Thursday, November 8, 2012

Reasonable Doubt Returns (11/8/12)

HCCLA's Reasonable Doubt returns to the airwaves tonight after a six-week hiatus.  A couple of developments have occurred over the break that might provide for some interesting discussion, including the small matter of Tuesday's election.

Our guest tonight will be Gemayel Haynes, who graciously did not have his agent sue us when the episode we were supposed to have on September 20th got unexpectedly cancelled.  We look forward to hearing his thoughts on the election and how it will affect everybody around the CJC in the next four years.

As always, we go live at 8:00 p.m. on Houston Media Source.  You can watch it live streaming by clicking here.

If you recall in our last cliffhanger episode, I was considering a toupee and our host Todd Dupont was planning on converting to Hare Krishna.  Tune in tonight, and all will be revealed.

Please call in with all of your comments and questions.


8 comments:

Anonymous said...

If a DA position should not be political then why would a DA employee plead the 5th???

Anonymous said...

.....will Dupont give us the reason why he now has a clean cut face?

Roger Chappell said...

Todd looked great. This was the first time I have been able to see him in a while. Good discussion tonight gents.

Anonymous said...

Hooper writes on his blog "It has come to the attention of the author and owner of this blog, Don Hooper, that a local news blog outlet has inaccurately identified the owner as Rachel Hooper. This has never been true and this blog is owned and operated solely by Don Hooper" Amazing, he forgot the evidence - a DBA, in the name of Rachel Palmer, announcing the blog is HERS...

Anonymous said...

Hoop needs to read his post on Mark Bennet's blog on April 18 when he said ...she (Rachel) is not involved in the... Blog EXCEPT ownership...

Anonymous said...

Hmmm, one would think theres some kind of divorce discussions behind talk like that, but what is a blog worth?

Anonymous said...

How do ya plan on celebrating the 4th anniversary of your being re-fired? My bold prediction is that you will close down your blog...

A Harris County Lawyer said...

Well, Anon 5:44, as the old saying goes, you can make a bold prediction in one hand and . . .

Oh never mind.

I appreciate that you care enough to keep reminders on my anniversaries. You sure have been posting a lot lately.

How are things in Liberty?