8 other things we should steal from Seattle…

Haha, now we’re taking Seattle’s elephants! Earlier this week, it was announced that the Oklahoma City Zoo would be acquiring a pair of endangered Asian elephants from Seattle’s Woodlawn Park Zoo on a long-term loan. The move is both practical and symbolic. It’s practical because the elephants would join the existing Oklahoma City heard and live inside […]

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Some truck thieves wound up in a chicken coop

For the most part, I try to break Oklahoma stereotypes. We’ve come a long way in my lifetime, and I feel that the progressives and the movers and shakers in our city need to be rewarded for the hard work they’ve done to bring Oklahoma out of the dark ages. I do my part by […]

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Snowless Snowdays, Dry Slots and yet another winter weather fail…

Yesterday was a weird day…

Despite there not being any precipitation the night before, Oklahoma City Public Schools and other metro districts announced Tuesday night they were canceling school on Wednesday due to a winter storm that would strike that morning.

https://twitter.com/OKCPS/status/572970758021857280

The storm, as usual, was predicted and hyped by forecasters, the local media and all the other people who own stock in ice melt and kitty litter. Starting at 6am, the Oklahoma City metro was going to first be hit by freezing rain, then sleet, and then, well, let’s just look at the weather forecast News 9 tweeted early Wednesday morning:

https://twitter.com/NEWS9/status/573092898876493825

Nasty stuff, huh? Fortunately for us, News 9 and the rest of the lot missed big time…

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