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In other exciting holiday season news, The New York Times today reports: "For the first time in the modern history of the death penalty, more than 60 percent of all American executions took place in Texas." Used to be around 37 percent, for those keeping a body count at home. As Wonkette puts it: "Texas Kills Prisoners Like It's A Job." Especially Dallas' own Sharon "Killer" Keller. --Robert Wilonsky