Congrats if you had State Rep. Terry O’Donnell in your “Which Oklahoma Lawmaker Will Be Indicted Next?” betting pool!
On Friday, an Oklahoma County grand jury indicted O'Donnell and his wife for a variety of offenses related to some tag agency reforms he hammered through the legislature for the financial benefit of him and his family.
The indictments, which keep alive the proud Oklahoma tradition of shady lawmakers being exposed for being unscrupulous grifter fucks, include felony and misdemeanor charges of conspiracy, perjury, obtaining property by deception, and using computers to violate state law.
Here are some of the details
I haven’t worn shoes to work in almost two years. So, when I do get the rare opportunity to be seen by others in a greater resolution than Zoom can offer, I make sure to take advantage of it. This week, to celebrate her 28th birthday, my sister and I got all gussied up to […]
When I was in public school some twenty-five years ago, there were absolutely nothing on sexual intercourse—straight or otherwise—in the library.
Well, outside of a pamphlet based on a filmstrip featuring Bill Cosby that we watched one time in health class. I don’t remember much about it, because I got sent out into the hallway as I kept referencing Gordon Gartrelle-designed condoms.
Times have changed though, and Norman school libraries are now apparently one step below a Patricia's magazine rack, housing the sleaziest, sickest and probably coolest material that children can check out for two weeks at a time.
At least that’s what I’ve crassly inferred from State Senator Rob Standridge.