Saturday, July 11, 2020

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Twitter

Twitter follows: Funny folks and a guy OG&E blocked

(Editor's Note: This is the first of three posts where NonDoc staff answer the question, "For someone new to either Oklahoma City or Twitter,...
bacon

Sunday Funday: The price of safety at home

Safety First Poem Second Go Native. Go Nowhere. Go Vote. by Derek Geiger The drums of Babylon are fading As the drummers bang stronger. Reverse the Exodus, my people! We shall...
civil asset forfeiture

Where the river goes: A tribute playlist for Scott Weiland

In light of vocalist and frontman Scott Weiland's unfortunate death Thursday night in Bloomington, Minn., NonDoc offers up this Spotify playlist as tribute to an...
photo essay

Photo essay: From summer to here

(Editor's Note: Longtime Norman resident and photographer extraordinaire Doug Hill will be contributing photojournalism to NonDoc for the foreseeable future. Hill met NonDoc managing...
bullets

Evils of terrorism, large and small, at your doorstep

AUSTIN, Texas — Timothy McVeigh was a terrorist. McVeigh was an American-born, lily-white, homegrown terrorist who killed 168 people, grievously injured three times that number...
bacon

Sunday Funday: Jesus and Vermin Supreme

No Room at the Inn by Derek Geiger I forget what Jesus said When I become afraid. Though His words are bolded red, They seem to run away. It's not...
online dating

The scraps: Dating tales for the doggie plate

If you've been reading NonDoc lately, you've probably noticed our miniseries on the perils and pitfalls of online dating. We covered women's nightmare encounters...
transgenerational trauma

Sooners aren’t causing your ‘transgenerational trauma’

Jumping the Shark is an idiom "used to describe the moment in the evolution of a television show when it begins a decline in...

A somber Sunday Funday: Requiem for Paris

Requiem for Paris by James Coburn In Paris, crossing the Seine On a bridge of stone, Footsteps beckon our arrival. The Seine reflects A cityscape lit by windows Framing candle light spinning Fervent...
street art

Wynwood Walls: The rise and fall of ‘gentlefication’

MIAMI — One of my favorite things to do while in a new city is wander around and take pictures of graffiti. Street art....

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