Smooth or Chunky?
When it comes to preparing a meal cooks are called on to make multiple decisions. Even after deciding what items will be on the upcoming menu, more choices must be made.
For example will it be fried or scrambled eggs for breakfast? At lunch time will it be chili with or without beans? Which will go better with the dinner steak, French fries or baked potato?
Words to the wise: Stay away from Highway 66 in Verdigris
For the ones of you who have been involved in the mess already will know what I am talking about. For the rest of you, please take warning. The following could probably save a lot of stress.
It seemed to be a simple request and an interesting one to boot.
It seems like several local residents are keeping a constant watch as workmen have starting tearing down the old original high school building.
Moving Into New Century
It appears my family has been successful while dragging me into the 21st Century. After must urging and a few light threats, I finally gave in this past week and became a “Facebook” member.
Here’s to the Girls
I have a question for someone who knows. It is not an earth-shaking question, but I would like to know the answer for no particular reason.
REVIEW: New ‘Transformers’ is loud, clunky, but visually impressive
Optimus Prime is having a bad day.
What’s up with fuel prices?
For many Oklahomans the cost of gasoline makes up a large part of their monthly budget. When gas prices go up, it often means families must rearrange their priorities so that they can simply fill their cars with fuel.
REVIEW: ‘Green Lantern’ is not the character’s ‘brightest day’
Humorist Frank Gelett Burgess is often credited as having said “I don’t know much about art, but I know what I like.”
Aerospace in Oklahoma
Oklahoma has a long-time vested interest in aerospace. We had a presence in the skies early on with Wiley Post, an Oklahoma pilot who became the first to fly solo around the world. We also had a presence in space with Thomas P. Stafford-a native Oklahoman turned astronaut who was aboard space flights and served as commander of Apollo 10, which made the moon landing possible.
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