Posts tagged "oklahoma"

Racist ex-frat boys suing University of Oklahoma

"Just because people found out we’re racists doesn’t mean we should be branded as racists."…
In News by Drew Salisbury / March 13, 2015

Teacher fired after shoving kids in trunk of car for Walmart snack run

However, from the kids' perspective, being locked in a trunk for a few minutes was probably a small price for getting to ditch school AND get snacks.
In News by Maggie Serota / December 19, 2014

Satan told this guy to wreck the Ten Commandments statue

"He said Satan told him to do it," claimed authorities, "and that he was a Satanist."…
In News by Maggie Serota / October 24, 2014

Oklahoma prisoners escape jail through plumbing ducts

Ducts which were conveniently human-sized.
In News by Rebecca O'Neal / October 29, 2013

Oklahoma kid arrested for naked joyride on motorcycle, wins $50 bet

Dude rode 20 miles with nothing but a boot covering his junk.
In News by Brian Abrams / June 28, 2013

Photo roundup: Incredible images of the Oklahoma tornado

Sure to be some of the most shocking images of 2013.
In News by Alex Moore / May 21, 2013

CNN interviews Oklahoma rescue volunteer wearing ‘She Wants the D’ t-shirt

Devin Anderson threw on the first thing he found in a rush to help his girlfriend's family.
In News by Brian Abrams / May 21, 2013

Oklahoma congressman: Customers ‘might try to Jew me down’ on a price

The House Majority Leader apologized for his anti-Semitic spiel on Wednesday.
In Politics by Brian Abrams / April 18, 2013

Interview: The Flaming Lips

Stephen Drozd sat down with us a week before the 13th Flaming Lips album, "The Terror" drops worldwide.
In Music by Andrew Poitras / April 8, 2013

The Continuing Abortion Battle: Missouri And Oklahoma's New Laws

Abortion is one hell of a sticky subject and has been for quite some time. But while I'd like to think the world is getting progressively more progressive, even if at a sloth-like pace, pro-lifers and Christians still adamantly fight for the rights of fetuses, and states like Missouri and Oklahoma have gotten away with…
In News by Amy Dupcak / July 16, 2010

Ed Norton Succeeds Where Michael Cera Failed

When it comes to movies I trust Roger Ebert, it’s hard not to, he’s been reviewing films since 1966, twenty-one years before I was born. For the most part the man is usually on point and his word can make or break independent films. When I recently saw the trailer for Tim Blake Nelson’s Leaves
In News by Matt Kiebus / February 12, 2010