Were the Texas Blackouts a Crime?
Shirley Napier had a good Valentine’s Day. For that, Steven Napier is thankful. This year, he bought two boxes of Russell Stover chocolates to go with the card and the flowers. (One box for her. One for him.) “Women love flowers, and most women rarely get flowers,” Steven said. “Ten bucks for a dozen roses at Kroger. What the hell.” That night, after celebrating their marriage of 38 years at Saltgrass Steak House and sampling the chocolates, the couple settled in for some late-night TV-watching, one of Shirley’s favorite pastimes. A winter storm was slowly sinking into Texas, and they planned to weather it in the living room of their small Galveston home, built just a year after the Great Storm of 1900, a massive…View Original Post
Source: Texas Monthly