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Tim Rogers
Editor of D Magazine, National Magazine Award-winning writer, ruled an "extravagant exaggerator" by the Court of Appeals in the Fifth District of Texas
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My prediction: Ray Washburne buys the magazine and moves it to his recently acquired Rock of Truth.
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Deadspin Jun 22
Nomar Mazara broke his own home run record with a 505-foot bomb:
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Tim Rogers Jun 21
If only they’d come around with a cart of full-time courts reporters!
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Tim Rogers Jun 21
You mean under 345? I'm afraid Royce West's son has other designs on that land. Maybe you want to play soccer there?
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Tim Rogers Jun 21
I'm curious which Twitter account will do the fun stuff. or ?
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Tim Rogers Jun 20
Job opening at . Come work with the smartest publishing people in town.
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Tim Rogers Jun 20
Wherein I share some advice for :
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Matt Alexander Jun 20
Proud to be bringing to Chelsea Market in a few months. See you soon, New York!
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Dallas Morning News Jun 20
Dallas officials estimate the city's parks lost more than 600 trees in storm
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Tim Rogers Jun 19
Replying to @marklamster
No, Mark, what we need to do is "drain the poison from our communities that serves as fuel for hatred and anger." Because gun shows are too much fun.
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Tim Rogers Jun 17
This is a great column by . Must read.
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Tim Rogers Jun 17
Let us all take a moment to praise , who is a total badass. Cheers, sir!
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Tim Rogers Jun 15
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Tim Rogers Jun 15
Rogers reporting live from Pebble Beach: is wearing blue today!
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Jason Marshall Jun 13
Dallas ISD took over and dramatically improved the school bus system. Huge impact on kids including mine.
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Ben Sandifer Jun 12
Ned & Genie Fritz honored today by Dallas City Council with naming of The Ned and Genie Fritz Texas Buckeye Trail in Dallas Great Trinity Forest. Fritz's are pioneer giants of conservation in Texas by creating numerous preserves, organizations and protections across our state.
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Tim Rogers Jun 13
The thanks him for his service.
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Tim Rogers Jun 10
Replying to @WholeFoods
Cheers. Good luck.
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Tim Rogers Jun 10
Anyone know if Lakewood has power? (AT&T is down in Eastwood so I can’t call)
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