Surviving the Week of June 4, 2012 Tweet Me!!!
THINGS I'VE LEARNED THIS WEEK:
1. Don't buy fish from a door to door fish salesman...
2. a 2X tall t-shirt is not the same as a 3X t-shirt, despite what the saleslady says...
3. Anytime a shoelace breaks, it is considered a "worst, possible time"...
4. It's probably not a good idea to start working on a roof at the beginning of rainy season...
5. One's back yard is much larger when there is nothing left in it...
6. A Buick Grand Marquee is not made to jump a railroad track...
7. Even a great juggler can only carry just so many balls...



'Can't make this stuff up...



CRIMETIME: Police couldn’t help but arrest Mahogany Mason-Kelly, 20, in Jefferson County, Texas, after the Lamar University student Tweeted, “I still got a warrant in Pearland … Those pigs will NEVER catch me!!! … NEVER!!!!”

COMEDY GOES LOCAL: Kevin Hart is heading to Beaumont...

THE FRESHMEN ARE NOT SO FRESH: The district recently learned that of the 1,301 freshmen tested by the English 1 end-of-course (EOC) writing exam, only 52 percent met the standard. Results show 60 percent of students met the standard on the reading test.

A BEAUMONT RADIO SECRET? maybe...

STIRING THE POT: Bain has done more good than bad

HAIL TO THE KING: Jim King Wins Three Broadcast Awards

THE NEW CONSPIRACY OF THE WEEK: There Are LOADS Of Jobs Out There, But NONE Of Them Pay Living Wages!

FOR US NUMBER CRUNCHERS: Net Worth of American Family Falls 40% In 3 Years

SAVING US FROM OURSELVES: The Mayor of London Boris Johnson made a hands-across-the-water offer of refuge to New Yorkers frustrated by the city's proposal to ban supersize soft drinks.