I’ve been working on a new report for about five days, but for a dozen reasons, the last of which was a better football game than I expected, I haven’t had the time to wrap it up. Hope to have it out tomorrow morning.
It’s already 2,400 words, and may be just half done.
Course, Texas will probably make a trade today, and I’ll have to toss the report into the circular bin. I’m not expecting a trade, but then again I probably wouldn’t have predicted that Paul Harvey would be the mad men and women’s star last night.
So plan on four or five thousand words in the next day or two, bundled up in one email that will take too long to read and may not resonate with you any more than the stupid Coca-Cola desert commercials, but then again I’m spending about $11 million less than Coke to throw it out there.
In the meantime, with a hearty scram to another lousy 100-day football intermission, here’s a thousand words from the great Louis DeLuca of the Dallas Morning News: