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The following contains a transcript from a short radio broadcast that has been picked up by various listeners across the continental United States. Many have been perplexed by its sudden appearance and how it seems to preempt whatever song or radio program they are listening to at the time. It has even been known to appear on streaming programs such as podcasts or Spotify. Listeners have described hearing different episodes and there have been many situations and incidents.
A 23 year old college student named Yuvisela contacted me with her account of hearing the broadcast. She and her boyfriend had encountered the broadcast while driving one sultry summer afternoon from Austin, TX.
So I have this thing with waterfalls. I’m a little obsessed with them. In my free time and when I’m not paying attention in lecture, I like to look on the internet at pictures of them and daydream that I’m there: the roar of the splashing water, the white foamy spray, my bare toes dipped into the icy spring. I’ve got a Pinterest page with hundreds of falls that I would like to visit one day. Niagara, Havasu, Victoria Falls, Gullfoss, Iguazu; they’re all on there. I keep them all catalogued for my bucket list.
Yet, how many people go to the grave with their bucket list hardly finished? I bet a lot.
My boyfriend, Gabriel, likes to mess with me about my obsession. He’ll come up behind me while I’m on my computer or look over my shoulder at my phone and see that I’m looking at waterfalls.
“Don’t go chasing waterfalls, stick to the rivers and the lakes that you’re used to,” he’ll sing when he catches me. It’s this old song he knows, TLC or something. He’s about six years older than me. I’ll joke with him to leave me alone and quit singing that old music, ask him if he used to listen to that on an 8-track or something.
“No, my older sister listened to it on CD. You know CD’s? Those little plastic things with the holes in them? That little slot in your car’s stereo, a CD goes in there. They don’t make ‘em in the new cars anymore.”
We’ve had a variation of this same conversation a bunch of times. It’s kind of a running joke between the two of us—him poking fun at my waterfall obsession and me making fun of how old he is—and while he thinks the waterfall thing is a cute little quirk of mine, he also has been supportive of my passion. That’s why he surprised me with the trip that summer. He knew that I was yearning to see some of these places. He knew that he wanted to make me happy. He knew that my resources were limited. He knew that we weren’t getting any younger; I was 23 and still had a semester to go.
But he also knew that we weren’t getting any richer, either. At least not anytime soon. I know I’m a little bit older for a college student, but it’s taken me a bit longer on account of having to work and stuff. I can’t take a full load every semester. Money’s always tight. I work full time and barely stay ahead, even sending some of my money to help my mom out. Gabriel offered to help me out some and we’d even talked about moving in together, but we had only been together a year at that point and I wasn’t quite ready.
Before my dad had passed, I’d promised him that I was going to get my college degree and I wanted to do it all on my own. While I loved Gabriel and could see myself marrying him, I didn’t want to deal with a transition like that so close to the finish line. Besides, we were getting along so well as it was. Why mess with a good thing?
And it was a good thing that kept better. Just when I thought that I couldn’t love Gabriel more, on my birthday he surprised me with the best present I’ve ever gotten. It was a little black notebook with this kind of leathery cover. While the notebook itself was nice, it was what was inside that was the true present. At some point, he had gone onto my Pinterest page and written down page after page of waterfalls, organizing them by country and state. He had put little squares beside them, boxes to check off. The last two pages were Texas and Oklahoma. He had written a note there. It read:
“Let’s start now...”
-Gabriel
* * *
So far, the trip had been a blast. We had started out in Abilene where we both lived and where I attended college. From there, we went to a place called Gorman Falls at this state park. It was one of the tallest waterfalls in the state and all of the foliage and moss around it was lush and green and for a while, if I crossed my eyes just right it was like I wasn’t even in Texas.
We couldn’t hit all the sites in a day. It was a road trip with multiple nights in hotels. After Gorman Falls and staying at a hotel, we headed towards Austin and stopped off at Hamilton Pool Preserve. The waterfall wasn’t as tall as Gorman, but I have to say I liked it better. The water formed a curtain as it poured off of a rocky shelf and into this sunken grotto of blue green water.
We stayed at this magical place for hours, swimming in the water and soaking up the sun. I could’ve stayed longer, but it was starting to get crowded, so we headed to Austin for a night on the town on 6th Street.
The next day we slept in and got a late start on the road. Lunch was at a Whataburger outside Waco. We sat and ate our food and looked at our phones. I browsed Instagram and my eyes skimmed over a gorgeous site. Yep, another waterfall. I slid my phone over to Gabriel.
“Look!” I said.
“Am I supposed to be looking at the butt or the waterfall?” he asked. An Instagram model was standing with her back to the camera, looking up at the water in awe.
“The waterfall, silly.”
“Seriously, that skinny white girl ain’t got nothing on you. Better let me take a look, just to be sure.”
I stood and twirled around quickly, teasing him. “Ok, so back to the waterfall. Did you look at it?”
“Yeah, it’s beautiful babe. Where was this one?”
“Iceland,” I sighed.
“Oh, right.”
“It’s not looking good for the time being. Maybe in a few years, yeah?”
“Just gotta see how the election goes. I ain’t holding my breath.”
See, neither of us were U.S. citizens. We were what you call DACA recipients. Both of us had wound up in America via illegal means on behalf of our parents, back when we were kids. This was when we were too young to have any say in the matter. I can hardly remember my life before, my life back in Mexico. I grew up here, went to school here. Texas and America is the only home I’ve ever known. Gabriel, he was originally from Guatemala. His situation is more or less the same.
If we were to leave the country, then we might risk not being able to get back in. You could apply for eligibility to travel if you had special circumstances, but they didn’t allow travel for leisure. We didn’t even have passports. Until then, our dreams of traveling—something we both wanted to do—were just that: dreams.
There was a little bit of light at the end of the tunnel. Obama and that DREAM act, I’m sure you’ve heard of it. You know, the dreamers or whatever? That’s what they call us. I guess they call it that because it’s just a freaking fantasy that disappears at the slightest thing—the sunrise, your phone alarm—out of your grasp as soon as you start your day.
Anyways, I applied for the DREAM act, but it hasn’t been a guarantee. We’re all stuck in a sort of limbo, waiting for the people in Washington to figure out what the hell to do with us, using us as a bargaining chip.
Not Gabriel though, he didn’t apply for the act. Part of it was that he was bad about procrastinating. The other part was that he was paranoid about signing up. I told him that he was an idiot and if he blew his chance to become a legal permanent resident, then I wouldn’t follow him to Guatemala if he got deported. He told me that he didn’t trust the program, that once they had you in the system they could track you easier, keep tabs on you. Said he knew a guy that got deported this way. I told him that the guy must’ve gotten into some legal trouble, a DUI or something, to have been deported.
“We’re all just one slip up from some legal trouble. Hell, some people consider us illegal right now,” he had said.
It was hard to argue against that, I guess. At least he knew where he stood, didn’t have that false hope. Sometimes I think it’s the hope that gets you, makes things worse.
Gabriel frowned and handed the phone back to me, looked out the window and took a sip of his Coke. I suddenly felt bad and ungrateful. Here was this amazing man that had planned out an awesome road trip just for me and I was busy looking at other far off adventures, not appreciating what I had right in front of me, the moment I was living in right now.
I leaned forward and kissed him. "I don't care where I'm at as long as you're with me," I said and he smiled.
What I told him just then, it was true. That didn’t mean I was going to grow complacent and quit dreaming.
They did call us dreamers after all.
It was one of those giant truck stops, the kind that was a little smaller than a Wal-Mart or Target, but just barely. We filled up and paced around inside and looked at the aisles and aisles of candy, the funny toys and souvenirs, and the tacky t-shirts.
“Hey Yuvi, whaddaya say? It’s your size.” Gabriel asked, holding up a black t-shirt with glittery letters. “PROUD TRUCKER WIFE” it read.
“Only if you get that one,” I said, pointing at a T-shirt with a semi-truck on it that read “I JUST DROPPED A LOAD”.
“Eww,” Gabriel said, laughing.
We both wandered around on our own. They had a huge candy section and I was looking to see if they had any vero elotes candy. I had just found a bag on a bottom shelf when Gabriel came skipping up.
“We are so getting this,” he said, holding up a plastic CD case.
“What is it?”
“Best of the ‘90s. It’s got your song on there, see? ‘Don’t Go Chasing Waterfalls.’ Can we get it? It’s only 3.99.”
“Ha, ok. But only if you buy me this,” I said, handing him the candy.
There was traffic from hell just south of Denton on account of construction and a car wreck or two. We were stop-and-go for what seemed like an hour. I was passenger side and Gabriel idled along.
“Ok. I think now’s the time to break out this bad boy,” Gabriel said as he started tearing at the plastic wrap around the CD case.
“I think this is the first time I’ve even used the CD player in this car.”
“Aw hell yeah,” Gabriel said as the first song started playing. “Gettin’ Jiggy With It.”
“Getting what, now?”
“It’s your boy, Will Smith. Y’know the Fresh Prince? Betcha didn’t know he had a little music career.”
“That guy from I Am Legend and Aladdin?”
Gabriel rolled his eyes. “I guess. His older work is much better.”
“Well I don’t know. You act like you're this old and wise millennial. You’re not that much older than me, y’know.”
“I’m telling ya, my Gen-X sister raised me on all of this stuff. I think she was Gen-X. I don’t know the damn cutoffs. Anyways, she babysat me a lot growing up while Mama was working and stuff. She cultured my little ass. Ooh, here it is!”
A new song started playing. I couldn’t help but laugh at how it started. “It sounds like porn music!”
“Nah, shhhh. Shhh.” Gabriel bobbed his head along to the beat.
The chorus started to worm it’s way into my head. The song was ok, I guess. I still can’t really listen to it to this day.
“You gotta listen to this dope rap coming up,” Gabriel said.
