7 seedy things you’ll find on the Oklahoma Dark Web

Bad news, ya’ll!

According to KFOR, nefarious fiends from the obscure bowels of the internet have launched a ransomware attack against the City of Tulsa, stealing thousands of people’s sensitive information and allegedly leaking it to the Dark Web.

For those of you who use the internet for less deviant activities like obscure local social blogging, the Dark Web is known as a seedy part of the internet where anonymous users engage in sketchy-if not illegal- activities. I’m sure the Oklahoma Dark Web has much more than Tulsan addresses and lists of parking citations. In fact, here’s 7 other things you’ll find on the Oklahoma Dark Web.

Bootlegged OETA Movie Club Episodes to Torrent

You gotta crack a few eggs (and probably codes) to watch “OETA Movie Club Presents-Lawrence of Arabia” without being interrupted by intermittent, desperate pleas to donate to your local PBS station.

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Art Attack: Searching for Strawberries Newport at the Festival of the Arts

As TLO head honcho Patrick described Strawberries Newport, a creation his late uncle Phil Pitt brought to the Arts Festival about 40 years ago, it sounded like a pure work of divine art. I imagined the whipped topping sensually set on the precisely reddened fruit, gently placed upon a softened bed of puff pastry, slowly forking the pastry into my ultimately waiting mouth.

Through a convoluted tale of sweet deals and creamy backstabbing, as I learned how that famed Festival of the Arts dessert came to be, I made it the delightfully sheer focus of my trip to the annual celebration this Wednesday afternoon, with, if I’m being honest, viewing the sheer artistic side of Oklahoma on the gelatinous backburner.

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