In case you missed it, Halloween 2021 is right around the corner!
If you’re a master procrastinator like me, you probably haven’t even started on your costume yet. That’s okay, because I put together this little guide of 10 Last-Minute Oklahoma Halloween Costume Ideas!
I can’t guarantee they’ll win you any prizes or help you get laid, but they’re better than not wearing any costume at all.
Here you go:
1. Dr. Kevin Stitt
Just find an old cap and gown, put on some fancy academic robes you didn’t earn, and buy a pair of bushy eyebrows.
As most of our fine readers know, I’m a proud graduate of Oklahoma City Community College. I went to school there on both a full-time and part-time basis from 1996 to 1999, earned an Associate’s Degree in Arts, and in 2013, was inducted into the college’s prestigious Alumni Hall of Fame along with Lacey Lett. […]
Outside of dramatic severe weather coverage, sensationalized crime reports and sappy, heartwarming human interest stories that pander to our primitive emotions, there's nothing the Oklahoma media loves more than a good Oklahoma mountain lion sighting.
The most recent one occurred earlier this month. Here's the video footage:
I’ve made it known here that, for the most part, I’m really not an alcohol drinker.
I guess much of it comes from the addictions of family and friends over the years that have always been hard for me to mentally shake, as well as the abject fear of drugs and alcohol that was instilled in me through the various high school initiatives I was forced to take part in.
But, if I’m being truly honest, the main reason has always been the racial boogeyman that Indigenous people are far more susceptible to the addictive properties of alcohol, with addiction being almost instantaneous. It’s something that has always been the rattlesnake in my boot, having seen it destroy so many people so many times, Native or not.