Although it wasn’t as attention-grabbing as the tale of the backwoods, black market castrators from the hill country of Southeastern Oklahoma, one of the most clickable stories to come out of our state in 2020 was the sad story about some inmates at the Oklahoma County Jail who were handcuffed to a pole and forced to listen to Baby Shark for hours on end.
It’s been nearly a year since that original story broke, and now, just in time for a regurgitated click cycle, the inmates who were tortured doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo have filled a lawsuit doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo in federal court.
News 9 scored an interview with one of those inmates – John Basco:
Brunch is one of those invented mealtimes that wasn’t made for someone like me. Typically, it’s forced upon you, where you’re surrounded with people that you can’t stand, and, of course, the food is usually good but never great, all for a price that is far above your typical meal, and that’s before the extraneous alcohol, if you’re into that.
And I wonder why I’m never invited out.
That has almost always been my worldview and, to be fair, it’s never let me down. But I found a place in Norman that does a good job of keeping the Sunday morning attitude—and price—to a bare minimum, offering a slightly more Latin menu for the odd hours that the breakfast/lunch hybrid has been known to cater to: Blu Fine Wine and Food, 201 S. Crawford.