Oklahoma Prisoner Downloads Child Porn While Working From Prison

Oklahoma call center supervisor and IT manager Corey Fore was recently caught uploading and downloading child pornography while on the job, directly from his work computer. Despite admitting to investigators what he had been up to, Mr. Fore was not arrested. The reason might surprise you: Corey Fore was not arrested because he was already in prison, serving eight life sentences for child sex offenses.

The details of Fore’s previous felonies, including child sex abuse, lewd molestation, and exchanging child pornography while working for Ardmore City Schools are gut-wrenching and no laughing matter. Despite this, somebody, somewhere, thought it would be a good idea to give him unsupervised access to a computer for eight hours a day.

According to a report from OKCFox.com, supervisors at the James Crabtree Correctional Center allowed Fore to obtain a job through Oklahoma Correctional Industries, a program managed by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections.

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TLO Restaurant Review: Mathis Brothers Thirty Four Bistro

Editor’s Note: As Louis Fowler continues to recover and rehabilitate from a stroke, we’re going to republish – per his request – some of his classic TLO Restaurant Reviews from over the years.

 

Today we take a look at his March 2020 excursion to Thirty Four Bistro – a small eatery tucked away inside Mathis Brothers.

We’ll have an update on Louis and his incredible recovery efforts soon. If you’d like to help out and donate to his Louis’s stroke recovery fund, please do so here. Now, to the review…

Sweet Lady Americana: The Passion of Mathis Brothers’ Thirty Four Bistro

As a self-proclaimed Latin lover, I thoroughly believe in romantic gestures like treating your special ladyfriend to the finer things in this life, like brand-name furniture, bottom-shelf steak and, in the case of Mathis Brothers’ Thirty Four Bistro, both.

I had heard rumblings about a snack bar tucked away in the famed sibling-based furniture store, but, little did I know that located in their wholly upscale Design Center, rested this French-style—I’m presuming it’s French-style, at least—bistro that, while at first glance might look like an employee break-room, was in reality a high-class eatery.

Under the smooth guise of treating her to a new Lady Americana divan or a Broyhill breakfast nook—if those things do exist—upon entering Mathis Brothers, you would think with a fully-operational kitchen inside that you’d at least smell the used grease from the fryer, but, instead, the scent in the air was a mildly woven ox-musk, probably from the hanging rugs that we walked by on our way to said bistro.

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State dumps $100-million on local ad agencies and PR firms…

I guess Swadley’s isn’t the only local business sucking on the taxpayer’s teat!

Earlier this week, The “new and improved” Oklahoman reported the state has spent just shy of $100,000,000 with local PR and marketing firms since 2019. As the old VI Marketing creation Fogzie would say, “That’s Not Cool!”

 

 

The report was courtesy of Carmen Forman and Ben “BBQ Bro” Felder – two reporters who will now find themselves on every PRSA, Ad Club, and Press Association shit list.

 

Via The Oklahoman:

 

Public relations companies have found a lucrative customer base among state agencies in recent years as many have signed off on millions of dollars in contract work for everything from website design to brand management.

 

Since 2019, state agencies have spent more than $99 million on public relations and marketing work from outside companies, according to state financial records.

The Oklahoman reviewed more than 60 contracts to learn more about the type of work public relations firms are doing for state agencies, utilizing records from the state Office of Management and Enterprise Services showing payouts from all state agencies and higher education institutions to 16 Oklahoma-based public relations, advertising and branding agencies.

 

Way before I made show-running this website my full-time career, I worked in the marketing and PR field for almost a decade with very legitimate companies. Which begs the question…

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Ogle Madness XIV: Final Four

After 60 matchups, thousands of votes and millions of memories, The Ogle Madness XIV Final Four is finally upon us!

Three of this year’s finalists have connections to Norman – State Rep. Emily Virgin, Mayor Breea Clark and Norman Bear (a.k.a. Bear E. Switzer), while the other – KFOR’s Emily Sutton – has chased tornados through the town’s soon to be turnpiked backroads.

Here are the matchups:

(1) Emily Sutton vs. (7) Emily Virgin
(1) Breea Clark vs. (12) Norman Bear

Each candidate had a unique path to the Final Four.

(7) Emily Virgin sailed through the Northeast before squeaking out a close victory over (5) Joy Hofmeister in the Elite 8, while (1) Emily Sutton survived nailbiters in the Southeast REgion to both (5) Chuck Hoskin and (6) Reservation Dogs.

(12) Norman Bear knocked out a 1,2,4 & 5-seed as he roared through the West, whereas defending champ (1) Breea Clark survived a shoot-out with (11) Del Rancho – home of the steak sandwich supreme – to secure her second consecutive Final 4 stop.

Voting for the Ogle Madness Final Four will run through midnight Saturday. The Championship Game will tip-off Monday morning. Now go vote!

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