And the last of the local TV stations has signed off on their Edouard coverage.
KHOU abandoned things first, for Ellen. KTRK stuck around longest.
We don't tend to watch a lot of daytime TV, so we were not familiar with the commercial that immediately followed 13's sign-off. But we are extremely glad to know that "God works in our courtrooms," and that if we ever want to sue some son-of-a-bitch, Jesus will be on our side if we hire the "Christian law firm" that advertises during soap operas and stupid judge shows.
-- Richard Connelly
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