Last week we reported that Ashlynn Brook is no longer starring in grown up movies and is instead focusing her attention on becoming an adult film director and mommy blogger. That’s sad news, but as we hinted last week, there is another busty blonde porn star from the Oklahoma City Metro ready to fill Ashlynn’s glittery red high heels. Her name is Bibi Jones and she is from Moore, America.
Here’s a safe for work picture we could find:
Yeah, I don’t even own a gun, but I must admit that a hot chick wearing a red bra and holding a couple of Dirty Harry hand cannons is kind of cool. Then again, she could be holding a pair of mustard bottles, dead puppies or some McCain Brothers Bobble Head Dolls and I’d still find it amusing.
Anyway, I guess you can say Bibi Jones’ career is starting to take off. She recently made the cover of Hustler and appeared on the Howard Stern Show. There, she basically told the world that she’s super slutty, offered to have sex with Howard Stern, and rode that weird orgasm machine. She even admitted to sleeping with a couple of her high school teachers at Westmoore. I bet there are some uncomfortable teachers right now at Westmoore.
Here’s what else we know about her, along with a few other semi-SFW pics:
It is literally too hot to do anything this weekend. If you readers recognize this fact, don’t feel obligated to read any further. But if you need to get your mind off of the Casey Anthony trial because it’s become your all consuming obsession, so much so that you’ve signed that Durant woman’s Change.org petition several times to insure that this never happens again, maybe it’s time to get away from the television. Seriously, leave your house and interact with humans. Listening to Nancy Grace for that long will rot your brain.
Well, readers, if you feel you need to smell that musky smell of horse in the heat, may I suggest you venture to the fair grounds to see Battle in the Saddle? I may be a bad Oklahoman in that I’ve never been to a rodeo. I do own some cowboy boots though, and I enjoy wearing them on occasion. Perhaps that’s why this little shindig doesn’t really appeal to me.
But if you’re a fan of barrel racing and roping and battling in saddles, perhaps you can go watch a redneck engage in traditional redneck activities. There’s even a tradeshow, so you can get one of those purses with cow spots on it. I also imagine the parking lot will be full of extended cab long bed trucks, all parked diagonally and taking up two spots, because that’s a God-given right of truck owners. So you may want to get there early to find your own two spots.
On July 5th, Sally Kern’s self-published book “The Stoning of Sally Kern” was officially put on sale to the masses. The book, of course, deals with the public scrutiny Kern experienced when she announced to the world that she is a homophobic wacko.
Here’s the official description of the book via Amazon:
This book is about Sally Kern, District 84 House of Representatives member from Oklahoma, and her desire to see America return to the conservative principles that guided the nation’s founders. In January 2008, the pastor’s wife and former high school teacher gave a speech to a Republican club in Oklahoma City explaining that the founding fathers believed Christian principles would lead to a civilized society, individual self-government, good citizens, the elevation of learning, and a cohesive value system. While explaining the fifth benefit, a cohesive value system, she told of a group of wealthy homosexual activists who threatened the nation’s moral fabric by attempting to unseat seventy conservative politicians who opposed their agenda. Clips from the speech later were posted on YouTube, generating more than 2 million hits and leading to what she describes as a media “stoning.” That didn’t stop her from winning re-election or from continuing her calls for America to return to the conservative principles that made it great. In this book she warns that there is danger ahead if social conservatives don’t preserve the nation’s foundations of morality, truth, and tolerance. She issues a cry for conservatives to stand for their freedom now before they no longer have the right to do so.
Yeah, notice how the description fails to mention why she received her “stoning?” It wasn’t because she warned a bunch of frightened conservatives about the threat of “wealthy homosexual activists.” That’s a normal right-wing Oklahoma wacko thing to do. What got everyone all riled up was that she compared homosexuals to terrorists who kill and murder people. Big difference.
Anyway, because I’m a semi-intelligent human being who doesn’t like to pollute my mind with self-righteous manifestos written by right-wing homophobic racist bigots, I didn’t read Sally Kern’s book. And I don’t plan on reading it either. If I wanted to do something that would make me sigh loudly, sarcastically laugh to myself, and then throw up in my mouth, I’d just watch this YouTube video over and over. That would do the trick.
So instead of reading Sally Kern’s book, we decided to come up with a list of eight other books she could/should probably write. We probably wouldn’t read them either, but hey, some of them are good ideas:
• According to Steve Lackmeyer, it appears the days for Stage Center may be numbered. This is the dated theater/events complex that you sometimes stumble around during the Festival of the Arts when you get lost or maybe vandalize with white shark posters when you are bored.
This really isn’t too bad of news. Sure, the place was designed by a famous architect, but it’s useless, sits on valuable real estate, and even Rand Elliot probably thinks the design is eccentric and over the top. We should tear it down and put something else there.
• One of our questions this past Tuesday at Team Trivia Night was “What gas gives Neptune its blue color?”
Well, one team couldn’t come to an agreement on the answer. One guy thought the correct answer was “Methane,” while another guy was positive it was “Nitrogen.” In fact, the guy was so sure that “Nitrogen” was the way to go, that he told his team they could slap him if they went with his answer and got it wrong. Here is a video clip of what happened a few minutes later:
In case you missed it — and I know that I did — Oklahoma City’s own Color Me Badd is reuniting. They will play a show with All-4-One in Oklahoma City on July 30th at some place called Casablanca near the Kilpatrick Turnpike.
If you are under the age of 25 and wondering why this is news, it’s because Color Me Badd is a ”boy band” from Oklahoma City that made it huge in the early 90s. They are kind of like Oklahoma City’s version of Hansen, except the band members are not related, not as talented and none of them look like 11-year-old girls.
The fact that a band like Color Me Badd achieved such high levels of success is kind of remarkable. They really weren’t great singers, performers, and they even came across as dorky in 1991.
In fact, I think a group like Color Me Badd could only have been successful in the early 1990s. That was just a weird period in music. There were lots of musical styles beginning to take shape and control of the landscape (think hip hop and alternative), and music didn’t seem as categorized as it is today. It wouldn’t be odd to turn on KJ-103 and hear some dude rap about the summertime, some homosexual from Georgia sing about religion (over the chords of a mandolin), and then some monks chant about sadness.
It also wouldn’t be odd to turn on MTV and see a Color Me Badd music video where they fall in love with a transvestite:
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