Give credit where credit is due. The cookout held by Gov. Kevin Stitt this past week in response to a billboard calling him a “meathead” was a pretty good troll.
He embraced the moniker in what was assuredly a publicity stunt, but I like the earnesty of the whole event. The billboard itself came about as PETA’s response to the governor’s “Meat All Week” proclamation in late March, and I should note that the animal rights organization responded to the cookout by saying they’re sending Stitt a back brace for all the bowing he’s doing to the meat industry.
So, the cycle of trolling continues, with both sides looking for “gotcha” moments in an epic battle over … hamburgers. At this rate, perhaps Stitt could singlehandedly spearhead the return of Onion Burger Day at the Oklahoma State Capitol? My editor swears it was a highlight of the annual legislative session.
Sounds delicious, doesn’t it?
Past Sundaze comics
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OU basketball says goodbye to Lon Kruger, Sherri Coale
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New depths of boredom after a year with COVID
Demolishing OU housing towers should be a breeze
Happy tastes good: Oklahoma wants to be Texas?
Rolling blackouts: Storm saga so confusing
You’re on your own: It’s too cold for Cupid this year
COVID vaccine: Never doubt what nobody is sure about
Oklahoma Legislature: A mask for thee, but not for me
Quite the quandary: Q followers feel let down
Pop quiz: What is jeopardizing the state of Oklahoma?
Imagine the day-to-day life of the Q Shaman
The year that was: 2020 blew up the bathroom
All we want for Christmas is more COVID-19 vaccine
The coronavirus turns into a pumpkin at 11 p.m.
Day of fasting a brief end for endless breadsticks?
Farewell Steven Adams, OKC’s second Mr. Thunder
Thanksgiving 2020 should be all about perspective
Mixed messaging on masks still makes no sense
Power problems lead to weird rituals after 2020 storm
Halloween 2020 more of a trick than a treat?
No ICU beds: The spooky movie of the season
Students surely making most of extra screen time
Epic fail? Audit yields more questions on public money
Rough Saturday for Sooners fans
Budget blockbusters from the Cox Convention Center?