Big News for Okies - Grow New Teeth
Posted in the Oklahoma City Forum
#1 Aug 2, 2013
July 31, 2013
New teeth grown from human urine
BBC News reports that a team of scientists at the Guangzhou Institutes of Biomedicine and Health used urine as the starting point in search of a way of growing new teeth to replace those lost with age and poor dental hygiene.
It's fairly certain that despite the downsides
Okie breath will still be improved.
The Okie legislature needs to pass a law
that national newscasters can't televise
tornado victims and others missing most
of their teeth. Force this issue, smile
at your legislator.
#2 Aug 6, 2013
#3 Aug 9, 2013
So the content doesn't offend you just who was doing it? So if "blacks" were televised as tornado victims, that's bad...but if it's whites televised as tornado victims, it's funny.
Funny...you have no hesitation laughing and defining us as what you think we are as Christians and conservatives.
You're a ridiculous hypocrite, little girl.
#4 Aug 10, 2013
You seem to be guilty of something by turning your scenario into a black and white issue.
More so, you should direct your anger towards the one who created this thread instead become so hostile because of the acronym I posted.
You Hillbilly Okie Bastard
#5 Aug 10, 2013
Btw, what does having missing teeth have anything to do with being black or white since you want to play the race card you Red Neck Okie Bastard.
Omit the fact that there are hispanics in society or better yet asians with missing teeth as well eh.
#6 Aug 10, 2013
BS. I burned you on your hypocrisy...again.
#7 Aug 10, 2013
Your definition of hillbilly okie:
"Any white person I disagree with."
#8 Aug 10, 2013
BTW, let's hear about your illustrious Mayor Bob Filner, douche.
You know very well what I meant...pro-black, anti-white double standard. But you get your rocks off on being a little girl on things like that.
#9 Aug 10, 2013
You're seeking an argument : in fact, your "Grammar" indicates your level of intelligence.
I don't give a shit about the asshole mayor of San Diego for that matter, nor am I a native of this city.
Oklahoma ranks amongst the top 10 states that are the least desired to live in I'm sure you can illustrate that equation.
Perhaps I rattled your chain due to your sporadic outbursts in posts eh; take a chill pill "Hillbilly". enjoy your miserable life that you have left.
#10 Aug 10, 2013
Anyone can be a Hillbilly; I have encountered Hillbillies of all ethnicities; enough with the race card Idiot.
You're trying to turn the issue into a verbal race war? "Typical Racist"
#11 Aug 10, 2013
You SoCal types think the world revolves around you. WE are the real America in places like Oklahoma.
Which begs the question...why are you on the OKC forum? Others who are here from out of state are Oklahoma natives or have other ties to this area. What's your story?
#12 Aug 10, 2013
Heaven help us. That's what's really wrong with
America. Okies who think they're the REAL America.
Thankfully it's not still 1955 everywhere.
I once heard a political radio ad while living in
OKC that stated that an opponent had left the state
once to work in Texas, and that that disqualified him
for office in Okieland forevermore. Now that's the
true Okie outlook.
#13 Aug 10, 2013
As opposed to a 11% unemployment rate, a welfare state built on high tax rates, liberal entitlement benefits, one third of the nations welfare recipients, and excessive regulations in California.
I'll take Oklahoma.
What about your governor's true outlook, dummy:
"I will tell you: It's three agencies of government, when I get there, that are gone: Commerce, Education and the -- what's the third one there? Let's see.... OK. So Commerce, Education and the --... The third agency of government I would -- I would do away with the Education, the ... Commerce and -- let's see -- I can't. The third one, I can't. Sorry. Oops." –Rick Perry, experiencing an epic onstage meltdown during a GOP debate, forgetting about his plan to cut the Department of Energy, Nov. 9, 2011
"It's a good issue to keep alive. It's fun to poke at him." --Rick Perry, suggesting that President Obama's birth certificate is a fake, Oct. 26, 2011
"Those of you that will be 21 by November the 12th, I ask for your support and your vote." —Rick Perry, flubbing the voting age (which has been 18 since 1971), as well as date of the Nov. 6 election
"The reason that we fought the [American] Revolution in the 16th century — was to get away from that kind of onerous crown, if you will." —Rick Perry, getting the date of the American Revolution wrong by two centuries
"No greater example of it than this administration sending millions of dollars into the solar industry, and we lost that money. I want to say it was over $500 million that went to the country Solyndra." —Rick Perry
"I trust those independent school districts to make those decisions better than eight unelected and, frankly, unaccountable judges." –Rick Perry, getting the number of Supreme Court justices wrong (there are nine)
"Is it the Mitt Romney that was on the side of — against the Second Amendment before he was for the Second Amendment? Was it — was before — he was before the social programs from the standpoint of — he was for standing up for Roe v. Wade before he was against first — Roe v. Wade?”-Rick Perry, fumbling over his attack lines against Romney at a GOP presidential debate, Sept. 22, 2011
