Monthly Archives: March 2006

The Congressmen from Big Concrete

Comes now the morning newspaper, with news that Mayor Cornett has endorsed Congressman Istook who is attempting to get the Republican nomination to run for governor later this year.  The mayor professes “disappointment” that the state hasn’t come up with … Continue reading

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Whole Wheat Biscuits, Rolls, and Chocolate Cake

I have just added new recipes to the recipe page for whole wheat biscuits, rolls, and chocolate cake.  When I say “whole wheat chocolate cake”, people always give me these odd looks, as if to say, “that sounds intolerably pious, … Continue reading

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What really happened with Tonkawa and Blackwell’s natural gas supply?

It has been front page news for two days now in the Daily Oklahoman: Tonkawa and Blackwell are out of gas, natural gas that is.  Both towns’ natural gas supply seemingly evaporated.  Today there are two stories being circulated as … Continue reading

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Wheelchairs in the street and Edmond Power

+ While driving to work earlier this week, made a right turn from NW Expressway onto Rockwell and immediately had to get into the left late to avoid a man in a motorized wheelchair who was moving up the street … Continue reading

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Why is Oklahoma City harassing elderly African American women?

Today’s question is — why is Oklahoma City harassing elderly African American women?  I have a friend in NE Oklahoma City.  She is an elderly African American woman, 87 years old, born outside of Boley, Oklahoma.  She used to live … Continue reading

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The Day After: hootenannys and politicking potlucks

If I had known the watch party would be so much fun, I would have run for office years ago here in Oklahoma City. We had a grand potluck hootenanny celebrating the fact that I didn’t win the election but … Continue reading

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A springtime of hope for Oklahoma City.

Social justice. Energy conservation. Environmental sustainability. Local economic development. “What kind of whacko candidate are you, Bob?”, a good friend gently teased me after reading my website. Indeed, it says something about the modern political context that these simple, common … Continue reading

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TUESDAY IS ELECTION DAY!

Hello folks, Just wanted to remind y’all that the polls for OKC Mayor are open tomorrow from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. If you are registered to vote and do not know your polling place, call the Oklahoma County Election … Continue reading

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OKC.about.com has a nice write-up about the mayoral campaign

http://okc.about.com/ the About.com guide to Oklahoma City, has a nice write-up about the election campaign. Bookmark on DeliciousDigg this postRecommend on FacebookBuzz it upshare via RedditShare with StumblersTweet about itBuzz it upSubscribe to the comments on this postTell a friend

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KGOU Interview

KGOU aired a good interview with me twice today.  I was also interviewed by KTOK Radio.  I have an mp3 of the KGOU interview at http://www.bobwaldrop.net/waldropkgou.mp3 .  Bookmark on DeliciousDigg this postRecommend on FacebookBuzz it upshare via RedditShare with StumblersTweet … Continue reading

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