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Pickups are the official Yukon pool floaties of 2021

I’m a summer grinch and loathe most of the season. It’s hot and sticky, there are bugs everywhere, and my allergies go berserk.

But there are some fun parts to it. Grilling food with your friends, being pressured into outdoor events, and most importantly, pool parties.

Apparently, this guy decided to literally crash a pool party, in the most unconventional way.

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7 other “controversial” theories that should be banned from Oklahoma schools…

Being a right-wing utopia (a.k.a. poor, uneducated rural state) that was literally built on the foundations of racism, Oklahoma has naturally led the way in jumping on the manufactured Critical Race Theory controversy that’s permeating throughout the United States.

After passing a law banning honest discussions about racism in America from being conducted in Oklahoma, and in the process, reminding us why it’s probably important to have honest discussions about race in classrooms, the State Board of Education recently introduced guidelines on how time implement them.

I know that our esteemed lawmakers only want what’s best for Oklahoma’s white Christian students, but I think there are other, more dangerous concepts plaguing our public schools. Here are 7 other controversial theories that should be banned from Oklahoma schools!

The “Racism Doesn’t Exist Anymore Because We Elected A Black President” Theory

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