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Saturday, October 23, 2010

Another Saturday night

Posted By on Sat, Oct 23, 2010 at 5:21 PM


Besides the fact that it's too darn hot for late October, the big Hog win makes for a great day. ('Nuttin' Doin' says the D-G Twitter headline. I'm over Houston. And Nutt puns. How about you?) Also auspicious is the four-cheese pizza I have in the making. Brian Chilson provides photos of today's Mud Run. The line is open.


Hey, how about weighing in on this:

The Republican candidate for governor of Oklahoma is a woman, twice married, blended family of kids. The Democratic candidate is a woman, unmarried. The Republican says her motherhood makes her better qualified. Care to comment on the latest loonbag to surface from the slough of despond that is Oklahoma politics?


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