It’s time to resume our role as OKC’s most trusted political tabloid!
We have learned via The Ogle Mole Network that Jason Reese – the guy Stitt hired to be his general counsel back in January, and the same dude who infamously filed the porn title “Hot Wife Chloe Needs To Be Punished” on a campaign expense report – recently informed the Governor he’s getting divorced after falling love with the married lobbyist he was having an affair with.
The lobbyist in question is…
RED ALERT, MY FRIENDS.
Edmond school children are facing a dangerous situation every time they go to school. This time, COVID-19 is the least of Edmond parents’ worries…
Via OKC Fox…
EDMOND, Okla (KOKH) — Parents in Edmond protested Thursday morning at the district’s administration building saying students are being segregated and discriminated against based upon their vaccination status.
Edmond Public Schools released new COVID-19 protocols which indicate how vaccinated and non-vaccinated students will be treated if exposed to COVID-19.
Angela Grunewald, the Edmond Public Schools Superintendent, said the policy was changed because of a spike in cases…
Children that are unvaccinated will be required to complete a 7-day or 10-day quarantine per recommendations by the Oklahoma City-County Health Department.
If the child has been vaccinated they will not have to quarantine if they are not showing symptoms.
The new restrictions have led Edmond parents to protest in front of Edmond schools, as well hop on social media to voice their warped and unhinged discontent for regulations.
For example, take a look at this video by Edmond resident Stephanie Brady, who was also interviewed in the OKC Fox article above. She’s married to former OU standout Ricky Brady and compared life-saving vaccines to spicy chicken tenders that give you explosive diarrhea. At least I think that’s the point she was trying to make.
My parents never went to a “good” restaurant, at least as long as I knew them.
Instead, they would typically settle for steakhouse buffets, eating more than their fair share for a very low price. Places like Sirloin Stockade, Western Sizzlin’ and K-Bob’s were on the weekly rotation every Saturday after church in Waco, Texas, and continued on into my chubby teenage years here in Oklahoma City, with the long-demolished Smorgasbord on Northwest Expressway making plenty of appearances.
My family never looked at food as an actual experience and, you know, they still don’t. As a matter of fact, when Golden Corral recently opened select locations back up from their Covid closures, you would have thought my mother—a slim Mexican woman, mind you—had won life’s lottery, eager to pick up a dinner plate with a selection of culinary choices that should never, ever be mixed.