Monthly Archives: December 2005

Here’s to brighter days

Join President Bush, and JibJab visualizing a few more brighter days in 2-0-6 than 2-0-5.

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Okie round-up

Nettl’s Notes notes her movie. Redneck Eskimo got some nasty Oklahoma wine. Play One on TV knows how to advise his wife. Tulsa Indy Gazetter wants to trade for your bicycle or guitar. don’t dream .it sees Oklahoma from Italy. … Continue reading

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When links stink

I’m wondering if the saying “There is no such thing as bad publicity” applies to blog links. The Comment Section is turned off because of a certain cowardly pitiful cyber-stalker. It lives in Tulsa, OK and it resides here, here … Continue reading

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Men set path for women

Well, it was nice while it lasted. The days of men dominating the Internet may be over, a new study finds. – The study says 68 percent of men and 66 percent of women now go online. Since women make … Continue reading

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Americans can’t keep a secret

It’s pretty bad when the president of the United States can’t trust Americans to keep his possible illegal spying activities on them a secret. The U.S. Justice Department is investigating who disclosed a secret domestic eavesdropping operation approved by President … Continue reading

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Pow not so wow

We used to have a lot more powwows around here than we do now. I rather enjoyed sitting outside and listening to the drums off in the distance, usually originating from the local Indian cemetery. And it always sounded better … Continue reading

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Gov. Henry a sporting man

Brad Henry is not shy about his endorsement of gambling, or the Sooners. Governor Brad Henry and his family are in San Diego Thursday to cheer on the Sooners in the Holiday Bowl. – The Henrys will spend time in … Continue reading

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Looking to find

I’ve been looking into buying a GPS receiver. I thought it might be fun to start an Oklahoma geocaching web site. Does anyone have any advice or experience with GPS’s or geocaching?

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Technically, old-fashioned

I’m a fairly high tech guy… for a baby boomer. I jumped into computing way back in the TI-99/4A days, bought my first notebook computer almost 20 years ago, and carry my digital camera and mp3 player everywhere. I didn’t … Continue reading

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Another good thing about being on vacation

I missed the Sooner basketball trouncing (NewsOK) by West Virginia at the Ford Center that dropped them from 7th to 14th in the polls! Kelvin Sampson called it the most embarrassed he’s been after any game of his OU tenure. … Continue reading

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