No offense to Shane Jett or Rob Standridge, but if you were going to post betting odds on which Oklahoma State Senator would be the next one caught blowing a teen prostitute in a south OKC interstate motel room, there’s a good chance Nathan Dahm – the infamous Derplahoman from Broken Arrow – would be the heavy favorite.
Ever since Paul Scott lost reelection, the guy’s basically been in a tier all by himself. We know this because…
Bad news, buffet, beverage, and brunch enthusiasts! According to KFOR, the OKC metro is experiencing a shortage of service industry employees! While the article blames the deficiency on dispensaries dishing out at least dozen dollars per hour to their hired hands and thus high-jacking the workforce, I think there are other reasons employees are leaving their waiting and bartending gigs. In fact, here are 7 real reasons why the OKC service industry can’t find help.
The Church Crowd
After a most fearsome year of social distancing, home lockdowns and life-threatening illnesses, it was a relief to finally feel like we’re in the beginning stages of a newfound freedom, walking around outside at a local art festival, viewing visual explosions of sheer creativity by talented locals that, I’m sure, have been nearly dying for area attention all year as well.
Armed with a bunch of canvases, a lot of dark paint and one fucking big steamroller, the apropos Steamroller Print Fest 2021, sponsored by Artspace at Untitled, was held down in Deep Deuce this past Saturday, bringing together two human properties you rarely see in the same sport—the art crowd and the construction crowd—coinciding as the mighty machine created art right before me by using the woodprints by artists and the steamroller as a press, combining the two in artistic bliss.