LIVINGSTON, November 26, 2021 - So on Wednesday (Thanksgiving Eve), I went to a car vs motorcycle wreck on 190 West. The driver of the motorcycle was driven by ambulance to FM-2457 where a landing zone was set up and he was flown to Houston. I drove to the parking lot at Blanchard Baptist where I set up my camera and filmed the helicopter activities (see story with video and pictures). While I was doing that, I was carrying on with my daily routines. In this case, I was listening to the Dinesh Desouza podcast on my cell phone. While I was filming, I had my cell phone sitting on the fender of my truck. Once the helicopter finished and was gone, I turned off my camera, jumped in my truck and took off. I turned off 2457 onto 190 West (headed back to Livingston), when I suddenly realized that I didn't have my cell phone. I pulled to the shoulder, jumped out of my truck and the phone was no longer on the fender. So I drove back and retraced my steps on 2457. I found my phone on the pavement, and it had been run over. It was SMASHED. It wouldn't even turn on.
Now Here's the Problem... When I log into my website to do a story, it has two levels of security: User name and password, and then I receive a confirmation code on my cell phone that I have to enter in order to continue. Without the confirmation code, I can't continue. The confirmation code comes TO MY CELL PHONE. MY SMASHED CELL PHONE THAT'S OBLITERATED. Well, today I got my new cell phone (I had insurance on it thank God). Long story short, we're back in business. The Daily Arrest Report is updated and there's a boat load of new Deer Pics! Other than the above story, my wife and I had a great Thanksgiving with kids and grandkids and more than enough food to hurt myself. What a way to kick off the holiday season. God bless the USA (the greatest nation on this side of Heaven) and Merry Christmas!
I hope Kyle Rittenhouse sues CNN, MSNBC and illegitimate "president" biden into dust.
My cell phone after being run over on FM-2457 (not recommended).
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