Monthly Archives: May 2014

Moore, Oklahoma – one year later

One year ago today, a devastating EF5 tornado ripped through the central Oklahoma city of Moore.  The tornado reached 1.3 miles wide, packing winds of 210 mph; it killed 24 people and injured over 350 others.  A few days later, … Continue reading

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The Driver’s Seat

When I woke up yesterday morning, I had no plans.  Maybe I’d go downtown to Mayfest and the Blue Dome Arts Festival.  Maybe I’d call some friends and see if anyone wanted to hang out and game.  Or, maybe, I’d … Continue reading

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The Spirit of St. Louis – part three

Our final day in St. Louis contained the reason we’d made the trip in the first place (the concert!) but it held much more than that. We skipped breakfast, as we planned an early lunch at Pappy’s Barbeque.  My friend … Continue reading

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