I am still chuckling over this article. I do not usually read Fox News, though I may have to start after this turned up on their site and not on CNN's. I applaud whoever did it. They have a rather unique sense of humor, and I would have enjoyed seeing this while stuck in rush hour traffic. Some of the criticism offered afterward made it even more worth the prank, in my opinion. A few friends of mine and I have been sending jokes back and forth the past few days about this. I even made a comment that I felt left out knowing that I did not encounter any zombies during any of my time spent down in Texas. Then one friend commented that the zombies were no longer in Texas, but were in Lawton, Oklahoma. This amused Rob and I greatly, and will likely be the source of some amusement for the next day or so.
Now, I know everyone in this country is entitled to free speech. But honestly, what would provoke a person to name their children after people associated with Nazi Germany? I feel sorry for the children, because of the jeering they will endure if their names are not changed. I was somewhat relieved to hear the children were removed from the parents' home, though reasons why have not been mentioned.
And yes, I do know the outcome of the Super Bowl, even though I did not watch any of it, and do not particularly care much for the sport. I was somewhat disappointed to find out the Steelers beat the Cardinals. I did notice over the past day or so that not many people I know seemed to be cheering for the Steelers. In fact, the only two who really expressed hopes for a Steelers victory both hail from Pennsylvania. I would be a little surprised if they did not wish a victory for their home team.