Monthly Archives: September 2005

Learning to blog

The homework blog: Hello, My name is Kiara Sanders and I’m a student at Southeastern Oklahoma State University and this blog is part of a course that I’m taking which is EDUC 3313 Technology Intergration for the Classroom. This is … Continue reading

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Boren called turkey

The Green Man is especially mad at Rep. Dan Boren and the rest of the Oklahoma congressional delegation. Yesterday, a slim majority of member of the United States House of Representatives voted for H.R. 3824, an attack upon the landmark … Continue reading

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What the heck ya ‘posed to do?

Dropping off recyclables today, I came across the following note taped to one of the containers: “Lost wedding ring in this dumpster two weeks ago.” I duly paused for a moment of silence. Then dumped my stuff.

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Political divide

Question: How politically divided are we as a nation? If you are… a Democrat/liberal – What Republican could best lead the country now? a Republican/conservative – What Democrat could best lead the country now? a third party/Independent – What Republican … Continue reading

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FEMA, Coburn, and Carnivals

Me and the doke of Okiedoke (perhaps she would see it a different way), just finished re-booking our West Caribbean cruise for December. The originally scheduled ship was pirated away from us. I thought it awfully generous that the cruise … Continue reading

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OK political season opens

Next week is shaping up to be the official start of the political season in Oklahoma. Republicans have begun playing the music to set their game of musical chairs in motion. I look to be busy updating and rearranging the … Continue reading

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Pressure now on the Hornets

With the promising news of financial success for the New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets, Oklahoma stands to gain from the bad luck of New Orleans brought on by hurricane Katrina. George Shinn, owner of the New Orleans Hornets, predicts they will … Continue reading

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Okies dogging it?

I had a spike in visitors last week from a link in a couple CNN online news stories about gas prices and gouging. For most bloggers, this would be good news. It’s reasonable to expect such exposure could generate a … Continue reading

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Oklahoma gambling not paying off

Oklahoma leaders who talked up the large return from state supported gambling are recalculating the odds of a big payoff. Revenue from tribal casinos is lower than state officials predicted but they say it’s too soon to say whether initial … Continue reading

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Boobs get coverage

This whole Iraq War protesting thing is not fair. It seems anti-war protestors are getting the bulk of the press coverage. … a massive demonstration on Saturday on the National Mall that drew a crowd of 100,000 or more, the … Continue reading

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