Oklahoma Wind Shows World’s Tallest Christmas Trees Who’s Boss

The Oklahoma Weather Gods have officially declared war on Christmas.

Over the weekend, the World’s Largest Christmas Tree was damaged in Enid after ba humbug winds ripped off a 27-foot section from the top of the tree, putting a hazardous dent into the Christmas dreams and wishes of people in Western Oklahoma.

Here are details via KFOR.com:

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Oklahoma brewery releases “Lets GOse Brandon” beer…

Over the weekend, the humorless Wokelahoma segment of the Internet got their outrage on after Black Mesa Brewing launched a new beer called “Lets GOse Brandon.”

Yep, that’s right. A Norman brewery named after a slab of volcanic rock located in the far reaches of our deep red panhandle is pandering to the right-wing craft beer-drinking crowd. That’s an interesting marketing strategy. To please their new fans, they better make sure all their beers taste like Busch Light!

Here’s their Instagram announcement:

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Backstreet Buys: Finding a Like-Minded Friend at Alley Records

Located in a lonely alleyway off Britton sits the hidden gemstone of Oklahoma City’s record-buying public, the aptly named Alley Records, 918 ½ Britton Rd.

Run by local roots musician Ronnie Jay Wheeler, behind that metal door is a whole world of vaunted recordings, one where it’s easy to spend more than an afternoon just sifting through the listenable goods, walking out with an armload or two.

I was there last Saturday afternoon, after months of wanting to visit, if I could find it. Once inside, at first glance, it resembles a teenage boy’s bedroom, with a variety of posters on the wall and various memorabilia in the bookshelves mixed around the thrift-store furniture. I wish my parents had been this permissible.

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