Is It Illegal to Cuss Out A Fast Food Employee in Texas?
No specific laws in Texas make it illegal to use profanity or "cuss out" a fast food or other service worker. That doesn't mean being rude or abusive to a service worker in our state or anywhere else is totally free of consequences. According to the Texas Penal Code, it is clear that certain behaviors, including the use of abusive, indecent, profane, or vulgar language in a public place, can be illegal.
Get Away From It All On These Five Texas Beach Escapes
The only question you have to ask yourself about visiting the Padre Island National Seashore is how far away from the nearest other human being you want to be. You can travel 60 miles of the uninhabited beach with the right vehicle.
San Angelo One of Texas’ Most Expensive Cities?
San Angelo is one of the most expensive cities in Texas. A few new studies about higher costs of bills and how Texas and San Angelo rates are out. We detail them.
When Texas Self-Checkouts Go Bad, Lawyers Say Avoid Them
A lawyer is going viral on TikTok with another good reason not to use them. Dod Ghassemkhani of the Dod Law Firm in San Diego says self-checkouts open you up to criminal charges.
Is Gun Violence The Leading Cause of Death In American Children?
According to the Centers For Disease Control, in 2021, firearms were the number one cause of death for children aged 1 to 19 in the United States. More children died due to gun violence than in auto accidents.
Hands Down Why Texas is The Best State A to Z
There are a lot of reasons why Texas is by far the best state in the nation. It is the second-largest state in the United States, covering 268,000 square miles. Because of this, the state is diverse in many ways.
Which One Is More Popular in Texas, Ketchup or Salsa?
According to Texas Real Food, salsa became the king of condiments in the United States a decade ago in 2013. So, how is it that ketchup is still considered more popular nationwide? What about Texas? Let's find some answers.
Can You Legally Pee While Driving In Texas?
There are millions of lonely road miles on Texas highways. As much as we all wish there were Buc-ees on every isolated stretch of roadway in the state, sadly, it is not the case yet. I am not proud to admit this, but there have been times when I had to go. I am even less proud of what I'm going to confess next. Yes, I have peed in a water bottle while driving.
Texas’ Favorite Valentine’s Candy is No Big Surprise
Now that the ice is melting, it's time for hearts to start thawing out. Valentine's Day is coming. No matter how grandiose Texas Valentine's Day plans may become, they all start with candy.
Guess Who’s NOT Getting a Raise This Year In Texas
The annual inflation rate for 2022 according to the U.S. Labor Department was 7.1% As a result in 2023, twenty-five states are raising their minimum hourly wage, with the majority taking effect on January 1st. Texas is NOT one of them.
Can You Take Roadkill Off the Highway in Texas?
Most of us would never consider eating an animal we find by the side of the road. However, a quick check of google finds many recipe books filled with ideas for roadkill. Some of the most popular include squirrels. There was also a recipe for roadkill possum meatloaf.
Top Ten Christmas Customs of Texans
The Christmas season is here and it hits a little differently here in West Texas. There are traditions we Texans hold dear that you won't encounter anywhere else. Altogether these traditions define what makes the holiday season so special here in Texas.