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Throughout the history of blankets, hiding behind one to escape the boogeyman has been a largely pointless tactic. Now, however, an Oklahoma company has developed a blanket that'll protect you against fictional monsters as well as the very real dangers of tornado damage and 9mm bullets. Inspired b...

June 9th 2014 at 10:31am 0 Comments
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The Oklahoma bill that would have placed a 1 percent tax on "violent" video games was viciously murdered by the state's House Revenue and Tax Subcommittee on February 20. The bill, submitted by Representative Will Fourkiller, would have placed the tax on Teen, Mature and Adults Only-rated titles. R...

February 24th 2012 at 1:15pm 0 Comments
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O-K oy vey -- some States just never learn. Oklahoma State Representative William Fourkiller has proposed a 1 percent tax on Teen, Mature and Adults Only-rated games.Fourkiller says, "Violent video games contribute to some of our societal problems like obesity and bullying, but because they raise a...

February 3rd 2012 at 5:00pm 0 Comments
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Oklahoma offers a surprisingly accommodating atmosphere for media producers -- the state offers tax incentives for many creators of TV shows, films and commercials, provided they do said production in-state. Now, Sen. Anthony Sykes (R) is attempting to offer the same sweet deal to creators of video...

January 25th 2009 at 2:00pm 0 Comments
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We have all ideas that the Sooner fanatics in Oklahoma are entirely too focused on making plans to attend the BCS National Championship game to bother with a few new HD channels from Cox, but we suppose this news will be relevant eventually. Based on a revamped high-definition lineup on the carrier...

December 8th 2008 at 4:21pm 0 Comments
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We'll give you precisely one guess as to which three HD channels Suddenlink has added in Muskogee, OK. Done searching? Try The Learning Channel HD (756), Discovery Channel HD (757) and Animal Planet HD (758) -- the same exact trio that it recently pushed to Lubbock, Texas and Arkansas. We had a hunc...

November 19th 2008 at 9:40pm 0 Comments
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Another day, another round of U-verse Total Home DVR rollouts. This time, the good news is being bestowed upon residents of Columbus, Flint, Kansas City, Lubbock and Oklahoma City, giving each of the areas the ability to watch HD / SD DVR recordings on other connected TVs in the home. Here's hoping...

October 21st 2008 at 12:08pm 0 Comments