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2018 Summer Public Library Intern-Oklahoma

Approximate date of posting February 1, 2018

 Position: Public Library Intern

Eligibility Applicant must be a part or full-time student at a college or university. Applicant must have a high school diploma and at least 15 credit hours towards an Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree.  83 more words

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Top 5 Merch I want from OK K.O.!: Let's Be Heroes

At the dawn of 2018, I sat down to binge 43 episodes from the recent Cartoon Network original show, OK K.O.!: Let’s Be Heroes. And there’s so many things I enjoy about this show even in its first season, even compared to other modern cartoons. 1,387 more words

Camper Full Of Animals - I Bought a Camper and Now I Live In It

So, I did it, I bought a camper, and now I live in it.

I’ve called her Enid. I was going to call her Valerie (after the name of the camper in a book I wrote when I was a teenager), but then I actually drove her; the alternator is lazy, you have to hammer on the doors before they deign to open and if I accelerate over fifty this little screaming sound comes from somewhere, like the van is dying inside. 573 more words

O.K. KO: Let’s Be Heroes is a really good show and you should totally watch it.

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