M. Thomas Lardner -- and the M, apparently, stands for "Man, that dude is smart and handsome!" All these snap-crackle-pops at The Dallas Morning News want to tell me that of course the Trinity River toll road will be good for development downtown. How in the hell would they know? I had a 45-minute c ... More >>
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