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July 31, 2007

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All this Centennial Celebration stuff aside, we can't be all that prideful if our state motto is Oklahoma, OK! We're not great, we're just, well, sorta, OK. I'm not all into the whole centennial thing, but I like Oklahoma fine. It's OK :)

As an exiled Okie with deep roots in the state that's married to another deep-rooted Okie, I can tell you lots of great things about Oklahoma: Braum's ice cream and Johnnie's theta burgers would top the list.
Instead of Will Rogers, how about Pretty Boy Floyd ? He's more in keeping with the state's outlaw heritage .

Number 3 is hard for me to believe. From my nearly 4 years in OK, I remember lots of flat land, some rocky areas toward Texas, and the beginnings of the Ozarks as you head east to MO. Mostly I thought OK was ugly. Being from the Northeast really spoils you for the plains.

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