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This guy beat up his son-in-law for not doing the dishes..

tom crimm

Here’s a joke for you.

Q: What do you do when your dishwasher stops working?

A: Get a new wife!

Okay, that’s sexist, inappropriate, recycled and kind of funny. Here’s another one:

Q: What do you do when your dishwasher stops working?

A: Sucker punch your son-in-law and get your ass kicked!

That’s not nearly as funny as the first joke, but it is accurate. That’s what the guy pictured above did.

Via NewsOK.com:

The one where a meth head in Ada hid a loaded gun in her vagina…

Christie Dawn Harris

The lady pictured above is Christie Harris. If she looks upset in that mug shot, it’s probably because she was arrested on drug possession charges. Or it could be the loaded gun that cops found in her vagina. One of the two.


18 Amusing, Pathetic and Weird OKC “Missed Connections” posted on Craigslist…

For the past few weeks, the map below has made the rounds on the Internet. It identifies where the most Craigslist Missed Connections occur in each state:

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When I first saw the graphic, I was a bit embarrassed. The state fair, really? Why can’t we be normal and have missed connections at Walmart? The State Fair runs for a couple of weeks. Walmart is open for about 8,750 hours a year. Seriously, I can only imagine how awful some of the State Fair missed connections could be. Here are some guesses:

- M4F: You were drunk and eating a corn dog on stage. You called for Jeff, but he didn’t come. I’ll take care of you.

- F4M: You had a snake in your pants in the newest iPhone. Your sideburns make me all hot and bothered.

- M4M: You chased me out of the bathroom before we could finish. I loved your tattoos. If you’re reading this, email me the color of your boxers so I know its you.

I don’t know if they were that bad, but they could be.

Anyway, this news inspired me to hop on Craigslist yesterday and take a look at some local missed connections. I didn’t see any for the Oklahoma State Fair, probably because it came to a close six months ago, but I did find a bunch of other creepy, gross, weird, sad and pathetic missed connections.

Check them out. All of them are real. Most are spectacular.

The Dr. Who Club of Altus is seeking volunteers…


One of the running jokes at our 51st St. Speakeasy trivia night is my lack of appreciation for “Arrested Development.” This first came to light when a team used a sly reference from the show as a team name. I think they were called “Dr. Fünke’s 100% Natural Good-Time Family Band Solution.” I didn’t understand the reference. After they explained it to me, I said into the mic “Arrested Development sucks.” This led to me being booed off the stage and Spencer openly questioning if I was beaten as a child.

I first watched Arrested Development during the dark ages of 2006. I was married, caught a cold, and rented the first season on DVD from Blockbuster. Yes, Blockbuster. I planned on doing one of those marathons where I watched an entire season while stuck in bed and blowing my nose, but it didn’t work. Maybe it was the DayQuil, but the show just didn’t resonate with me. I watched a couple of episodes, thought it was boring, and returned it a week later and paid $10 in late fees.

Well, we all make mistakes. I’m now proud to say that I’m an Arrested Development convert! I reached a deal this fall with a Level 4 Ogle Groupie that if she watched NFL football with me, I would give Arrested Development a second chance. Outside of buying the naming rights for this website for $20 from Garfield Ogle, the black sheep of the family, it’s one of the greatest deals I’ve ever made. I’m hooked on the show. I’m halfway through Season 2 and it’s already one of my favorite TV comedies ever. It’s not in the Seinfeld / British Office category, but I’d put in the same class as Curb Your Enthusiasm and, uhm, Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Quite a field, huh?

Anyway, the reason I’m admitting this to you is because I like forced segues. You see, Dr. Who is another cult TV show I don’t get. I’d watch the old BBC show in the 1980s with my dad, but that’s when I was five and didn’t know better. I just can’t get into the new one. It’s too corny and weird and the new Dr. Who is way too young and cool. Because of that, I’m not going to join the Dr. Who Club of Altus and help them make a fan film.

Via the Oklahoman:

Christina Fallin sat down for an awkward “one on one” interview with Channel 25…

Not to be outdone by Kevin Ogle’s chat with President Barack Obama or Amanda Taylor’s sit down with the Bush twins, KOKH Fox 25 landed their own exclusive interview this week. It was with Christina Fallin.

If that seems a little strange, it is. Why are they interviewing her? Are things so bad at OKC’s fourth (or fifth) favorite news channel that they’re now delving into our territory? I think they just wanted us to write about them. What’s next? A profile on Emily Sutton? The creation of Foam Core Jim Traber? Seriously, you all report the real news and leave the non-legitimate stuff —  like anything having to do with Christina Fallin — to us. That’s the way it should work.

Channel 25 posted two clips of the Christina Fallin interview on their website. One was the edited piece that aired last night during the 9;00pm newscast. It was kind of fluffy. The clip you need to watch is the raw, uncut interview. It’s so unedited that it literally begins with Christina awkwardly spelling her name and ends with her playing the keyboard solo from Like a Vulture.

Check it out: