Oh boy, here we go, again. In classic Microsoft fashion, without any demonstrated need or desire from their end users, yet another version of the Windows operating system has been released, this time imaginatively named Windows 11.

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The sky grew darker and a light rain began falling Friday morning as attorneys delivered closing arguments in a trial that played out this week in District Judge Thad Balkman’s courtroom.

Mailman Preston Tolson likely tired of the two scruffy youngsters waiting for his daily deliveries in June 1967. Our country home was near the end of his route. On hot days, we put a jelly jar full of ice water on the porch for him just to help his disposition.

If Mark Zuckerberg seems irritable, he has good reason. His Facebook empire is facing a digital scandal provoked by a former employee turned whistleblower.

The Public Safety Sales Tax (of one-half of 1%) passed by a vote of citizens as a temporary measure in 2008, and was made permanent by another vote in 2014.

Several years ago, former NFL quarterback-turned commentator John Brodie answered a colleague’s on-air question about University of Oklahoma football with the misinformed response, “I think it is a wagon.”

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Oh boy, here we go, again. In classic Microsoft fashion, without any demonstrated need or desire from their end users, yet another version of the Windows operating system has been released, this time imaginatively named Windows 11.

The sky grew darker and a light rain began falling Friday morning as attorneys delivered closing arguments in a trial that played out this week in District Judge Thad Balkman’s courtroom.

Mailman Preston Tolson likely tired of the two scruffy youngsters waiting for his daily deliveries in June 1967. Our country home was near the end of his route. On hot days, we put a jelly jar full of ice water on the porch for him just to help his disposition.

If Mark Zuckerberg seems irritable, he has good reason. His Facebook empire is facing a digital scandal provoked by a former employee turned whistleblower.

The Public Safety Sales Tax (of one-half of 1%) passed by a vote of citizens as a temporary measure in 2008, and was made permanent by another vote in 2014.

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