Monthly Archives: April 2014

Why Oklahoma is becoming such a miserable place to live.

Oklahoma is becoming an increasingly miserable place to live. I am increasingly of the opinion that the best way to help the poor in Oklahoma is to help them move to a different state. All it takes is a look … Continue reading

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Bob Must Get a City Permit. Get Ready for Verbal Pyrotechnics.

I should sell tickets for this event. In mid May I am having a tornado cellar installed.  I finally found someone who would put extra dirt on top to enhance its utility as a root cellar/wine and beer aging cellar. … Continue reading

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Pothole filled!

I am Shocked! Shocked I Say! Shocked AND Amazed! to report that the perennial pothole at NW 21 and North McKinley was filled with some asphalt yesterday morning. The City did not repair the underlying problem that causes it to … Continue reading

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An adventure along Northwest Expressway

So I met a man on my way home after choir practice tonight along Northwest Expressway. I was in the right lane, going east, when I had to come to a stop, east of McArthur, by the Taco Bell and … Continue reading

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Shouldn’t GM get the death penalty for its murders?

Shouldn’t GM get the death penalty for its murders? Maybe in the beginning it was simple negligence and could qualify as manslaughter. But they knew about the problem for ten years, didn’t fix it, and so the body count continued … Continue reading

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