Oklahoma City News, Entertainment & Occasional Humor • Established 2007

Author Archive for Marisa – Page 15

Monday Morning Tweets

Good morning and happy Monday, everyone! It’s the first Monday of March 2015, which means that both spring break and St. Patrick’s Day are fast approaching. I don’t know about you, but there’s nothing quite so nice as that time of year where drunk college kids are doing body shots on the beach, and a person you know for a fact has never set foot in Ireland tells you quite vehemently that it’s St. Paddy’s Day, and will only take a drink when you say “slainte” and not cheers. Ah, spring. You crazy time of year.

Anyway, a lot happened on Twitter last week, like snow, some llamas, and a dress. It was kind of insane. As always, I have all the tweets your little heart could ever desire right here, after the jump!

Other forms of conversion therapy Oklahoma lawmakers should consider

Kern, Sally

As you probably know, Sally Kern, that writhing hive of spiders in a skinsuit, introduced legislation this session that would protect the rights of controlling parents to abuse their children by sending them to gay conversion therapy. It’s part of her plan to ensure that more Oklahoma teens have access to suicidal thoughts and tendencies.

According to NewsOK.com:

A bill that seeks to protect the practice of gay conversion counseling passed out of an Oklahoma House committee Tuesday.

House Bill 1598, which now goes to the full House, says the state will not prohibit or restrict counseling intended to rid people of attraction to those of their own gender. It also seeks to protect parents who want such counseling for their children.

Nothing prevents this type of counseling now, but Rep. Sally Kern, R-Oklahoma City, said her bill is needed because the practice is under attack legislatively in other states.

“All across the nation, bills are being introduced to ban parents from having the right to take their children for counseling if they are struggling with same-sex attractions,” Kern said. “As you know, we do lots of bills that are pre-emptive, so this is pre-emptive to make sure that parental rights are upheld.”

See? Hive of spiders in a skin suit.

We here at The Lost Ogle are not fans of this legislation for many reasons. Gay conversion therapy is harmful both physically and psychologically. It attempts to change something that is not changeable. And we’re also just not down with telling people to change who they are so it fits the ideals found in a 2,000 year old book.

However, maybe Kern is onto something. There are lots of things worth changing when it comes to the human race, so we thought maybe we would introduce new conversion therapies to the state, ones that would do more good than harm. For example…

aaron tuttle halloween

Spray Tan Conversion Therapy

We would recommend this therapy to Aaron Tuttle. I know he’s big into the bodybuilding game, but there is something unholy and unnatural about a streaky orange man.

Sir John Michael

Lemon Conversion Therapy

For this one, we’re going to get Sir John Michael to lead the therapy sessions. Because when life gives you lemons, he knows just how to turn it around.

This dude liked marriage so much he did it twice

tuttle bigamy

You guys, it looks like Tuttle just got a lot more sexy.

I think we all know those dudes who refuse to get married for some philosophical reasons usually pertaining to their ex-wives. But some dudes just jump in. And some dudes just jump right in while they’re still in another marriage that they jumped right into. What’s cooler than having two wives? According to News9.com:

Someone in Edmond is painting their fence

edmond fence painting

Ah, Edmond. I thought I wouldn’t write about you for a while but you keep bringing me back in.

Edmond can be a very nice looking place at times, even though it’s totally lacking in sidewalks and the Christmas decorations they’ve been digging out each year since my childhood are better suited to Duran Duran record covers. The city most definitely takes pride in its appearance, what with all the very specific ordinances that regulate sign height and such. And let’s not forget those lovely statues all through downtown–the kids playing, the old man reading outside the library, the weird collie dog-esque sort of creature on Boulevard. Edmond sure is nice.

But every once in a while, a townsperson wants to show a little personality on their property. And not everyone is totally cool with that. According to KOCO.com:

Monday Morning Tweets

Happy Monday and welcome to another installment of everyone’s favorite column, Monday Morning Tweets. I spent all last week stalking you guys and collected the best tweets. And by best I really mean the tweets that you probably will be embarrassed by. I’m kind of sad that none of you have ever had a Twitter meltdown or accidentally sent a sext via Twitter instead of text. I live for that day. Just know that I will screen shot all of that. I can’t wait.

Anyway, since that hasn’t happened yet, I’ve got some pretty run-of-the-mill tweets for you. As always, they’re after the jump!