Here’s a fun fact about Bobbie Miller you may not have known. She spells her name “Bobbie,” and not “Bobby” or Bobbi.” We learned this earlier today thanks to a cheerful Internet commenter:
Yeah, I guess I misspelled Bobbie’s name wrong twice in our article about her resignation announcement. For fun, and to appease Google search engines, I corrected the misspelling in the headline. I left the other mistakes alone as a sign of respect.
Even though I never learned how to spell Bobbie’s name, and haven’t seen her on television in the past five years, we’re still big Bobby Miller fans here at TLO. She is cute in an innocent, elvish type of way. For example, I could totally see her playing Elrond’s obnoxious, mischievous niece in the next Lord of the Rings reboot or even Anne Boleyn’s BFF in some historic movie or whatever. Until all that happens, here are some pics of Bobbi, including a couple with JoJo, that we’ve acquired over the years. She’s our Hot Girl Friday:
If you reading this, you’ve more than likely been a teenager at some point in your life. If not, then your parents need to do a better job monitoring your Internet history. This place is for immature grown ups! Get out of here and go lick eyeballs, smoke some Smarties or download these nine “dangerous” apps that KFOR warned us you are using.
Since we’ve all been teenagers, we know that most of them are self-absorbed narcissists who think the world revolves around themselves. They generally don’t care about issues or causes or politics. They have more important things to worry about, like talking shit about friends, scoring cheap drugs and destroying property. Granted, you can say the same thing about most adults, but at least we pretend to care about things that don’t affect us.
That being said, some Oklahoma teenagers are defying the stereotype. Earlier this week, News 9 reported that some high school students from Bethel are researching our earthquakes. Well, at least they are until Continental Resources instructs Mary Fallin to shut the school down.
Via News 9:
We have some sad news to report, Moles.
Earlier today, KWTV News 9 morning anchor Bobbi Miller announced she is retiring from the TV news business so she can live in a gigantic shoe with her 13 children.
If you want to hear Bobby talk about her decision over the sounds of peaceful, royalty-free, acoustic guitar music that probably belongs in a commercial during a Thunder game, check out this video:
Yesterday afternoon, I received a Facebook message from a Mole asking me if I knew anything about the apparent world-famous pro-rape blogger who was hosting a meet-up in Oklahoma City. Since I quit following the pro-rape blogger scene a few years ago, I had no clue what the Mole was talking about.
A few minutes later, I was sent a variety of links about some guy named Roosh V. He’s apparently the Tucker Max of misogynistic pro-rape bloggers. He owns and operates some website called “Return of the Kings.” It for the brosephs out there who don’t think Maxim is douchey enough:
Return Of Kings is a blog for heterosexual, masculine men. It’s meant for a small but vocal collection of men in America today who believe men should be masculine and women should be feminine.
ROK aims to usher the return of the masculine man in a world where masculinity is being increasingly punished and shamed in favor of creating an androgynous and politically-correct society that allows women to assert superiority and control over men. Sadly, yesterday’s masculinity is today’s misogyny. The site intends to be a safe space on the web for those men who don’t agree with the direction that Western culture is headed. If you are new, check out our top 35 posts of all time.
Women and homosexuals are strongly discouraged from commenting here.
Yep, women and homosexuals are strongly discouraged from commenting on his website. With that type of attitude, expect Sally Kern and the Oklahoma legislature to fly Roosh into town and give him a medal.
Thanks to info provided by the Mole, I learned that Roosh took the world by storm back in February when he proposed that the best way to stop rape was to legalize rape on private property. His post did make some sense. 80% of crazy lunatics agree that who you rape and when you rape them should be your own damn business as long as it’s done on private property, because freedom!
Obviously, this blog rightful pissed off just about anyone with a conscience, moral compass or soul, so Roosh took it down, but not before it gave him all the attention and exposure he needed to expand his brand and host an International Meetup Day for his followers where they could talk trash about women and share roofie recipes. That’s exactly what he planned for this Saturday. The location for the Oklahoma City meet up was supposed to be Harkins Theater in Bricktown:
I guess the downturn in the Oklahoma economy hasn’t been bad for everybody.
Earlier this week, a local energy industry executive announced he’s demolishing an entire block of Nichols Hills rental properties to make way for a fancy new luxury home division. The Oklahoman has all the details:
A blighted street in Nichols Hills will give way to a tight enclave of million-dollar-plus homes after energy executive Tony Say tears down 23 ramshackle rent houses he owns on Cumberland Drive.
Say leads an investor group that will turn the long-neglected street just north of Nichols Hills Plaza into a neighborhood called Cumberland Court. The street, about 800 feet long, extends from N Western Avenue west to Avondale Drive.
Say said the small houses, most of them built in 1946 or 1947, will start coming down in February and that 23 lots will be offered for custom upscale homes by select builders who will follow set architectural standards.
“We’re not going to dictate to the owners what they can build,” he said, but it “has to be within a certain architectural style.”
Whew, that’s a relief. It’s about time they tear down all those “ramshackle rent houses” that people call homes. Wouldn’t it suck to live in a slum where all the homes are valued over $200,000:
Seriously, I hope these relocated ramshacklers are able to find a more appropriate part of town to call home. We can’t have those $200,000 rent houses lowering Nichols Hills property values.
This new neighborhood, which I think is called “One-Percentville,” seems pretty cool. For example, residents will have a concierge service to take care of all those demeaning, time-killing, monotonous tasks that rich people are apparently too good for:
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