Commissioner Brian Maughan looking for love on Tinder…

Hey ladies! If you’re a fan of county government, new jails, and against the destruction of political campaign signs, have we got a guy for you!<p><br>

Thanks to a tip via the Ogle Mole Network, we’ve learned that Oklahoma County Commissioner Brian Maughn is – once again – looking for love on the online dating scene.<p><br>

This time around, he’s ditched the winks of Match for the swipes of Tinder. Check out these screengrabs:<p><br>

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7 other types of gambling Oklahoma should legalize…

Good news, my fellow Oklahomans! We finally have a lawmaker who is looking out for our best interests!

Representative Ken Luttrell has introduced House Bill 3008. If passed and signed into law, it would legalize sports betting in the state and put Hookie the Bookie out of business:

“Illegal sports betting occurs throughout Oklahoma, and figures I obtained from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) show 11 offenses recently with tens of thousands of dollars seized,” Luttrell said. “This reflects only a fraction of what actually occurs in our state. The Oxford Economics Group estimates that legal sports betting would generate $240 million in revenue for Oklahoma and create over 3000 direct and indirect jobs. This legislation just makes sense.”

We’re all for legal gambling at The Lost Ogle. but I don’t think the fine folks of this state should be limited to wagering their paychecks on overpaid amateur and professional athletes.

In fact, there are many other things Oklahomans should be allowed to gamble on, including…

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Nathan Dahm introduces more wild and crazy bills…

Although the 2022 legislative session is still weeks away, Broken Arrow State Senator – and Oklahoma US Senate Candidate – Nathan Dahm is in regular-season form.

Perhaps galvanized by his surprising second-place finish (9%) in US Senate polling – or enthralled by all the newlywed sweater sex he’s been having – Oklahoma’s most lovable right-wing loser has introduced some impressive bills that will make all MAGA men and women proud.

One bill he filed would stop “political prisoners” from being transported through Oklahoma by land, air, and, of course, sea. And by political prisoners, he means rioters who haphazardly tried to overthrow the US government in January of 2021.

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Trick Shot: The Fairly Unknown Onion Burgers of Chester’s Pool Hall

I grew up three or so blocks from the fabled Chester’s Pool Hall, 2733 NW 50th. Even back then, they were secretly famous for their onion burgers, conceived at a time when secrets like that were kept rightly under wraps by neighborhoods that didn’t want to share them with anyone.

I, however, never went there as a kid, mostly due to the pool-hall police stories that my parents filled my developing head with to great effect. However, the one time that I did manage to sneak over there, as I sat in the back noshing on my quite tasty burger, I was made fun of by a couple of upperclassmen from high school, which carried over for much of my sentence at Northwest Classen.

But, you know what? I’m currently fucking 43 years old and if I want to eat a fucking burger at Chester’s, then by God I’m going to eat a fucking burger at Chester’s.

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