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The Funniest Oklahoma City Thunder Joke Book Ever By Willie Grondell
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The Funniest Oklahoma City Thunder Joke Book Ever. In this book we take a light hearted look at basketball and our biggest rivals. We have searched around the country and spoken with 100's of fans... More > to find the funniest jokes, some jokes were thought up during the big games or in the bars after a few beers. Get ready to have a laugh at our rivals expense. We love the Thunder< Less
The Funniest Oklahoma City Thunder Joke Book Ever By Willie Grondell
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The Funniest Oklahoma City Thunder Joke Book Ever. In this book we take a light hearted look at basketball and our biggest rivals. We have searched around the country and spoken with 100's of fans to... More > find the funniest jokes, some jokes were thought up during the big games or in the bars after a few beers. Get ready to have a laugh at our rivals expense. Go Thunder< Less
All Time Hoops 2014 NBA Guide By Ian Parfrey
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This is a complete guide to the 2013-14 NBA season, with profiles and statistics for over 400 players and coaches, and predictions for all 30 teams. Also included: A 2013 season recap; an essay on... More > how player salaries translate into wins; shooting splits; and 20 original line drawings.< Less
Polaroids for the Devil By Jase Donaldson
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"I first encountered the desert on a really long roadtrip from Oklahoma to Carlsbad Caverns, NM with my parents, trapped in a 1986 Dodge Caravan with only my Pat Benatar and Vince Neil cassettes... More > and my Walkman. Many years later, after the death of my mother, I ventured back to the desert, again from Oklahoma, but this time to Los Angeles and back. I left my heart in New Mexico on that trip. These poems are but verbal snapshots of the magic and mystery of the American desert(s). Many intend to pass through, only to find they stay - in spirit if not in flesh." -Jase Donaldson, June 2012< Less