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Blog Oklahoma Podcast

Welcome to Blog Oklahoma 

The Blog Oklahoma Podcast is an open topic podcast, so I'm likely to talk about anything. Mostly though, I'll share writing, blogging, podcasting, and other tech information; attempt to keep everyone up on Oklahoma current events, especially when it's time to go vote; highlight some of Oklahoma's fascinating history; and I'll also let everyone in on my day to day life here in the Great State of Oklahoma.

And as always, thank you for listening to the Blog Oklahoma Podcast. – K. Latham

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Oct 13, 2008

I finally was able to work on part of that task I mentioned last episode, that has been eluding me for some time.  I was able to craw up our new ladder, and start the much needed scrapping of the paint.  I worked on the job for a few hours removing the old weathered pealing green paint. And just as I was finishing up the sky grew gray and dark, as if something ominous was happened.

In The News:
Some of the latest headlines from the Oklahoma blog-o-sphere and (Bum Bum Buuuum) the main stream media.

This Week in Oklahoma History:
On October 14, 1968 an earthquake caused minor damage at Durant, Oklahoma.  Walls cracked, glass was broken, can goods fell from shelves,  and a 5 foot tall advertising stand was reported to have fallen over.

Oklahoma State Question 741

Show Links:

Me & Sam by Billy Bourbon
Halloween by Fishing For Comets

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