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Our correspondent found a seat next to someone who chomped loudly away on a bag of tortilla chips. Nearby someone else was snoring. (Even the chance of seeing The Big Tongue wasn't enough to keep him awake.)
And in case you're wondering who's the Best Dressed Reporter, it's no contest -- the winner is clearly Bethany McLean, co-author of The Smartest Guys in the Room.
"She's worn a different outfit every day and they're all amazing," one trial veteran said.
The room is open to the public, but you better hurry. The trial is expected to wrap up sometime this decade.
Hasbro, the makers of Monopoly, have announced a new version of the game that will feature locations from 20 U.S. cities, including Houston.
As part of its promotional effort, the company is asking Houstonians to pick one of three "landmarks" to be used in the game. And by doing so, they've exposed just how lame a tourist destination Houston is.
One of the choices offered is obvious: NASA's Johnson Space Center. The others? "Kemah Boardwalk" or "Museum District."
Has anyone outside the Houston area ever heard of the Kemah Boardwalk, much less wanted to go there? We're just surprised Tilman Fertitta didn't figure out a way for the Monopoly folks to put an ad on there for Joe's Crab Shack.
If you're going to put Houston on a Monopoly board ó and not just those cheap knock-off versions that go unsold in bookstores ó you have to do it right. Click here to play!