There was the sound of hissing and popping, wet logs burning in a fire. Whispers intermingled with the sound effects. One of the voices rose above the others and said “Listen!” harshly in Spanish, you know, “Escuchen! Escuchen!”, several times.
We both looked at each other with wide eyes. The traffic crept forward slowly and Gabriel kept his hands on the wheel and I kept mine in my lap and that’s when he started to talk. It was this happy sounding older guy, talking right there on my car’s speakers.
Gooood afternoon folks, Buck Hensley here with a special rush hour edition of “The Rules of the Road”. Hope ya’ll are doing alright out there while you’re idling on the clogged arteries of America’s highways and byways, breathing in those delicious exhaust fumes. I know that good ol’ Mother Earth likes to take a big fat rip of that stuff from time to time, although as of late she seems to be getting quite a contact high from that delicious Co2 and starting to feel the effects just a little too much.
And yet you all keep puff-puffing and passing, never slowing down. What with your jet planes and your driving and your travel and your neverending consumption and your cow farts and whatnot. All I’m saying is that you folks might wanna slow down a bit on that stuff, because I’ve seen the end results and all I can say is that they are hilarious. But I understand if you wanna keep on keeping on and having a good time. All I can say is smoke ‘em if you got ‘em.
Speaking of good times, that reminds me of today’s special “Rule of the Road”. You’re gonna want to listen to this one as it’s all about good times. Why that was Carla’s favorite sitcom for a spell there, “Good Times”. She’d watch reruns on into the night, the TV casting a pale glow that was kinda comforting across the bed, and I’d wake up to live studio laughter and her snoring softly beside me, the serene look of slumber on her face and the years I’d wasted.
Gabriel and I both looked at eachother. He shrugged and reached for the stereo. I shooed his hand away. I wanted to listen to it. The voice continued.
But I digress...well now, on to today’s “Rule of the Road”. If at any point during your journey you stop off for a pitstop or a potty break and you enter a public restroom to do your business, take note of the writing on the stalls. You might notice some graffiti that reads, “For a Good Time, Call” and then a phone number listed after it. If you do notice this, then take the number down for later use. Whenever you are in dire need of a good time, then give that number a call.
Now before you go off with a bee in your bonnet and tell me how you ain’t gonna call no sketchy phone number taken off a lady’s or men’s room wall, let me just tell you that this will be worth it. You can trust me. When has old Bucky ever let ya down?
I know what you’re gonna say next though, you’re gonna say, “Buck, I don’t ever call no numbers on my phone. I’m deathly afraid of voices on the other line. If I can’t text and send little emojis and the like, then forget it. If I can’t use an app to order Thai food or a pizza, then I go hungry that night. I haven’t even made an appointment to a doctor since I’ve lived with my parents. What if since we can’t see each other’s faces we start talking at the same time and we talk over each other and then say, ‘oops sorry, no you go ahead’ and then we both say it again at the same time and then we both start trying to talk again and then get stuck in some sort of infinite loop?”
And to that I say, “fair enough.” Don’t use the phone. The consequences of not following this rule are a little less dire than previous rules you may have heard. If you don’t follow this rule then you will simply miss out on a good time. That’s it. But you wouldn’t want to miss out on anything, would ya?
Welp. That’s all I’ve got on this fine late afternoon. May the wind be always at your back, your picnic basket full of snacks, and your cheese ever be pepper jack. Ya’ll stay sane out there. Stay symbiotic. Stay lonely. I'm Buck Hensley and these are "The Rules of the Road".
The voice instantly stopped and the song returned playing. Gabriel had a dumbfounded look on his face.
"What the hell?" he said and tried to rewind the CD.
"Umm, was that part of the song? Maybe a different version?"
"No way," he said and kept rewinding and playing the song over. The little skit that we heard never returned.
“Weird,” I said.
“Beats the heck out of me.”
“Maybe the CD is haunted. That was pretty spooky, y’know? That voice telling us to listen.”
“Maybe it was like a hidden track or something. They used to put those on CD’s back in the day. And this CD was pretty cheap and has all these songs on it. Could’ve been like a pirated deal.”
We weren’t really scared by the broadcast or whatever it was, just more confused. It was only looking back that we saw the importance of what we had heard and how from there our path seemed to be led a certain way.. At the time it was just this weird little thing, a funny little mystery that was forgettable for the time being.
We crept along for a while without incident, the traffic slowly gaining momentum. The music on the CD played on as usual and we heard no extra voices. The songs played like they were supposed to. Everything was fine.
Of course, outside of Gainesville, it hit me. I had been trying to ignore it and power through until we stopped for the night, but I had the sudden urge to pee. All that slow traffic and iced tea and a bottle of water must’ve caught up with me. This was intense. Usually I could hold it pretty good, but I had to get Gabriel to stop at the first exit we saw.
It was this gas station kind of off by itself and it was all dingy and old and faded and didn’t look the cleanest. Gabriel parked and my lower stomach and bladder ached as soon as I stood up and got out of the car. I burst into the place and made a beeline towards the restroom, over in the corner past the ATM and the glass fridges down a hall with burnt out fluorescent lights.
They were singles that you could lock, one for men and one for women. The floor was sticky and paper towels piled out of a trash can and a strip of toilet paper floated in a pool of standing water. A condom dispensing machine was on the wall opposite the toilet.
It wasn’t the worst public restroom I’d ever used and I didn’t have many options; I was literally about to piss myself. I would have to do the hover move over the toilet seat. No seat covers in a joint like this and I didn’t have time to prep it with toilet paper anything.
So I was doing my business, my thighs burning from the squat, and kind of laughing to myself at the condom dispenser machine with its brands like the “FRENCH TICKLER” and that’s when I saw it, the graffiti written in Sharpie, right there on the vending machine. It said, “For A Good Time, Call 9xx-XXX-XXXX [Redacted]”.
After I finished and had washed my hands, I snapped a pic of the graffiti. I figured Gabriel would get a kick out of it.
“You’re supposed to call it. That’s the rule,” Gabriel said when I showed him.
“I’m too nervous. You call. You heard it, too.”
“Chicken.”
“Yep.”
“How many of those things do you even see? I’ve seen them all the time. I bet it’s just dudes pranking each other or fucking with their ex-girlfriends.”
“Well I found it in the ladies room, so hopefully it wasn’t dudes.”
“Okay, you enter it in your phone and I’ll dial. I’ll try to do a caller ID block or something. Let’s just see what happens.”
“Are you sure?”
“Eh come on. Maybe it’s fate.”
The Texas travel center appeared on the southbound side of the interstate and we were soon crossing the Red River on into Oklahoma as I transcribed the numbers from the picture to the keypad on my dialer.
A large casino came into view. It was ginormous with this sort of facade of all these famous buildings on its outside. I could see Big Ben and that Roman coliseum and all these other world architecture things. The casino just stretched on and on.
“Aw, not again,” Gabriel said.
I had just finished transposing the number into the phone. The crazy casino had distracted me. “What is it, babe?”
“Another jam.”
The traffic was veering into the right hand lane, but it was still moving at a decent clip, like 45 mph or something. After a mile of this, I could see a couple of highway patrol cars parked across the interstate, blocking both lanes of traffic. A state trooper stood out in the middle, waving a flashlight thing and directing traffic to take the exit. There was still about an hour of daylight left and you couldn’t even see the light. He was just using it as a baton. Somewhere off in the distance there was a thick wall of smoke filling the evening sky with this surreal haze.
“Wonder what’s going on?” I asked.
“Who knows? Grassfire, maybe.”
We followed the other cars and trucks down the exit ramp. Some turned right, some turned left.
“Right or left? Right or left?” Gabriel asked.
There seemed to be more cars turning left. Maybe they knew something we didn’t. But then, we would be stuck behind them and it was getting dark and we were already behind schedule. I wanted to get the hell out of the car.
“Um, right! Right,” I said, trying to pull up the GPS on my phone. It was lagging and my service had kicked over to 3G. “Freaking Verizon,” I muttered.
We drove down a highway past empty fields fenced off by barbed wire. There were houses and barns and oilfield pump jacks every so often, but not much else. No gas stations or a sign of a town or much else, really. After driving into all this nothingness for a while, my phone completely lost all signal. The cars around us thinned out and there was only a black SUV in front of us.
“Hey babe, I have no service and can’t pull up the GPS. Wanna turn back around?”
“Nah, let’s just keep going. We’ve come this far, yeah? We’ll hit a main road eventually, get some service.”
I sighed in response as he kept driving, let him know I didn’t approve.
“We’ll turn north soon, ok? All roads lead to Turner Falls.”
I checked my phone every fifteen seconds, looking for a signal.
“C’mon Gabe, we’re gonna get lost out here. Let’s just go back, follow the other cars or see if they’ve opened up the interstate again.”
“Look, this looks like a good road. We’ll cut north here and drive aways and then cut back west towards the interstate. It’s literally impossible to get lost out here. Just trying not to lose any more time.”
But it wasn’t so simple and the nervous feeling in my stomach was validated when the road we drove north on turned to gravel. The sun was long gone and our headlights cut a tunnel through the night as barbed wire whizzed by, separating us from pastures that were elevated above the road on grassy rises. I started to fear the worst, thinking of every horror movie I’d ever seen that had started out this way: the headstrong man refusing to admit that he was lost and didn’t know where he was going and the increasingly pissed off and worried girl that was with him.
Babe, please just turn around,” I pleaded.
“Ok, ok. Still no signal, eh?”
I looked down at my phone. Finally, there was one bar of service. “Yes! Hang on.”
“Oh fuck. Fuck. Fuck. Fuck,” Gabriel said, his voice growing louder.
My stomach dropped as what appeared in the rear view mirror was just as scary as any sort of Freddy or Jason or Leatherface from the big screen.
Part 2
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What's happening around town (Wed, Apr 18th - Tue, Apr 24th)

