In Case Of Severe Weather, The Tulsa State Fair Is Ready
Earlier this month in Oklahoma City, thunderstorms rattled the Oklahoma State Fair, overturning booths and turning tents inside out.
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Since: Jul 10
#1 Sep 28, 2013
Don't care what happens to Fair. Suckers spend ten bucks for chance to spend a hundred or more. Admission should be darn near free. Maybe $3 maximum. $1 for kids and seniors. A Fair should be family friendly, not destructive with high admission costs like $10, which is totally ridiculous.
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