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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by OStateMan, Mar 8, 2012.
Pink, Wayne and Payne (on the same exit sign.)
Oh yeah - know it well. My folks send me a couple of packages of NML jerky every couple of months.
Word. 3 hour drive to play a district game in Buffalo. Boise City is closer to two other state capitols than it's own (Santa Fe and Denver). It might not be the middle of nowhere, but you can certainly see it from there...
I have family in Slapout! My dad has one of those green road signs with the arrow that says Slapout.
Ingersoll is another weird one.
Great BBQ joint there though.
I assume you refer to the B'Ville High School.
No Collinsville and their air freshener rendering plant.
Ahh, makes sense. Anyone who has been to BHS knows what I'm talking about though.
Truth or Consequences, NM
Yes but Collinsville have the Silver Dollar. The Silver Dollar makes up for the nasty smell. Now you have the dog food plant in Edmond, does the bad smell make you feel at home?
Its a different smell. But it sure takes me back... and you're right. Silver Dollar makes up for a lot.
The Smok-Shak is a great place to eat. Too bad that, while driving through Ingersoll, the Smok-Shak's smell is overtaken by another Ingersoll staple, the wash-out.
Henryetta has a dog food plant right next to the china restaurant so it always smelled like dog food when we ate Chinese.
The only other staple. Tuesday(IIRC) is the day of the Cherokee sale, and that wash-out and the Smok-Shak are just packed with truckers.
2 Pillars of the Ingersoll economy
Lahoma - it's the only part of Oklahoma that's not OK.