Oklahoma City's event list.

Wednesday, Apr 18th

Thursday, Apr 19th

  • 89er Days Celebration (Downtown - Guthrie) Thru Sun, Apr 22nd The annual '89er Days Celebration commemorates the Land Run of 1889 and the birth of Guthrie. On April 22, 1889,…
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  • 🎭 Blood Relations (Carpenter Square Theatre - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 7:30pm Carpenter Square Theatre presents the Oklahoma City premiere of “Blood Relations,” an award-winning mystery-thriller by Sharon Pollock. The play explores the legend of Lizzie Borden ten…
  • 🎨 Can't Touch This: Visualization and Technology (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 10:00am Artists: *James Ewald | Assistant Professor of Graphic Design *Amy Jacobson-Peters | Instructor of Interior Design *Amy Johnson | Chair, Department of Design & Professor of Graphic Design *Sam…
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  • Chris Trapper (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
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  • 😂 Comedian Eric Schwartz (51st st. Speakeasy - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:30pm Deep in the California suburbs, multimedia and comedy collide in a freak accident to create Eric Schwartz, a mild man-nerd who unleashes a mind-blowing show filled with musical comedy,…
  • 🎨 COMIX: OK (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Apr 22nd Following the success of Not For Sale: Graffiti Culture in Oklahoma, COMIX OK looks at the thriving artistic culture of comics in Oklahoma. The comics genre is wide ranging and hard to…
  • Day of Remembrance (Oklahoma City National Memorial - Oklahoma City) Each year, visitors gather at the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum in downtown Oklahoma City to remember…
  • Oklahoma City Dinner of Champions honoring Dr. Gabriel Pardo (Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm The first annual Dinner of Champions, Oklahoma City event is April 19, 2018 and will support local programs that contribute to the quality of life of those affected by MS and to support…
  • Early Season Pass Processing (Starlight Amphitheater @ Frontier City - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 9:00am Skip the processing lines and have your Season Pass card made before your first visit to the park! Our office is open 9:00a-5:00p, Monday-Friday.
  • Oklahoma City Farm Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Apr 21st At the Oklahoma City Farm Show, you'll find everything having to do with agriculture in one location. With over 300…
  • 🍴 FREE paperwork organizing workshop (Edmond) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 6:30pm Professional Organizer and coach, Lorraine Brock, will be presenting information oh to tame paper clutter. Drinks and snacks will be served. Must RSVP name, phone, email, time of event to…
  • 🏃 Get Your Rear in Gear OKC (Church of the Journey - Oklahoma City) Enjoy post-run refreshments, tech shirts for all participants, and marathon quality medals for age group winners. Awards for the Most Creative Team, Largest Team, Top Individual and Top Team…
  • Herbert W. Armstrong College Choral Union (Armstrong Auditorium - Edmond) Start Time: 7:30pm The Herbert W. Armstrong College Choral Union is bringing the tale of Abraham from the Old Testament to Edmond. Directed…
  • The Infamists (Denton,TX)/ Dresden Bombers (The Deli - Norman) Start Time: 10:00pm The Infamists out of Denton, Tx are stopping by Norman for a night of rock n' roll. They are joined by Norman favorites the Dresden Bombers. Infamists are a trio of dragon riders from Dallas,…
  • 🎓 Learning about Parkinson's Disease (Touchmark at Coffee Creek - Edmond) Start Time: 11:00am Join Bruce McIntire, Executive Director of the Parkinson’s Foundation of Oklahoma, as he speaks about what resources are available to those living with Parkinson’s Disease in the…
  • Lyric Theatre - Fun Home's Pint Night (Plaza District - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:30pm You don't want to miss this! Join Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma and Coop Ale Works for Pint Night during the run of our production, Fun Home! Buy your tickets online at the link in this event or…
  • Meditation Class (St Stephen's United Methodist - Norman) Start Time: 6:00pm Weekly meditation and discussion group conducted by the monks from Oklahoma Buddhist Vihara.
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  • 😂 Paul Hooper (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Apr 21st
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Management Support Group (Mental Health Association Oklahoma main office - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm PTSD is a psychiatric disorder that can occur following the experience of witnessing of life-threatening events such as military combat, natural disasters, terrorist incidents, serious…
  • 🎭 Share at the Showroom: Holey Kids and Tallows (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Oklahoma City-based artists Katie Rake and Elijah Scott will discuss what they call “a collaborative effort of creepy creations.” As the Holey Kids, Katie and Elijah are typically masked…
  • 🏆 Surf and Turf at The Bricktown Brewery at Remington Park (Remington Park - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 4:00pm
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  • Sushi Rolling Night (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 6:00pm Sushi Rolling Night is a collaborative event with the Japanese Student Association to bring an educational dining experience: teaching guests how to toll sushi, how to dine with each…
  • 🍴 Three Minute Thesis Competition (Othello's - Edmond) Start Time: 4:00pm
  • 🏆 Thursday Night $25 Dinner for 2 at Silks (Remington Park - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm SILKS DINNER for TWO, just $25! – Thursdays in Racing Season The Silks Restaurant is the place for a great value and view of the racing action on Thursday nights throughout the Remington…
  • 🎨 Unlocking the Vault: Mysteries and Marvels of the Museum (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 10:00am Museums typically exhibit only a very small percentage of their collections. In the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum’s vast holdings, specific pieces, for one reason or another, are…

Friday, Apr 20th

  • 89er Days Celebration (Downtown - Guthrie) Thru Sun, Apr 22nd The annual '89er Days Celebration commemorates the Land Run of 1889 and the birth of Guthrie. On April 22, 1889,…
  • 411 Band Sounds of Motown (VZD's - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm The 411 Band in a rare club performance doing all your R&B favorites and Motown review. After buying tickets, call ahead for dinner reservations to be sure you have a table seat. Full Menu…
  • 420 FEST Featuring Scattered Hamlet (Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • Adult Night (Rose State College - Midwest City) Start Time: 6:00pm Adult Night is an event for design to help the community learn about what sexual health and resources are available to them. It is hosted by the Rose State College Sexual Identity/Sexual…
  • Norman Area Quilt Guild Quilt Show (Calvary Church - Norman) Day 1 of 2 Save the date for the Norman Area Quilt Guild's biannual quilt show. This year's theme is "Sew Full of…
  • 🎭 Blood Relations (Carpenter Square Theatre - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 7:30pm Carpenter Square Theatre presents the Oklahoma City premiere of “Blood Relations,” an award-winning mystery-thriller by Sharon Pollock. The play explores the legend of Lizzie Borden ten…
  • 🏆 Central OK: University of Central Oklahoma Baseball vs Missouri Western (Edmond) Start Time: 3:00pm University of Central Oklahoma Baseball vs Missouri Western http://www.bronchosports.com/calendar.aspx?id=5902
  • 🏆 Central OK: University of Central Oklahoma Softball vs Missouri Southern (Edmond) Start Time: 2:00pm University of Central Oklahoma Softball vs Missouri Southern http://www.bronchosports.com/calendar.aspx?id=5723
  • 🏆 Central OK: University of Central Oklahoma Softball vs Missouri Southern (Edmond) Start Time: 4:00pm University of Central Oklahoma Softball vs Missouri Southern http://www.bronchosports.com/calendar.aspx?id=5724
  • Clint Black (Grand Casino Hotel & Resort - Shawnee) Come out to see one of country music's brightest stars as Clint Black comes to Grand Casino Hotel & Resort in…
  • 🏆 Club One Special (Remington Park - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 6:00pm The popular Club 1 Special is back for all live racing dates at Remington Park. Enjoy this spectacular offer on every live race date, regardless of post time, day or night. The Club 1 Special…
  • 🎨 COMIX: OK (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Apr 22nd Following the success of Not For Sale: Graffiti Culture in Oklahoma, COMIX OK looks at the thriving artistic culture of comics in Oklahoma. The comics genre is wide ranging and hard to…
  • Double Point Fridays and Saturdays (Remington Park - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm April in the Remington Park Casino makes Friday and Saturday nights with band better than ever before. Whenever the band is playing on Friday and Saturday nights, you are rewarded with double…
  • Downtown Edmond Fashion Show (Edmond Fine Arts - Edmond) Start Time: 6:45pm The businesses of Downtown Edmond are coming together to support the Fine Arts Institute of Edmond, by holding a Spring/Summer fashion show. The doors will open at 6:45, and the show will…
  • Early Season Pass Processing (Starlight Amphitheater @ Frontier City - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 9:00am Skip the processing lines and have your Season Pass card made before your first visit to the park! Our office is open 9:00a-5:00p, Monday-Friday.
  • 🏆 The Eliminator Challenge (Remington Park - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Remington Park racing guests have the opportunity to test their skill and take aim at a Grand Prize worth a minimum of $1,000, every Friday night in April. The Eliminator Challenge returns to…
  • Family Workshop: Flower and Leaf Pressing (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 2:00pm Preserve your favorite leaves and flowers and turn them into art, bookmarks and cards at this creative workshop. Participants will learn how to press leaves and flowers, look at some already…
  • Oklahoma City Farm Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) 1 day left At the Oklahoma City Farm Show, you'll find everything having to do with agriculture in one location. With over 300…
  • 🎨 Filmography: "Dior and I (21C Museum Hotel - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm Art goes to the movies with 21c Oklahoma City’s Filmography, a free monthly film series at 21c Oklahoma City in partnership with deadCenter Film and the OKC Film Society. Filmography takes…
  • Flasher (Opolis - Norman)
  • Fossil Youth (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm with The Tooth, My Heart & Liver are the Best of Friends, Kinderhook, and Gall • Fossil Youth Bandcamp - http://bit.ly/AGOSJBandcamp Spotify - http://bit.ly/FYspotify • The Tooth Bandcamp…
  • 🍴 FREE paperwork organizing workshop (Edmond) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 6:30pm Professional Organizer and coach, Lorraine Brock, will be presenting information oh to tame paper clutter. Drinks and snacks will be served. Must RSVP name, phone, email, time of event to…
  • 🍴 FREE paperwork organizing workshop (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 1:00pm Professional Organizer and coach, Lorraine Brock, will be presenting information oh to tame paper clutter. Drinks and snacks will be served. Must RSVP name, phone, email, time of event to…
  • 🎭 Free Zumba (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 5:00pm Enjoy this free Latin inspired fitness dance class. Participants must sign waiver before taking part in this program. Space is limited, please RSVP for this event. The City of Guthrie, OK -…
  • Kick Start Concert Series (Rodeo Opry - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm Georgiea Motley, Amy Duffy, Tammy Lynn, Jeremy Rodgers, Darla Hensley, Tina Stephens, Barron Baird, Alexis Christensen, Mary Bruce, George Garrison
  • Living History on the Chisholm Trail (Chisholm Trail Museum & Seay Mansion - Kingfisher) Day 1 of 2 Catch a glimpse of the past at Living History on the Chisholm Trail in Kingfisher. This event, held at the Chisholm…
  • Luke Pell / Logan Mize et al. (Tower Theatre Studio - Oklahoma City) Get your tickets for a night of fresh country music when Luke Pell and Logan Mize bring their Hometown & Highways…
  • Martha (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 7:30pm Performance Dates and Times: 7:30pm. Friday, April 20, 2018 7:30pm. Saturday, April 21, 2018 2:00pm. Sunday, April 22, 2018 Free for UCO students with current ID
  • Michael Fracasso (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • Montgomery Gentry (Diamond Ballroom - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:30pm Head to Diamond Ballroom for a night of hard-driving and Kentucky fried country music when Montgomery Gentry comes…
  • Night on the Bricks (Downtown - Shawnee) Day 1 of 2 Gather in downtown Shawnee for a new festival in celebration of its status as Redbud City. Enjoy a night full of food,…
  • OCU Eagles: Season Finale Musical: Leonard Bernstein's On The Town (Oklahoma City University - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm Three sailors on the town belt out the iconic "New York, New York" as they tear through the city on 24-hour shore leave in 1944. Featuring music by Leonard Bernstein and book and lyrics by…
  • OKC Jazz Fest (Bicentennial Park - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 In downtown Oklahoma City, the OKC Jazz Fest takes over the Civic Center Music Hall and Bicentennial Park for six days.…
  • 🎭 Overly Designing Women (The Boom - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm “Overly Designing Women” is The Boom’s latest TV parody! In this production, the sassy group of gals at an Atlanta interior design firm (all played by men in drag) get themselves into a…
  • 😂 Paul Hooper (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) 1 day left
  • 🎨 ProtoProxy: an exhibit by Jordan Vinyard (IAO Gallery - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Prototypes are defined by their placement at the beginning of a perceived sequence.
    They are the unfinished postulate and the unwavering switch yet to be firmly tried. Human behavior…
  • Norman Round-up Club Open Rodeo (Cleveland County Fairgrounds - Norman) Day 1 of 2 Head to Norman to see cowboys and cowgirls participate in traditional rodeo events at the Norman Round-up Club Open…
  • Shen Yun (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Classical Chinese dance, dazzling costumes, impressive backdrops and a live orchestra make Shen Yun a performance you…
  • Shen Yun Performing Arts (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2
  • 🎡 Short Play Festival (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 7:30pm UCO Department of Theatre Arts students direct capstone projects during this two-day festival. Admission is FREE!
  • 🎭 SOONER THEATRE SHOWCASE 2018 (The Sooner Theatre - Norman) Start Time: 7:30pm The Sooner Theatre invites the community to celebrate the beginning of spring with The Sooner Theatre Showcase 2018! The theatre's 11th annual variety show will feature very special song and…
  • Thrive Mama Collective - Baby Signing Time (Plaza District - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 11:00am Join the Baby Signing Time revolution! Your baby can communicate with you using baby signs long before she is old enough to speak.
    • Reduce tantrums!
    • Stimulate early learning and build…
  • 🎨 Unlocking the Vault: Mysteries and Marvels of the Museum (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 10:00am Museums typically exhibit only a very small percentage of their collections. In the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum’s vast holdings, specific pieces, for one reason or another, are…
  • USTPA Spring Round-Up (Lazy E Arena - Guthrie) Thru Sun, Apr 22nd Watch as riders race against time while showcasing their herding skills at the USTPA Spring Round-Up. Held in…
  • World Championship Series (Lazy E Arena - Guthrie) Start Time: 7:00am

Saturday, Apr 21st

  • 89er Days Celebration (Downtown - Guthrie) 1 day left The annual '89er Days Celebration commemorates the Land Run of 1889 and the birth of Guthrie. On April 22, 1889,…
  • Norman Area Quilt Guild Quilt Show (Calvary Church - Norman) Day 2 of 2 Save the date for the Norman Area Quilt Guild's biannual quilt show. This year's theme is "Sew Full of…
  • Bonnie Bishop (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City)
  • 🏃 Cargo Classic (Heritage Church - Shawnee) Cargo Ranch will be hosting the 3rd annual Cargo Classic, a 5k and Fun Run, on April 21st, 8:00 am at Heritage Church at 2100 N Bryan Ave in Shawnee.
    \- USATF Sanctioned Event, Certified…
  • 🏃 Choose Your K (Oklahoma Christian University, Edmond, OK - Edmond) Choose Your K caters to the needs of runners in training for any distance!
    Runners need to test their fitness. Runners need to practice race pace and feel. Runners need to practice…
  • 🎨 COMIX: OK (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Following the success of Not For Sale: Graffiti Culture in Oklahoma, COMIX OK looks at the thriving artistic culture of comics in Oklahoma. The comics genre is wide ranging and hard to…
  • ContempCon (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Dive into the world of comics at ContempCon, a two-day comic convention in the heart of Oklahoma City. Hosted by…
  • Danielle Nicole (VZD's - Oklahoma City)
  • Oklahoma City Farm Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Last Day At the Oklahoma City Farm Show, you'll find everything having to do with agriculture in one location. With over 300…
  • Fort Reno Ghost Tours (Historic Fort Reno - El Reno) Come along on an exciting and spooky ghost tour at El Reno's historic Fort Reno. This ghost tour includes…
  • Heard on Hurd (Edmond) On the third Saturday of each month, downtown Edmond hosts a pop-up community celebration called Heard on Hurd. Walk…
  • Hinder (The State Theatre - Harrah)
  • Hot Rod Cookout & Concert (Beacon Drive In Theatre - Guthrie) The Hot Rod Cookout and Concert in Guthrie is an opportunity for car enthusiasts to gather to see awesome cars and…
  • Lebanese Heritage & Food Festival (Our Lady of Lebanon - Norman) Bring the family and your appetite to the Lebanese Heritage & Food Festival in Norman. Held all day at Our Lady of…
  • Living History on the Chisholm Trail (Chisholm Trail Museum & Seay Mansion - Kingfisher) Day 2 of 2 Catch a glimpse of the past at Living History on the Chisholm Trail in Kingfisher. This event, held at the Chisholm…
  • MercyMe (Starlight Amphitheater @ Frontier City - Oklahoma City) Spend the day splashing in the Renegade Rapids or screaming on the Silver Bullet at Frontier City Theme Park before…
  • Night on the Bricks (Downtown - Shawnee) Day 2 of 2 Gather in downtown Shawnee for a new festival in celebration of its status as Redbud City. Enjoy a night full of food,…
  • OKC Energy FC vs Saint Louis FC (Taft Stadium - Oklahoma City) Experience the excitement of major league soccer in Oklahoma as the Oklahoma City Energy Football Club takes on Saint…
  • OKC Jazz Fest (Bicentennial Park - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 In downtown Oklahoma City, the OKC Jazz Fest takes over the Civic Center Music Hall and Bicentennial Park for six days.…
  • OKC Pow Wow Club Spring Benefit (Oklahoma City) Don't miss the OKC Pow Wow Club's third-annual Spring Benefit in Oklahoma City. This inter-tribal powwow…
  • 😂 Paul Hooper (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Last Day
  • Reckless Kelly et al. (Firelake Arena - Shawnee)
  • Norman Round-up Club Open Rodeo (Cleveland County Fairgrounds - Norman) Day 2 of 2 Head to Norman to see cowboys and cowgirls participate in traditional rodeo events at the Norman Round-up Club Open…
  • Shen Yun (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Classical Chinese dance, dazzling costumes, impressive backdrops and a live orchestra make Shen Yun a performance you…
  • Shen Yun Performing Arts (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2
  • UCO Army ROTC Gold Bar 5K Run & Walk (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Held rain or shine, the UCO Army ROTC Gold Bar 5K Run and Walk invites everyone out to partake in this exciting event.…
  • USTPA Spring Round-Up (Lazy E Arena - Guthrie) 1 day left Watch as riders race against time while showcasing their herding skills at the USTPA Spring Round-Up. Held in…

Sunday, Apr 22nd

  • 89er Days Celebration (Downtown - Guthrie) Last Day The annual '89er Days Celebration commemorates the Land Run of 1889 and the birth of Guthrie. On April 22, 1889,…
  • 🎨 COMIX: OK (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) Last Day Following the success of Not For Sale: Graffiti Culture in Oklahoma, COMIX OK looks at the thriving artistic culture of comics in Oklahoma. The comics genre is wide ranging and hard to…
  • ContempCon (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Dive into the world of comics at ContempCon, a two-day comic convention in the heart of Oklahoma City. Hosted by…
  • Jake Miller (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Hear the smooth pop crooning of artist Jake Miller live as he takes over the 89th Street stage. Best known for his…
  • J. Roddy Walston And The Business et al. (Opolis - Norman)
  • 🏃 P4C5K (Pray For Caleb 5K) (FBC Newcastle - Newcastle) On December 19, Newcastle cross country runner and basketball player Caleb Freeman was badly injured in a car accident -- #butGod! -- he is on a remarkable journey of recovery. Mark your…
  • SW 29th Street Children's Day Festival (Oklahoma City) Bring the kids out for the annual SW 29th Street Children's Day Festival in Oklahoma City. This fun-filled…
  • USTPA Spring Round-Up (Lazy E Arena - Guthrie) Last Day Watch as riders race against time while showcasing their herding skills at the USTPA Spring Round-Up. Held in…

Monday, Apr 23rd

  • Jimmy Webb (OCCC Visual and Performing Arts Center - Oklahoma City)
  • Taste of Midwest City (Reed Conference Center - Midwest City) Pair rich red wines and dry white wines with the best eats Midwest City has to offer. The Taste of Midwest City features…

Tuesday, Apr 24th

  • The Book of Mormon (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Apr 29th The Book of Mormon is coming to Oklahoma City's Civic Center Music Hall. Get ready for hours of laughter at this…
  • Festival of the Arts (Bicentennial Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Apr 29th Known as Oklahoma City's annual "rite of spring," the Festival of the Arts is a six-day community…
  • Food Truck Tuesdays (Jackson - Blanchard) Every week, treat your taste buds to new flavors. During Food Truck Tuesdays, a different food truck will park in…
  • The Pritchard - April Fooled, Blind Tasting with Amie Hendrickson (Plaza District - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:30pm
  • Wheeler Criterium (Oklahoma City) Once the weather starts warming up, gather your crew and head south of the Oklahoma River for the Wheeler Criterium each…

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What's happening around town (Wed, Feb 7th - Tue, Feb 13th)

Oklahoma City's event list.

Ongoing

Wednesday, Feb 7th

  • Anthem Drown Night! (HiLo Club - Oklahoma City) Our local friends at Anthem Brewing Co. have some great beers! Every Wednesday night from 9pm to close enjoy $8 Drown Night! Their Power Pils will be flowing!
  • Bi-Weekly Meetup (51st st. Speakeasy - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:00pm
  • 🏆 Central OK: University of Central Oklahoma Wrestling vs McKendree (Edmond) Start Time: 7:00pm University of Central Oklahoma Wrestling vs McKendree http://www.bronchosports.com/calendar.aspx?id=5814
  • Family Caregiver Support Group (The Gardens at Rivermont - Norman) Do you feel tired, overwhelmed, stressed, burned out? You are not alone. Please join our Family Caregiver Support Group which is a safe place for you to talk with and listen to other caregivers.
  • 😂 Kristin Key (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Feb 10th
  • 🎨 Make It Yourself | Stamp Clay Bowls (Waters Edge Winery - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Sponsors: Oklahoma Contemporary and Waters Edge Winery
    Channel your creative crafting, arting and making spirit! Join us at these come-and-go events for fun projects, great conversation and a glass of wine at Waters Edge Winery every first Wednesday of the month. Arrive by 7:30 p.m. to ensure completion of your project!
    Create a set of three…
  • Migos (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm Migos is an American hip hop trio from Lawrenceville, Georgia, formed in 2009. The trio is composed of three rappers, known by their stage names Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff.
  • NewView Oklahoma (Edmond Senior Center - Edmond) Start Time: 10:00am Marsha Snow of NewView Oklahoma will be here to discuss Low Vision Therapy and associated technologies that allow individuals with impaired vision to maintain independent living.
  • Prairie Classic Quarter Horse Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Feb 11th Grab your cowboy hat and slip on your boots for the Prairie Classic Quarter Horse Show at Oklahoma State Fair Park.…
  • 😂 School Of Rock - The Musical (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Feb 11th OKC Broadway presents: School of Rock tells the tale of a wannabe rock star turned substitute teacher who turns a class…
  • Wednesday Game Night (Remington Park - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Play the games you love for jackpots and then play more games you love for Extra Cash & Prizes on Game Night at Remington Park, every Wednesday! Starting at 6pm on Wednesday nights at Remington Park, just make sure to use your Club Remington Card as you play in the casino. Doing so may get you selected via hot seat drawings to make Free Spins,…

Thursday, Feb 8th

  • 🎓 6th Annual Benefit Dinner (United Methodist Church of the Servant - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Invite a friend or coworker for a Pre-Valentine's evening outing and come see the amazing progress and hear special guests share about giving the teens and adults with disabilities, in Monrovia, Liberia the opportunity to learn life skills and be productive.
    We look forward to your attendance and please feel free to invite friends and…
  • 🏆 Central OK: University of Central Oklahoma Men's Basketball vs Nebraska-Kearney (Edmond) Start Time: 7:30pm University of Central Oklahoma Men's Basketball vs Nebraska-Kearney http://www.bronchosports.com/calendar.aspx?id=5786
  • 🏆 Central OK: University of Central Oklahoma Women's Basketball vs Nebraska-Kearney (Edmond) Start Time: 5:30pm University of Central Oklahoma Women's Basketball vs Nebraska-Kearney http://www.bronchosports.com/calendar.aspx?id=5754
  • 🍴 Yukon Chamber of Commerce Membership Luncheon (Events at - Yukon) Start Time: 11:30am
  • 🎓 Conversion to Judaism in 17th Century Amsterdam: The Tragic Story of Uriel da Costa (Norman Public Library - Norman) Start Time: 6:00pm Medieval Fair Free Lecture Series, co-sponsored by OU Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, presentation by Yael Lavender-Smith, Professor, Hebrew Studies, Modern Languages Department, University of Oklahoma
  • 🎨 A Date with the Duke (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:30pm Guests can whet their appetites with a cash bar and scrumptious buffet prepared by The Petroleum Club of Oklahoma City while watching a special film screening of The Searchers (1956). Considered by many to be a true American masterpiece of filmmaking, and the most-admired film of director John Ford. Working together for the 12th time, John Wayne…
  • DNA Galleries: Tawnya Corrente, Sarah Day Short & Claire Smith / Art Opening (Plaza District - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 6:00pm Featured in our gallery for the month of February is the work of Oklahoma artists Tawnya Rene Corrente, Sarah Day-Short, and Claire Smith. Learn more about these artists at: http://tawnyacorrente.blogspot.com https://www.sarahdayshortart.com https://www.instagram.com/claire.stardust/ Join us Thursday, February 8th from 6-9pm for the Artist…
  • Great American Ghost (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:30pm
  • Hip Hop as Poetry & Cultural Expression (Pioneer Library System - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:30pm Celebrate Black History Month while you enjoy a spoken word performance and engage in conversation about the history, culture, and art of the African American community with Dr. Catherine A. John. Dr. John regularly teaches an "Introduction to African-American Literature," as well as a popular culture course entitled, "Hip Hop as Poetry,…
  • 🎨 I <3 Design (Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art - Norman) Start Time: 6:30pm Join us for a celebration of all things design while enjoying free snacks, a custom photo booth, and rad party favors. Check out the Fine Print! show, featuring posters from the permanent collection, then make your own! Bonus points if you come dressed as your favorite icon of design. #iheartdesign
  • 😂 Kristin Key (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Feb 10th
  • Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler (Paramount Theatre - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Feb 10th Throw on some beads, don your favorite mask and join the City Cabaret OKC as they march in with the saints…
  • Limbs et al. (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City)
  • Little Big Town: The Breakers Tour (Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City) Little Big Town is an American country music group. Founded in 1998, the group has comprised the same four members since its founding: Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman (formerly Kimberly Roads), Jimi Westbrook, and Phillip Sweet. Little Big Town's musical stylings are defined by four-part vocal harmonies. Unlike most vocal groups, Little Big…
  • Lunar Laugh, Dead Country Gentleman, and Turbo Wizard @VZD's (VZD's - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm Thursday, February 8th Lunar Laugh will be headlining at VZD's with Dead Country Gentleman and Turbo Wizards! Doors @8 Show @9 $5 at door
  • Meditation Class (St Stephen's United Methodist - Norman) Start Time: 6:00pm Weekly meditation and discussion group conducted by the monks from Oklahoma Buddhist Vihara.
    St. Stephens UMC 6-7pm Look for the shoes.
  • 🎭 Edmond Memorial Swine Week Daddy Daughter Dance (Memorial High School - Edmond) Start Time: 6:30pm Edmond Memorial's Swine Week Daddy Daughter Dance Thursday, February 8th, 6:30-8:00 in Edmond Memorial's Lower Commons $35 per couple, and $15 per extra person Funds benefiting Make Promises Happen Catering, photobooths, desserts, dancing, and princesses provided
  • 🎭 'Moulin Rouge!' - 8PM (51st st. Speakeasy - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:30pm Do you believe in TRUTH, BEAUTY, FREEDOM, and LOVE??
    The 51st Street Speakeasy and VHSANDCHILL are excited to bring you visionary director Baz Luhrmann's award-winning musical extravaganza 'Moulin Rouge!' This Valentine's season come with us and revisit the sights and music of this groundbreaking film!
    A BOHEMIAN STORM IS BREWING
    Featuring…
  • Prairie Classic Quarter Horse Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Feb 11th Grab your cowboy hat and slip on your boots for the Prairie Classic Quarter Horse Show at Oklahoma State Fair Park.…
  • 😂 School Of Rock - The Musical (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Feb 11th OKC Broadway presents: School of Rock tells the tale of a wannabe rock star turned substitute teacher who turns a class…
  • 🍴 Whataburger Oh Whata Night (Whataburger - Edmond) Start Time: 5:00pm On Thursday, Feb. 8, Whataburger customers can show their support for Edmond Santa Fe High School by enjoying their favorite menu items, and 20 percent of Whataburger’s sales from 5 to 8 p.m. will be donated to the school. Every year the school selects a recipient for Double Wolf Dare Week, which generated from the saying, “I double dog…

Friday, Feb 9th

  • 2nd Friday Norman Art Walk (Norman Arts District - Norman) The 2nd Friday Norman Art Walk, a monthly celebration of the arts in Norman, connects the downtown arts district with…
  • An Affair of the Heart (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Feb 11th An Affair of the Heart, one of the largest arts and craft shows in the United States, is known for its quality and…
  • Bart Crow (Oklahoma City)
  • 🍴 The Big News & The Holophonics (Blue Note - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 9:00pm The Holophonics from Denton, TX will be joining us at The Note in OKC for the first time! Death Before Breakfast from Dallas will be joining us! $7 at Door 21+
  • 🏆 Central OK: University of Central Oklahoma Softball vs Southeastern Oklahoma (Edmond) Start Time: 3:00pm University of Central Oklahoma Softball vs Southeastern Oklahoma http://www.bronchosports.com/calendar.aspx?id=5681
  • 🏆 Central OK: University of Central Oklahoma Softball vs Southern Nazarene (Edmond) Start Time: 11:00am University of Central Oklahoma Softball vs Southern Nazarene http://www.bronchosports.com/calendar.aspx?id=5680
  • The Cherokee Maidens & Sycamore Swing (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm They croon. They scat. They swing and sing like Bing.
    Think Bob Wills meets the Andrews Sisters.
    The Cherokee Maidens and Sycamore Swing ride down that old I-35 corridor Friday, February 9 to Oklahoma City for a rare performance of their signature western sound.
    The melodic braid of these three maidens is time-tested. One was a Dixie…
  • Derek Harris Acoustic (Newcastle Casino - Newcastle) Start Time: 8:00pm Derek Harris Acoustic has been a local favorite for years, playing a wide-range of acoustic ballads from Ray LaMontagne to more upbeat tunes of Bob Marley.
  • DNA Galleries: Tawnya Corrente, Sarah Day Short & Claire Smith / Art Opening (Plaza District - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 6:00pm Featured in our gallery for the month of February is the work of Oklahoma artists Tawnya Rene Corrente, Sarah Day-Short, and Claire Smith. Learn more about these artists at: http://tawnyacorrente.blogspot.com https://www.sarahdayshortart.com https://www.instagram.com/claire.stardust/ Join us Thursday, February 8th from 6-9pm for the Artist…
  • 🎨 Do You See What I See? Painted Conversations by Theodore Waddell (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am Much of what the Museum’s visitors have come to see and expect in experiencing art is largely influenced by the contemporary artists who paint and sculpt the American West in what is considered an expression of “realism.” This exhibition will redirect the visitor’s attention to the importance of what you do not see rather than what you…
  • February LIVE - LOVE on the Plaza (Plaza District - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Map (PDF): www.okc.gov/specialevents/apps/2015/LIVEonthePlaza.pdf
  • Funny AF Friday Comedy Show (ICE Event Center - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 9:00pm Funny AF Fridays is the weekly comedy show that features celebrity comedians and provides a platform for local comedians to get their shine. If you are interested in getting your "5 min" of comedy, contact Marc Flemon at 4052084240.
  • Game Over: A Cathartic Cabaret (The Paramount OKC - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00pm Dear John...This isn't working out... It's not you, it's me... I just think I need to be by myself right now... I've met someone else...
    ​LOVE, SCHMOVE! On this, the weekend prior to that most hateful of holidays, St. Valentine's Day, join us as we have a good cry over all those "relationships" that didn't work out. Sing out all the…
  • 🎭 Heisenberg by Simon Stephens (Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 7:30pm In this new TONY® nominated Broadway hit, falling in love can be...uncertain. Amidst the bustle of a crowded London train station, impulsive American chatterbox Georgie spots Alex, a quiet, older buttoned-down British man, and plants a kiss on his neck. This electric encounter sends these two strangers into a fascinating and life-changing…
  • 🎭 Heisenberg - CityRep Theatre (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 7:30pm Presented by CityRep Theatre Starring Stacey Logan & Ben Hall In this new TONY® nominated Broadway hit, falling in love can be...uncertain. Amidst the bustle of a crowded London train station, impulsive American chatterbox Georgie spots Alex, a quiet, older buttoned-down British man, and plants a kiss on his neck. This electric encounter sends…
  • 😂 Kristin Key (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) 1 day left
  • Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler (Paramount Theatre - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Throw on some beads, don your favorite mask and join the City Cabaret OKC as they march in with the saints…
  • 🎓 Late Nite Lab: Tinker 'Bout It (Science Museum Oklahoma - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm Bring the whole family and join Science Museum Oklahoma for our Tinker ‘Bout It Late Nite Lab! Pull it apart or put it together, animate and automate to your heart’s content. Whether you’re a time-seasoned tinkerer or an aspiring artisan, makers of all ages are sure to discover something new. Tinkering activities include electronics…
  • 🏆 MidSouth Wrestling (Farmer's Market - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30pm
  • The Mighty Orq et al. (VZD's - Oklahoma City) The Mighty Orq celebrated blues musician from Houston Texas will perform an acoustic set before The Scott Keeton Bands set then he will join them to perform some of the electric songs we here in Oklahoma City know and love.
  • Miss Brown to You (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 8:00pm Miss Brown to You will perform in concert at 8 p.m. at the UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E. FIfth St. Ticket are $10. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit ucojazzlab.com.
  • Prairie Classic Quarter Horse Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Feb 11th Grab your cowboy hat and slip on your boots for the Prairie Classic Quarter Horse Show at Oklahoma State Fair Park.…
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So I think I got to see Trapwire in action while in vegas last year.

Ok first off, this isn't really trying to be a debate on the subject. in a day of amber alerts etc this kind of system could do some real good. But like anything the potential to abuse this technology is pretty high. But I will say....whatever I saw was fucking awesome. While I know it could have just been something else, I figured I would share it with the one area on Reddit I feel could maybe talk about it in a constructive manner.
Secondly I live, breath and love computers. It takes some pretty crazy things to render me speechless when it comes to them. Even tho I was "Vegas" drunk while I watched this casino security guard work his magic, all I could say was three words..."What...THE ....Fuck". And all I got from the security after that was a sly wink. Anywho details incoming...
We had reserved a booth at a nightclub in the Rio, many drinks were consumed and one of our friends decided he was going back to our hotel across town without telling anyone. When we notice he is missing, we head down to the casino floor and are kinda passing the rows of slot machines looking for him. When sober I can get pretty animated, so while in Vegas you would be better off letting Roger Rabbit loose in your casino than me on a mission. I am speed walking the casino floor cracking jokes with old ladies on the slot machines as I pass by. Then this brick wall of a security guard in his early 30's stops me and asks if I have lost something. We explain the situation and he says come with me. We get to this computer station, and he simply asks for a name and a hometown.
First off we tell him we are not staying at the Rio, he says "It's ok we will find him." Hell if Seigfried and Roy can float a tiger over an audience in Vegas, I figure anything is possible.
we then tell him our friends name and that he lives in Denver. The guard thwacks away at his keyboard, and said there are 6 people with that same name "In town" and none are from Denver.
We tell him he just moved there from Denton, Tx about a year ago, and he smiles and says "Here we are!".
Up pops this text log with links to expand each "event".....He then kinda mumbles..."He was at machine two sixty seven.... twenty five minutes ago." As he is saying that the cameras above machine 267 are already pulled up. Not a living soul in sight. My reaction time is kinda slow due to all the drinks, so before I can register what I just saw..the guard is already in a new menu. "We will just check the other hotels" he said.
I kinda blurt out "That's cool that all the Caesars hotels are tied together like this but We are staying at a Wynn hotel.". He smiled and said..."I meant ALL the hotels in Vegas." By the time that registered I was watching this computer search database by database extremely fast, the screen scrolled away and the blue status bar quickly reached 100%.
What happened next was a breadcrumb trail from slot machine to slot machine solely based on a name and town, hotel to hotel....And then the trail went cold.
I was halfway speechless and almost rendered sober just trying to figure out what I just watched go down, when my lucid..."WHAT THE FUCK" came out of my mouth.
The guard then closed the program and told us he is either walking the strip or found a ride to his hotel. He apologized and jokingly wished us good luck on our search and rescue.
We found our friend an hour or so later at our hotel wandering the hallway too drunk to remember his room number, we tried to tell him about the "ENEMY OF THE STATE SHIT" that we just witnessed but it didn't phase the others. Until about a week ago we just shrugged it off to Vegas Security being the pros they are.
Now that Trapwire is coming to light and that casinos were potential clients. This crazy night, came back into my head and I wanted to share it with some geeks. If I posted this to the wrong subreddit I apologize.
By no means do I condone a system like this being used against the people it's claiming to protect. To be honest I think it was abused enough impressing a few drunks at a casino. With that being said, at a technology viewpoint...Trapwire if thats even what I got to see is pretty impressive.
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[Table] I am a former trucker, ask me anything related to trucking