"It's a theory that's out there. It's got some gaps in it. In Texas we teach both Creationism and evolution." –Rick Perry, in response to a child who asked him if he believed in evolution during a campaign stop in New Hampshire, August 18, 2011
#14 Aug 10, 2013
Here's some more of those famous Texan outlooks, dummy:
"Texas is a unique place. When we came in the union in 1845, one of the issues was that we would be able to leave if we decided to do that. You know, my hope is that America and Washington in particular pays attention. We've got a great union. There is absolutely no reason to dissolve it. But if Washington continues to thumb their nose at the American people, you know, who knows what may come out of that?" –Rick Perry, raising the prospect of Texas seceding while speaking to a reporter after a Tea Party rally, April 15, 2009
"If this guy prints more money between now and the election. I don't know what y’all would do to him in Iowa, but we -- we would treat him pretty ugly down in Texas. Printing more money to play politics at this particular time in American history is almost treacherous -- or treasonous in my opinion." –Rick Perry, suggesting on his first day campaigning for president that Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke may be a traitor to his country, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, August 15, 2011
"I don't think the federal government has a role in your children's education." –Rick Perry, at a campaign stop in Iowa, August 15, 2011
“Young Hispanics in Texas can aspire to be the next Rolando Pablos, the chairman of the Texas racing commission; maybe the next Roberto de Hoyos, who heads our economic development shop; and one of my favorites, the head of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission Jose Cuevas. Is that awesome? That is the right job for that man." –Rick Perry, bombing with a joke about Jose Cuervo tequila while speaking before a Latino convention in Texas, June 23, 2011
"You can always follow me on Tweeter." –Rick Perry, mistakenly referring to the social networking site Twitter in a videotaped message to a crowd of conservative bloggers and social networkers, Minneapolis, June 21, 2011
"I think in America from time to time we have to go through some difficult times — and I think we’re going through those difficult economic times for a purpose, to bring us back to those Biblical principles of you know, you don't spend all the money. You work hard for those six years and you put up that seventh year in the warehouse to take you through the hard times. And not spending all of our money. Not asking for Pharaoh to give everything to everybody and to take care of folks because at the end of the day, it's slavery. We become slaves to government." –Rick Perry, June 2011
"Juarez is reported to be the most dangerous city in America." –Rick Perry, referring to a city that is across the Texas border in Mexico, February 28, 2011
"From time to time there are going to be things that occur that are acts of God that cannot be prevented." —Rick Perry, on the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, in 2010
"I am a firm believer in intelligent design as a matter of faith and intellect, and I believe it should be presented in schools alongside the theories of evolution." —Rick Perry in 2010
"Even if an alcoholic is powerless over alcohol once it enters his body, he still makes a choice to drink. And, even if someone is attracted to a person of the same sex, he or she still makes a choice to engage in sexual activity with someone of the same gender." –Rick Perry, writing in his 2008 book, "On My Honor"
"George W. Bush did a incredible job in the presidency, defending us from freedom." –Rick Perry in 2010
#15 Aug 10, 2013
Speaking of great Intelligence for a so-called "Artist" Recap, When We Came In The Union"
Hey mate you may want to take the bucket off your head before your brain is disengaged..
#16 Aug 10, 2013
You retarded wanker what makes you think that I don't have ties to the Sooner State.
Try me , you think that everyone is a native of Oklahoma who is on that forum?(lol) more so, what makes you think that I am a native Californian just because I'm here.
Oklahoma is not the real America it was named by a Choctaw Indigenous native Allen Wright before Statehood 1907.
Oklahoma was only Indigenous territory awhile the real america was found and built off the sweat of Native African Slaves.
How can a state such as Oklahoma be classified as the real America whereas there many dry alcohol counties, and churches within less than a mile apart eh.
#17 Aug 11, 2013
The level of historical stupidity is amazing.
Oklahoma was named early in the early 1800's
after the 'red' people who were dumped there
by Andrew Jackson. Not by some drunken Choctaw.
Oklahoma first applied for statehood in
1890 and was rejected. The Congress wouldn't
let the Oklahoma Territory (western half of the
state) in without the unwanted Indians being
included. No one wanted a separate Indian state
to ever form.
It took nearly 20 years before the drunken Indians
were disenfranchised enough to be included on 1907.
#18 Aug 11, 2013
Pay attention to what post, I never said a Choctaw dumped natives in Oklahoma Allen Wright suggested the name. "Red Man"
#19 Aug 11, 2013
Post a reference. The name came much earlier and stuck.
#20 Aug 12, 2013
where's your reference?
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