Gathering Place park sues Gathering Place coffee shop for having same generic name…

I’ve never been 100% sure how I feel about Tulsa’s big, fancy and ballyhooed $425-million Gathering Place. On one hand, I guess it’s cool that Tulsa has a huge, internationally acclaimed, giant super park for the public to use, and to help the all-mighty Kaiser family to feel better about themselves. Then again, in today’s […]

7 more ways Kevin Stitt can distract himself from real work!

Word on the street is that our esteemed Governor Kevin Stitt is joining 25 other governors in a letter-writing campaign to President Biden, calling on the president to tighten border security.

Being that…

A) The government is already enacting atrocious, systemically racist measures to keep asylum seekers out of the country that need to stop.

B) Oklahoma is not even a top 10 state for migration, and

C) Research has shown that immigration is beneficial to the country for multiple reasons, I can’t really figure out a reason why Stitt felt like he needed to waste time calling for stricter borders. Well, I guess just because he’s doing “something” it doesn’t mean that something is productive.

As the governor of a state that just lost its 10,000th resident to an ongoing global pandemic, you’d think he would be prioritizing his time a little differently.

But much like a college sophomore choosing to rearrange the empty booze bottles lined up on top of their bookshelf instead of studying for their biology midterm, our esteemed governor has a lot to do before he takes personal responsibility for handling the pandemic and other issues the state is facing.

In fact, here’s 7 more ways Kevin Stitt can distract himself from real work!

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Go Buck Yourself: Grinning and Winning at Buck Atom’s Cosmic Curios in Tulsa

There’re three things that I’m particularly bad at: taking care of my health, taking care of the love I find and, perhaps worst of all, winning at anything and everything.

I used to enter contests online in the hopes of emerging the champion of typing my name and address into a computer, but usually only succeeded in hundreds upon hundreds of unsolicited emails.

That is until I won fifty bucks from TravelOK to Buck Atom’s Cosmic Curios, located at 1347 E. 11th, on Route 66 over in Tulsa:

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