We have some sad news to report.
Earlier this week, Blakelee Sands – an 18-year-old Edmond girl who just wants to have fun – had her fake ID stolen by the fun haters at the Wolf Trap in Edmond.
Blakelee – who I’m going to assume was an honors student in high school – then did what any drunk, responsible person would do when somebody steals your fake ID. She called the police.
Sadly, that didn’t work out very well.
Did you know that national surveys suggest that 45% of Americans believe in ghosts? Well, if you’re a sitting Oklahoma governor, it turns out that the statistic is bumped up to 100%! Grab your crystal ball and salts, my dudes. Earlier this week, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt used his State of the State address to warn us about the dangers of “ghost students.”
It’s been a warmish winter. As my former neighbor Amy and I came together once again to resurrect this line of heated posts, jackets were left at home and sleeves were rolled up. Too bad that the original three Oklahoma City coffee shops that we planned to visit were closed, so quickly I had to come up with three different ones.
But, in Oklahoma City—a place that likes its caffeinated drinks—that’s really not a problem.
As Amy and I cruised the streets to our next adventure in joe-related goodness, we talked about our recent lives, our exercise routines and, best of all, our seemingly equivalent love of Mexican food. The conversation is always what makes these trips worth it, as I learned on this trip. Off we went, once again…
There was something very comforting about Gov Kevin Stitt getting elected. Finally, FINALLY, we will have somebody in charge who wants to run the state like a business. It was a new and exciting pitch, one we've never seen any elected official attempt ever ever before. We got to boot out that socialist Mary Fallin and install a man with absolutely zero experience in public life and who never voted, and replaced her with a true businessman with the acumen and negotiating powers to make Oklahoma a Top Ten State.
So far, he's been crushing it. From The Oklahoman: