First of all, the Ogle Madness III “Sweet 16” is set after last night’s overtime win by Wayne Coyne. He received 84 votes to Jennifer Wardlow’s 56 in the extra frame. To take a look at the up-to-date bracket, click here.
Today we start the Sweet 16 with games from the East Region. This region has played out according to seed. Here are the match-ups:
(1) Gary England vs. (4) Jessica Schambach
(2) Sam Bradford vs. (3) Lauren Richardson
You know the drill. Vote after the jump.
It’s hard to believe, but last week’s Ogle Madness III match-up between 2-seed Wayne Coyne and 10-seed Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow ended in a 282 – 282 tie. To settle the matter, we are having a special overtime session from 8:00pm – 11:00pm tonight. Vote below:
Overtime! (2) Wayne Coyne vs. (10) Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow
Total Voters: 140
If we’re still in a tie after this, we’ll probably just flip a coin. Or let a hot chick choose. Or let a hot chick flip coin. It’s all the same to us.
This video goes out to the kind person at Northwest Expressway and Penn. That’s all.
Because of the issue we had this week with Internet Explorer and our polling plug-in, we have re-opened all of this week’s Ogle Madness polls. As an added apology for any inconvenience this may have cause, we have posted a picture of my ex-girlfriend.
Anyway, vote “” possibly for the second or third time “” after the jump. Polls close at 5:00pm today.
I thought we were friends, gentle readers. But no, you’re liars. You remind me a lot of my first post-college boyfriend who told me I was smart and funny and pretty, only to leave town with another writer girl. I feel like you’ve done that to me.
I’m overreacting, you say? No, no I’m not. Because I know what’s up. I’ve got an internet connection, tenuous and pirated as it may be. I have a facebook! I’ve seen what you’re up to, Oklahoma City Metro Area, and it makes me want to cry. Well, it would make me want to cry if my heart wasn’t a cold, black stone frozen in carbonite. If those aforementioned conditions weren’t factors, then yes, my cheeks would be tear-stained and there would be no way that I would be able to put back together the shattered shards that once were my life. How could you?
Of course I’m talking about the 365 things to do in Oklahoma City fan page on facebook. Each day, they tell you something to do–super lame things like a picnic in Will Roger’s park or go eat pho. And yet, you follow these a-holes. Why do they have over 5,000 fans if you really do like what I have to say? Have I not been good to you, gentle readers? Do you not like what I have to say? Does that facebook fan page do things for you that I won’t? I guess it doesn’t matter. We’ve lost what we once had.
And though I feel like you’ve completely disregarded my emotions, I will carry on with this week’s Friday Night in the Big Town, even if your weak-sauce facebook page is going to tell you things to do as well. Seriously, why don’t you just go to facebook now and see what they are going to tell you to do? Just leave. I don’t care if you do.
Here’s the FNITBT. Like you even care.
What’s cooler than grown men and women in costumes parading around and pretending they are living in a year about 1000 years before the present? Probably nothing.
The Medieval Fair is great because it’s one of the first outdoor events in the springtime. I’m sure 365 things to do in Oklahoma City will have a great time there with you. I hope you guys have a blast.
I hope you guys drink that root beer that’s brewed in the belly of the dragon and eat the fried food and maybe ride the camel. Yeah, that would be so cute, the two of you on that camel. And then you can take a picture and post it all over facebook. How freakin’ cute.
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