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  1. Covid-19 in OKC (coronavirus)

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    In my opinion, no company should require employees to get covid vaccinations until it's fully approved by the FDA.

    I'll admit though, with all the crazy stuff against taking the covid vaccines going on the Internet, I would probably be too afraid to get one if I was under age 40 or 50. But like I said before, if younger, I would, no doubt, feel myself frustratingly lodged between a rock and hard place. It's also like back when I got the covid vaccine during both times I asked myself
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  2. Blog #4: The Need For A League of Their Own (Part 3)

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    Tuesday, June 8
    Championship Series Game 1
    This Series marks the first time in CWS history that both finalists came out of the Elimination Bracket, Both teams had to play a total of six games each just to make it this far, which was a positive for Oklahoma because they had a chance to warm their bats up, and by this time, the Bash Sisters and their bats were red hot. Florida State continue to show the moxie that they displayed all tournament long.
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  3. Blog #4: The Need For A League of Their Own (Part 2)

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    The Oklahoma City Zoo is located only 2.5 miles from my childhood home. It was one of the top zoos in the nation, but it was surrounded by little else; only the little-know Softball Hall of Fame Museum and a main “stadium” surrounded by adjoining softball fields. I had been by there a few times before graduating from high school, but I never gave it a second thought. As a young adult I spent a few summers playing softball with a few games at the complex, where they had ...

    Updated 08-05-2021 at 08:50 PM by K SUMP ON SPORTS

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  4. Blog #4: The Need For A League of Their Own (Part 1)

    As I have stated before, I was born and raised on the (North) East side of Oklahoma City. It was middle class, relatively crime-free and pretty much all Black, with very few exceptions. In the mid-1970s, there wasn’t much to do in Oklahoma City in general as far as tourism but especially on the East Side, but as a teenager, what did I care? There were plenty of fun things to keep an active and curious mind occupied on a daily basis. I knew of other places through reading or television, but I never ...

    Updated 08-05-2021 at 08:52 PM by K SUMP ON SPORTS

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  5. Blog #7: The Ghosts of Tulsa (Part 2)

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    Back in the late 1970s, Team Hawaii of the North American Soccer League moved to Oklahoma and became the Tulsa Roughnecks, they had a six year run before the NASL folded; they won the League Championship in 1983 to cap the only top-tier professional team’s run in the state. Until…

    The Ford Center was built in Downtown Oklahoma City in 2002 using a new city initiative called the Metropolitan Area Projects, or MAPS, without an anchor tenant. Three years later. ...

    Updated 07-30-2021 at 09:02 PM by K SUMP ON SPORTS

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