Missing Money

You may have noticed the ads on on TV, in the Statesman and on flyers around town looking for the missing Mueller twins, Max and Andy. Well, you can rest easy now, they’ve been found. Upon seeing the ad in Sunday’s Statesman, my wife nudged me, showing me the ad and asked malevolently, “Can you tell which one’s on drugs?”.

As a parent myself, I’m inclined to feel sympathetic to someone who thinks they’ve lost their children, but when it turns out that they’re sixteen, go to a Connecticut boarding school, and were missing because they “camped for more than a week on the Barton Creek greenbelt and spent the rest of their time on the streets of Austin”, I’m a little less sympathetic. I hope their father, malpractice lawyer Mark Mueller, did more than just spend a ton of cash on flyers, print and broadcast media. I hope he kicked their asses.

2 Comments so far

  1. Bill Jones (unregistered) on January 12th, 2006 @ 4:15 pm

    I hope he actually spends time with the boys. The boarding school is my first hint that there may be deeper issues. Bad kids? Unavailable parents?

  2. wae (unregistered) on January 12th, 2006 @ 11:12 pm

    I thought I might have seen them while hiking on the Greenbelt awhile back, but their photos look a little too clean cut to be the two gents I encountered. Dunno … it’s getting harder to differentiate the transient homeless from the homeless transients these days.

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