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Describe the secret world of truck stops like for drivers. Is it like little monsters? Secret passageways? Unspoken codes? Something about Mary? Not really, we usually eat, shoot the shit with other drivers in the restaurant, shower, and fuel up (yes most truck stops have showers, and for the low price of 75 gallons of diesel, or 10 bucks you my friend can experience one) Some truck stops have pool tables, and a tv lounge where we can sit and watch tv with the other drivers, and some of the more dingy ones have prostitutes and drug dealers walking around, but those two are rare to find. also most truck stops have arcade style games, and depending on the gambling laws there may be a little casino...incidentally alot of casinos ave parking for big trucks
Don't forget the part about hassling the guys that work in the shop. Bahaha that too, and of course watch the rookie that decides to back in next to you even though theres a bob tail parked at the back of that spot
Lol. i worked at the TA shop in Denton, TX a few years ago. I dont trust TA to do more then an oil change, the one in Hebron, Oh changed an air dryer on my truck, and did it improperly, I lost most of my air coming down a mountain because of it.
What's a bob tail? A bob tail is a tractor with out a trailer, if you look at the picture of my rig I posted for proof, that would be a bob tail rig
Were you a company driver or owner op? I was a company Driver, although I would have liked to get up to owner op , its exspensive as all hell
Whats a lot lizard? and how do i catch one? A lot lizard is slang for a prostitute that hangs out in truck stops, though rare at most truck stops now a days, there are some dingy ones where they hangout, and they will not hesitate to knock on the sleeper while you are trying to sleep...Believe me you dont want to catch one, because when you do, you dont know what else you might catch
Once a trucker alerted me to boulder in the middle of the road, in a particularly bad downpour, saving me and the car - did you feel you have an extra responsibility on the road as a trucker? Do you have any helped someone out stories? Personally, yes, I feel like truck drivers have a responsibility to do what they can to help people stay safe on the road, we log more miles and have infinitley more experience, so doing what we can to warn other drivers that is seen as a hazard is always a good thing. I have only stopped once to help some one out, I was going across Georgia in the summer time, and it was hot as all hell out side, an elderly couple had a flat tire, and was trying to put the spare on, so I pulled on to the shoulder, gave them each a bottle of water and changed it for them. However the thing you have to be aware of is that some people will fake breaking down, or thumbing for a ride as a way to steal your rig, and whatever goodies are in the trailer. I have a strict say no to hitchhikers policy, but am always for buying them a meal, or giving them some water.
Forgive my lack of automotive terminology...What kind of transmission do you drive? Was it considerably more difficult to learn than, say, a 5 or 6 speed in a car? The trucks my company had were Manual 10 speed transmissions, I have a picture of the shift pattern somewhere, but its not that difficult to learn to shift, essentially our transmissions are two 5 speeds stacked on top of each other, with a range splitter, so there a are 5 positions for the shifter,in two ranges, gears 1-5 are splitter down (low range) and go up to about 10-12 mph, gears 6-10 (high range) are with the splitter up and go from about 12-15 mph to 65 mph (My companies trucks were governed at 62 MPH)...the only other difference is instead of single clutching I either double clutch, or float which is shifting with out a clutch, Big trucks can do this because they lack Synchros in the transmission to match up rpms
Why do you need 10 gears for a range of 62 mph? Do you double clutch in order to brake more effectively or what is the reason? What newbie said, however it is possible to single clutch a truck (although not good for it) or float the gears, where you essintially just push on the shifter at the right rpm, and don have to use the clutch
I understand that truck drivers are under tight deadlines. I also understand that loads can be heavy and braking is not something someone wants to do with a heavy load. That said, I drive cross-country frequently and it seems like lots of truck drivers take unnecessary risks on the road, from boxing in cars (again, unnecessarily) to tailgating. Why do they do this? For instance, you would understand that the center lane gives you the most options. If I'm in the center lane, and the traffic in the left lane is moving much faster than I'm driving, why do trucks push me (tailgating + high beams) into the right lane when there is a highway entry ramp coming up? I understand the rush, but you guys log so many miles, it seems like any truck driver should know better? Honestly, some drivers are just complete idiots, however most interstates place lane restrictions on us, so we are only allowed to be in the right lane or the right two lanes depending on factors like how wide the road is, and if there are any steep slopes, there really is no smart explanation for drivers that tail gate and force other drivers to do things, and some drivers think they are invincible, and above the law. Now if there is a fairly steep hill, and a driver is tailgating you going up the hill, the angle may appear to be his high beams, and he is trying to keep his speed up to keep from downshifting as long as he can, our trucks cant climb a hill or grade at high way speed when we are loaded (and some times even empty) so we have to down shift and take the loss of speed to gain the power to climb the hill...another reason a driver might tail gate is if you are going below the speed limit, or royally pissed him off, but other wise there is no good explanation for tailgating with a big truck, that driver is only going to screw himself when he gets caught...as for boxing in, its just something that happens, I have seen it done twice on purpose because the driver of the car that got boxed in was a complete jerk off to a driver, other then that three or four of us just end up in a pack, and sometimes a four wheeler thinks he can slip through and gets caught in the middle.
Thanks so much for that thoughtful reply. I really appreciate it. I'll try to be more thoughtful on the road because of it, and I'll definitely be less frustrated with bad truck drivers. Thank you. Honestly, if you see some one driving dangerously, or unsafely, get away from them, and also see if they have the company name on the truck and grab the truck number, or the trailer number, the time, and location, then find the companies phone number when you get home, and give them a ring and let them know (ask for their safety department) by reporting them you are doing everyone on the road a favor, and a possible favor for the trucking company...unless the driver has a valid reason for making an unsafe move, the company will most likely reprimand the driver in some way (probably addtional training or a road test)
I was only reported once by a driver who thought I was being unsafe, I had a load of half filled liquid barrels in my truck, and went around a curve that was posted as 55 at 45 mph because I knew the liquid was going to slosh around, my company laughed at the guy that called me in and said I was doing a good job, beacause he was just pissed that I added less then a minute to his commute
After you pee in a jug are you done with that jug or will you keep peeing into it untill it's full? And what do you do with it when it's full? Do you pitch it or empty it in a toilet or what? Depends on the situation, Yes most truckers pee in a jug at some point in their driving career, its bound to happen, me personally I always emptied the jug in a toliet asap, and then discarded it in a trash can (I know youre all thinking it should have gone in recycling, but it had my pee in it, and I doubt any one want recycled plastic that has had pee in it)
What about pooping? You stop for that right? One of my uncles was a truck driver and he said he wore a diaper but my uncle was a fucking freak so I don't know if that's all truck drivers or if it was just him. Yes most of us stop to poop, not something thats comfortable to do in a truck...although there is a story floating around about a pair of team drivers that cut a hole in the floor of the truck so they could poop going down the road, not sure of the validity of it, but it wouldn't surprise me
Where is the worst state to drive in? Craziest thing you have seen? Hmm it really depends on what you define as worst, but I would have to say Nebraska or Wyoming (no offense to any residents) its just about 400 some odd miles of nothing after going through omaha, and another 400 some odd miles through Wyoming of nothingness.
The craziest thing I have seen, was probably watching a driver that just got his cdl and first truck get to over confident trying to back up in a truck stop, and take off the side of an owner operators brand new truck, with an V sized sleeper. He hit the poor guys truck while backing up, and didnt stop, just kept going and put a giant hole all the way across the guys truck before he realized it.
Driver with 5 years OTR here...you've never been to New England apparently. Hardly any truck stops, tolls everywhere, dense urban traffic, tight roads, low clearances, bad weather, bad roads, old infrastructure in general. I enjoy actully enjoyed the New England area, I typically picked up chocolate or Ben and Jerrys out of vermont, and they both came with samples. However maine is pretty bad, but the worst thing in the north east is trying to back into a dock that wasnt designed for your truck, I had a delivery to a small warehouse in a 73 foot long truck, the distince from the dock to the wall in front of the dock was 76 feet...we ended up having to put a pallet jack in te truck and use a fork lift to get the product into the warehouse, because no driver could hit the dock
Nebraska beat out Kansas? I'd rather drive through Nebraska to get to Colorado than Kansas. (Missouri resident, where at least we have things to look at while we drive across the state) I forgot Kansas exists
What's the scariest situation you've ever been in? I have been in a lot of scary situations, probably the scariest, I got caught in a winter storm going across Nebraska with an empty trailer, high winds and the road turned to ice pretty fast. An empty trailer in high winds is like driving with a 53' sail, add in the ice, and its a recipe for disaster. I looked in my mirror and was able to read the company logo on the side of the trailer, I luckily was able to get enough speed up to keep from jack knifing, but stopped and waited it out as soon as I could safely do so.
Also driving through New York City for the first time was pretty scary
How much do you get paid? I started out at 36 cents a mile, plus a 5 cent bounus for driving a "lightweight truck" which just means a truck with a small sleeper, which is the truck in the picture I posted for proof, I later upgraded to a regular size sleeper, and lost the 5 cent bonus, I averaged 2500 miles a week as a solo driver, so I made about 900 dollars a week
Thanks dogcmp6 ... I've always wondered this. Did you ever go "all out" to make some extra $$? Does the pay-per-mile approach cause drivers to push their limits a little too much? I literlly ran my 70 hour DOT clock down to 3 minutes one week I was running so hard, but I did like 4k miles that week. The problem with being paid by the mile is that it is not enough compensation, if the truck gets held up in a dock because of a shipper or receiver they are supposed to pay detention pay depending on the contract with the trucking company, but so few actually pay it never pans out, so if the truck isnt rolling you arent making money.
What are the guidelines on passengers? Could you bring a friend with you for company/shits and giggles? It depends on the company you work for an their policy, some will allow you to bring any one on the truck as long as they are over a certain age, and some only allow you to bring immediate family, it also depends if any one has that much time to devote to coming off...remember if you have some one else on the truck, there is no personal space
Are you saving fuel (how much?) druvung close behind another truck? is this done regulary? No, you are not, the fuel savings for a four wheeler or another truck drafting a truck does not outweigh the concerns for safety, you honestly save maybe 1 percent or less of fuel through drafting, unless you are 10 feet or less off the rear of our trailer...fun fact, that big metal bumper that hangs down off the back is a mandatory piece of steel designed to stop the driver and passenger of a tailgating vehicle from losing their head in a rear end collision with a truck...I dont encourage or support drafting, it is just stupid, there are many other methods to save fuel that work much better.
All of that being said, there is a computer technology that is being tested for big trucks so that they can essentially tailgate and mimic each other exactly in order to help trucking fleets save fuel.
What other tactics save fuel? Take it easy on the accelrator, dont drive faster then you have to, watch brake lights, and practice braking early when you see a red light and keep rolling until it turns green if you can, it uses more fuel to start a vehicle moving then it does to keep it moving or get it going faster once its already moving.
You just contradicted yourself. I dont see a contradiction
Is there a valid reason why so many truck drivers insist on constantly being in the middle lane on three lane highways? I drive from Seattle to Portland 2-3 times a month and this always causes the left lane to get jammed up on I-5. Actually yes there is, the center lane is typically what is called the lane of least resistance, its going to be the lane that has the most vehicles that aren't planning to slow down, exit, or merge into it until they are keeping up with the flow of traffic, and the left lane is probably a restricted lane for commercial vehicles, so every one wants to get around us and ends up in the left lane...kinda handy if you are driving a truck, but not so much fun if you want to get around us
Yeah I figured it was something along those lines, it's just annoying at the time. More the fault of the asshole driving 65 in the left lane when the speed limit is 70. Yeah, most of us recognize that we are a rather large inconvenience on the road, but everything we buy has to get across the country one way or another, and 90 percent of everything is on a truck at some point before it ends up in your hands...the trucks the company I worked for are governed at 62, so we know were slowing everyone down, but we save on fuel, and its less wear and tear on your self and the vehicle to drive for 10 hours at a slower speed
