A brief visit with my spring breaking son and springtime have kept me away from the computer. Some grilling may continue to do the same. If I hear anything, I'll try to pass it along. Otherwise, the line is open.
The best story brewing in Arkansas now, though it's not yet fully ripe for us, concerns the highly paid public servant who used his public cell phone for a few hundred calls and text messages unrelated to his public job. That wasn't the last dumb thing the public servant did. After a taxpayer complained to the employee's supervisors, the public servant didn't apologize or volunteer to reverse any of the charges, he sicced a lawyer on the taxpayer with a threatening letter. Would he really sue? Would he really invite court testimony on his telephone records? We could hope. Oh, boy, we could hope.