So this really pisses me off… So Texas Department of Transportation is using what they call “Eminent Domain”. Eminent Domain is basically the government can take your land if it necessary. In this case, they are taking it for the Freeway Widening Construction Project. Eminent domain refers to the power of the government to take private […]
This young lady merely wanted a part-time job at a Subway here in the Houston area. She was met with a very hostile racist manager from Subway. Read the text below. The manager states he doesn’t want those type of people here (black people). This really pisses me off, we are damn near 2020 and […]
Here are some cool pictures of rainbows that were captured the other day here in Houston.
It was a humid Friday evening here in Houston Texas in the Montrose area. It just finished raining and humidity started cranking up but it didn’t stop me from checking out some of the coolest hot spots in the Houston Montrose area. So I’ve been hearing some cool raving reviews for The Hamburger Mary’s hotspot, […]
Some scammers in the Houston area have finally been arrested. With over thirty two counts of robbery they have finally been arrested. What they were doing is targeting vulnerable older ladies, and telling them that their front wheel is wobbly and loose. They just so happen to have the tool to fix the loose wheel. […]
16 Police officers and a police helicopter – Houston police chase all around the Houston Heights area – Man hunt chasing an aggravated robbery suspect. Man was captured on Main at Shipley’s Donuts… his last words before being put in the car was “Can I at least get 2 Glazed Donuts before I go to […]
Houston is trying to push a law to stop the “saggy pants” trend. For more than 20 years now the saggy pants have been a trend in the urban areas of Houston and other metropolitan areas of the South. Just recently, Mr. Childs was killed running from a police officer who was going to fine […]
If you’re from Houston, you definitely drove past this iconic sign of Houston for the last 40 years. Me and my grandpa used to go there to pick up his shirts when I was just five years old. Now being prime real estate, it’s being torn down and Rice University ion will take its place. […]
Houston is still full of so much nature. It’s all around us. Remember guys be kind and put trash in the proper receptacles. Nature still counting on us for their survival.
With another collision this weekend – Metro rail is deciding on coming to the Washington area and possibly crossing over into the Houston Heights. Opinions? You know the construction will take about 5-7 years, and it will drive some prices down for a bit.