Did you enjoy children begging you to pull the horn string or did it get old? I throughly enjoyed it, I loved pulling the air horn string, there are even college girls that flashed there boobs at me for pulling the string when they wanted me too, ok that only happened twice, but still boobies.
On the kids asking me to pull it, I always would, no one wants to deny a child happiness
I was thinking of getting my CDL and maybe doing some trucking. What's the process like towards getting your CDL and the hiring process with a trucking company? I would recommend looking at your options to obtain your cdl, for me I went through a Mega carriers cdl school (if you pm me I will shoot you a link and tell you more about them) the other option is a cdl mill or just a regular cdl school, or a community college. The process to get your get your cdl varies from state to state, but typically you have to get a CDL learners permit, which means you have to study and pass several exams, then you have to learn about the rules and regulations for CDL drivers, learn how to actually drive the truck, and take a 3 part exam for your license, the 3 part exam consists of Pre-trip inspection, Backing/Maneuvering, and a road test
Is there a lot of man on man action happening at truck stops? I'd like to think so. As a straight man, I dont know, as someone who has sat in the truck stop with the radio on, probably, there are gay truckers, just like there are gay men, and they need some lovin too
Thank you for doing this AMA. I have always wanted to be a truck driver (I'm in my mid-20's) But my primary concern has been in the confidence of driving something so big. Is it really hard to learn how to drive a truck, especially in urban areas? Or do you just learn in training and then end up acquiring the skill almost naturally? How is the pay and job market for truckers right now? I am going to tell you right off the bat, it is a fun job, and it has a great job market, but the pay varies greatly throughout the industry. it is not an easy job, it took me 4 weeks to earn my cdl, and about 3 months with a trainer to get to the point where I was driving solo, eventually it becomes like driving a car, and it is easier then you might think, the best way to learn is to get behind the wheel of one and learn, shoot me a PM if you are interested in otr, and I will give you the scoop on the company that trained me.
How much meth did you do? None, illegal drug use is absolutely not allowed in the industry, and now a days is taken pretty seriously, all companies are required to randomly and regularly screen drivers for drugs, and you risk losing your CDL and more jail time then normal if you are caught with any on the truck
What's the longest drive, in terms of miles, you've done? How do you combat highway boredom? Are the sleepers comfortable? In a single day I have done 650 miles, the longest solo run I had was just over 2500 miles, and when running teams I think our longest run was around 3500 miles
Favorite restaurants? All of the truck stops have about the same food, but there is one in Flagstaff and Wyoming called Little America that has pretty good food, and 50 cent ice cream cones, other wise I stay away from the chain truck stops and look for the mom and pop ones if I want a good meal
Do you still use the truck shortwave radio to communicate to other drivers? To plan revenge convoys and stuff. Yes, some of us still use cbs, I always used mine just to get updates on weather, road and traffic conditions along my route, and to shoot the shit with other drivers. and of course to find out what swift or england driver fucked up and rolled it in the middle of my route.
How many prostitutes have you murdered? None, but I threw a piss bottle at one that tried to break into my truck one night
How accurate is the movie "Convoy"? And did you enjoy that movie? Its not accurate, sometimes we end up packed together, but convoys of trucks are illegal now as it was used in the early years as a tactic to avoid bears (cops). That being said sometimes in High wind areas I have communicated with another driver, and arranged to run with him if he was empty and I was loaded or vice versa as a tactic to shield the empty rig from the wind.
Oh and a a stereotypical one i have to ask, are you a fan of country/western music? (Personally i'm a huge fan of it) I am a fan of country music, I prefer the older style, but there are some artists in the modern stuff I like, I like the more folky sounding artists, look up Will Hoge, and Joe Pug, you may enjoy them.
Wow, that's really insightful, thank you. And i will look them up, country is a favourite but i listen to near enough anything. Oh and one more thing, what was your handle? My cb Handle was fluffy, because its been my nickname since I was a kid ( I was using it before gabriel igalsis)
So I am curious about the effort to increase the number of CNG or LNG class 8 trucks on the road. What are the thoughts among truckers about the potential future for natural gas powered trucking? Is it as cost effective as some companies claim? In your opinion, what are its shortcomings or benefits, if any? Thanks for taking the time! I think CNG and LNG trucks are a good idea...for local runs and day cabs, due to the long fill up times, and limited range, my understanding is most of these trucks have a range of 400-600 miles, which will get you as far as you can legally drive in a day, but with the limited range on them, and the limited number of places to fuel are not viable for OTR
Elmer Fudpucker - Damn D.O.T. Link to www.youtube.com. I always laughed at that song when I was driving. 10+ years 1,000,000+ miles. :) What he said, but his link is only for part 1 of the song, heres the link for part 1&2 Link to www.youtube.com
Autopilot trucks -- will they make trucking safer or less safe? I think they are a viable solution to help with driver fatigue, and move freight faster, however I think that trucks will always need to have somebody in them, if you're shipping 100k worth of product, do you really want it unattended rolling down the road, and what if the truck breaks down, or needs to fuel up? my opinion is that computers can remove a lot of human error, but we still need humans in the cab to keep our roadways safe
What is an incredibly annoying or dangerous habit that drivers do, and what can I do to make sure I don't ruin a trucker's day? Tailgating, it annoys the hell out of me when I see a trucker tailgating a four wheeler, they should know better, the best thing to keep from ruining their day is just to give them plenty of room, and remember that they lack the ability to stop and maneuver as fast or as well as you.
Why did you decide to be a trucker? What do You do now? I dropeed out of college, and had no clue what to do with my life, as a guy i think we have all had that 6-10 year old kid in us that has always been curious about what its like to drive a big rig, so I decided to explore it, and have a year of adventure, I will say it wasnt an easy year, but damn was it worth it...right now I am in between jobs, but my girlfriend and my family wanted me home, and I want to have a life, so eventually something will come up
Find a local day trip job where you're home every night. It totally changes trucking for you. No more sleeping in a truck or gone for long times, but still the day of freedom out on the road. Ive been lookiing, but where I live, all of the local jobs involve driving in chicago, on the surface streets
Woah so you did all this within a year? Yes I did
With fuel costs being a constant factor, was there much excitement (or even chatter) about the prospect of CNG and LNG engines for trucks, like the offerings from Cummings/Westport? Not really, My personal opnion on it is that with the long fill up times for CNG and LNG , and the limited range it is only viable for local companies, where they can fill the trucks on the company yard, other wise I would just stick with diesel for now
Have you ever had a long ways to go and a short time to get there? Every damn day I was driving
How much drug testing is involved in trucking? Depends on the company, some do hair follicle testing, and some do Urine testing, but usually its a typical 5 panel test, I was tested every 2-3 months at my company, but it is a good amount.
Hey thanks for taking some questions, I honestly hate 18 wheelers because they are slow and accidents waiting to happen. But I do like stocked stores and food so I see the need for trucks, unless we drastically expand freightrail. Why do truckers insist on passing other trucks on a two lane highway when they are going essentially the same speed? Sooo frustrating. Trucks typically pass each other because the want to squeeze in every mile, but most any one who is driving knows how fast each companies truck will go, the comapny I drove for was governed at 62 MPH, so if I knew some one was governed at 61 or 60, I wouldnt try to pass them, I also always ran around 58 MPH to leave my self enough speed if I need to pass some one. some drivers are just idiots and want to have highway drag races. (Im looking at you swift and werner)
Why do truck drivers leave crazy amounts of room in front of them in traffic? Why do truckers just generally clog up highways? Only car highways has everything going so much smoother. Personally, I always left crazy amounts of room in front of me in traffic to give me time to get in, and also because cars are going to weave in and out in front of you, so why risk the accident, when you can just give them the room to screw around, also if you have a cushion it helps keep traffic moving.
Unfortunately I cant explain why we clog up high ways, typically we drive slower then cars, so that may be why, and a few states have tried to do trucks theses lanes only and cars these lanes only...but the four wheelers dont pay any attention and would always end up in the truck lanes, and cause issues
Have you ever had to use a runaway truck ramp? If so, was it scary? I've always seen them when driving through West Virgina. I personally have not had to use one, and if you do lose control of a vehicle and have to use one the fines are massive, however if it is your last resort or only resort use it when you have a chance. they are just very lose sand/gravel designed to stop anything that hits it safely
Can you talk to any trucker you see on the radio? Is it distance proximity to pick up signal? It depends on the CB set up in your car and the rig you are trying to communicate, it also depends on if the driver even has a CB now a days and has it on, but typicaly with a decent legal cb set up you can get 1-3 miles
Have you seen Rampart? I have not
So the time limits are really strict? I thought truckers were all driving around with dual log books and other tricks to evade the duty time rules. Can you explain who duty times are enforced? Thanks. Yes, time limits can be really strict depending on the shippers contract with the receiver, some drivers do use dual log books to get around this, but they are just screwing themselves, our trucks had elogs on our qualcomm (which is a device on our dash that lets us email dispatch, and runs our clocks for us, kinda handy) the DOT and police can enforce duty times, and we have to hand them our logs if they ask for them...we are allowed 14 hours on duty and 11 hours of drive time, so once you start moving for the day you have 14 hours to drive out your 11, you then have to take a 10 hour break. However even with elogs you can cheat the system by going off duty when you should be on duty, as long as you arent driving this seems to work.
Why did you get out of the industry? Mainly I got out of the industry because of my dispatcher, and my company refusing to let me get on another load board, I was teaming with another guy where we should have been getting 6-7k miles per week, and we were only getting 3k miles per week (teaming the truck makes the same as a solo driver, but the mileage pay is then split 50-50 between the two drivers) besides that, when you drive OTR, the highway and your truck is your life, you go weeks, even months without seeing your family, and it is an extremely high stress and dangerous job.
Is it true that once on the job you instantly start fullfilling trucker stereotypes (mannerisms, slamming mugs down, talking with a rough crude voice, talking almost completely in 3 digit numbers and having rough hands)? If so how does this change happen so suddenly, and how do you stop being all truckerlike when you get home? You dont fulfill the stereotypes right away, but with anything when you are around certian things long enough you do fulfill some sterotypes, but it defintley isnt a sudden change...and as for when your home, well once its in your blood, its in there for good
Have you had any less-than-desirable interactions with police? What kind of measures, if any, do you take to avoid police attention? I personally have not, I had one interaction with a dot officer who pulled me into a scale, but he really didnt care he just wanted to check my paper work. I typically just drove right, avoided having an accident, and never brought attention to my self
Freightliner or Peterbuilt? Depends, I like the style of the peterbilts, but the freightliner is just a lot more comfortable, easier to move around in, and set up better then a pete to cook in, and with the introduction of DEF fluid to big trucks in the past few years, Freightliners have had less issues with the system then petes.
Backing up with trailer you have to steer the truck in the opposite direction of your intended direction for the trailer... how do you reverse and steer with two trailers? It takes a lot of skill to back up a double, my understanding is you can pretty much only go straight back, if you want to back any where else you have to play musical trailers and move them one at a time
Last time I passed through Georgia I saw a ton of "light touch massage parlors". Are those really whore houses and did you use them? Some are "happy ending" massage parlors, theres a few trucking forums with a list that are actual whore houses/happy ending parlors, and those that are legit, but I never used one
1) Why only a year? 2) Reasons why someone should go into trucking 3) Reasons why someone should stay away! I only did for a year because that was my contract with the company I went through for CDL school, It is a great job if you want to see the country, and have some freedom in your day to day life, honestly there are only 3 things most companies care about, and that is that you are a safe driver (by their standards or your driving record standards...not a fool proof system) that you keep your clocks legal (ok not all companies care about this) and that you make your appointments on time, other then that you have all of the freedom in the world, so not a bad gig. However the downside is you can have extremly tight deadlines, it is very high stress and exhausting to drive a truck for 10-11 hours a day as you have to be focused the whole time you are moving, and it takes some time to work on your skill, and if you get cocky or over confident you will screw your self...also its not a steady check week to week, you can have a 3k mile week followed by a 700 mile week if you break down, or if the company dosent have enough freight.
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