 –
A judge in a northeast Kansas county has ordered it to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples following actions earlier this week by the U.S. Supreme Court.
So even conservative is in the mix. It is possibly correct that it occurred in the Liberal Kansas City county.
And,weee, the Kansas National Senate Race. Robertson is getting the message. He certainly is. I hope the son retires after six years – if he is elected. Better yet, get elected, get sworn in and then retire. That way the party can get another republican appointed for the next six years and we can get shut of a representative that doesn’t even own property in the State. No house, just a mail address. Home’s back East somewhere.
Personal opinion: Tax money sucker. Let’s go back a hundred and fifty years or so and have these Washington bums appointed by the States Governors, then we can see how well they represent their States.
What Else: Oh. Yeah. I’m finally eligible to drive again. I was legally blind there for a while. Weird. Seven months of constant eye drops. Messy. I’m grateful to modern science, however. Nice to see the trees change color. The eye doc signed the papers yesterday after a battery of test I’d not experienced before – thought I’d have to memorize all the charts to pass the tests.
From the reaches,