We have some great commenters here on Hair Balls, and it's time we paid some damn attention to them. So we'll be highlighting a Comment of the Day each morning or afternoon from the previous day's work. Maybe two comments, even. This will all be determined by a highly rigorous scientific formula i ... More >>
We'd almost forgotten about Jon Matthews, one of the worst, if popular, right-wing blowhards to inhabit the Houston talk-radio universe. He was convicted of exposing himself to an 11-year-old girl which, given his monotonous blubberings about Bill Clinton's lack of morals, seemed to be odd. He was ... More >>
Every now and then I like to step away from the snark and write about something good that's going on. Today is one of those days. On May 1, 2009, Literacy Advance of Houston will be honoring ESPN SportsCenter anchor Hannah Storm as its Champion of Literacy as part of the organization's Champion ... More >>
This photo would look great on his MySpace profile. Our favorite former right-wing radio host/testicle-flasher is back in the news again. Seems former KSEV host Jon Matthews tested positive for alcohol and got caught discussing sexual fantasies on the Internet. This violates the probation he rec ... More >>
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