Welcome back to Ogle Madness VIII! The second round starts today. This week’s games will be 100% MJim Inhofe free. He performed as well as the Big 12. If you’d like to see the complete results of the first round of games, you can find them here.
Today’s games feature a whopping three local TV meteorologists. Analysts have dubbed it “The Region of Wrong.” Here are the matchups:
(1) Emily Sutton vs (9) 107.7 The Franchise
(4) Mike Gundy vs (5) David Payne
(3) The Ogle Brothers vs (6) Marijuana
(2) Gary England vs (7) The Blue House
Happy Friday, everybody. I hope you’re all enjoying the second day of the NCAA tournament. In the meantime, here’s your recap of the first round of Ogle Madness. Yes, the first round is just as finished as the Big 12’s bragging rights. At the rate this is going, by the time you read this Kansas will be losing and OU and OSU will be getting ready to catch a plane.
Come back next Monday for the second round of games. Here’s what happened this week.
If you are going to do something, do it right.
We should all follow this philosophy, no matter the task or situation. Say for instance I perform kidney stone surgery tomorrow, I would do my best to be successful the first time. I should also mention that I’m not a surgeon and do not hold a medical degree. Still, I would bring my A-game.
This Tulsa man has the right idea. From NewsOK:
“Police: Oklahoma man hospitalized following naked rooftop standoff”
If you’re going to have a standoff, be nude, be proud, and be way up in the air so everyone can see you. The old school standoffs where the gunmen hid in the saloon are so passé. So yeah, sorry, I’m a standoff hipster. Some people are pretentious about coffee and art, but me, if you are going to be on “COPS,” you damn well better do it right.
Here’s a woman who knows how to handle her jealousy of her ex-boyfriend’s new girlfriend. From KOCO:
“Girlfriend, ex jump in river to see who man saves”
So a young man and his new girlfriend have a meeting with his ex-girlfriend who apparently won’t leave them alone. This meeting happened to take place next to a river.
The women begin to fight, and the ex-girlfriend changes the game by jumping into the river and yelling for her ex to save her. Now that’s doing it right, but not to be outdone, the new girlfriend follows suit.
The man chooses to rescue his girlfriend, leaving the ex all wet. What makes this even better is that the river wasn’t deep, and the ex-girlfriend was stuck waist deep in river mud, needing firefighters to help her escape. The girlfriend, well she didn’t fare much better. She hit a boat on her way into the river, causing minor injuries.
What I’d pay to have seen this. Probably about $6 or $7 dollars. Anyways, if you are going to do it, do it right.
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And here we are, the final games of the first round! What a long, strange trip it’s been. Don’t forget to go vote for this morning’s games here. This afternoon’s games feature Russell Westbrook, Linda Cavanaugh and then nothing else but a whole lot of questionable people. Here they are:
(6) Mary Fallin’s Gold Bust vs (11) Joe Dorman
(3) Mayor Mick vs (14) Derpy Dan Fisher
(7) Linda Cavanaugh vs (10) Jenni Carlson
(2) Russell Westbrook vs (15) Yellow Lamborghini Driver
Since moving to Oklahoma City in 1990, I have driven by Ingrid’s Kitchen at least once a day for my entire residency, but have never once stopped in to try the food. (I have stopped a few times at the hippie shoe store around the corner from it to stock-up on Birks, Danskos and Keens, however, but that’s another story.)
Now is the point where I tell you why, and at the risk of ruining all the positive societal relations that Starbucks has managed to accrue in the past few days (#RaceTogether), I’ve just never been the biggest fan of Germans. Sure, I love Klaus Kinski, Goo Girls and Einstürzende Neubauten as much as the next beefy Chicano, but, still, one of those basterds shot my father in World War II and, well, that really wasn’t too cool of you, Germany.
Ingrid’s was also probably one of the last local eateries I’d had even considered reviewing until esteemed TLO editor Patrick mentioned that it had been on an episode of Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, which totally perplexed me. Oddly situated in a residential neighborhood on the corner of NW 36th and Youngs, Ingrid’s is in no way a diner, a drive-in or a dive, but for some reason, Smashmouth frontman Guy Fieri still shot a segment there focusing on their Reuben sandwich, declaring it an “all-star,” adding that it should get its “game on” and “go play.”
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