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Is Omar Little your cable guy? A Sunnsyide shoot-out makes us wonder…

KHOU is reporting a southeast side gun battle that left one woman dead and two men injured. Homicide detectives allege that the shoot-out started when three men drove up and attempted to regain possession of “thousands of dollars worth of drugs” that police suspect had been stolen from them.

The kicker? The three men arrived and departed in a Comcast van.

Maybe the cops have this all wrong…Maybe the people got behind on their cable bills and this is Comcast’s new delinquent accounts division in action… Or perhaps those guys were working on behalf of Comcast’s ad division. After all, somebody’s gotta keep the creative juices responsible for this humming.

John Nova Lomax

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