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mayor_h 01-15-2008 3:01 PM

email today from world sports says Worlds will be in Oklahoma this year.....that's a whole lot closer than Japan, thank goodness !!

wake1823 01-16-2008 7:32 AM

Out of every place in the world that could possible host a tournament, they choose oklahoma....lol. No offense anyone from oklahoma, but it's not exactly the nicest part of the US.

hoosairboy 01-16-2008 7:41 AM

I have to admit Oklahoma is one state I know nothing about. I hope it is near somewhere decent that has some restaurants. I have been to some stops that are a long way from anything and the only thing to eat is fast food and a Waffle House. I know this is wrong but all I can picture is a prairie.

behindtheboat 01-16-2008 7:50 AM

Yet you're from the Nap... It's just like Northern Indiana, flat, not much, and almost as good of lakes. And OKC has a lot, prob won't have any troubles.

mayor_h 01-16-2008 3:21 PM

the email said oklahoma river, i wonder what that will be like ? wind protected ? deep ? worlds at Reno this year had glassy calm water for my finals, unlike nationals where it was blown out on my finals day.(old man division) i too know nothing about that state,I'm just glad they moved it from japan.

supradoug 01-16-2008 4:17 PM

" No offense anyone from oklahoma, but it's not exactly the nicest part of the US." <BR> <BR>This coming from a guy from Compton............... <BR>within a few miles there are many large chain resturants and hotels. Plus the Bricktown Canal kinda like the riverwalk in San Antionio is new and nice. Airport is within 10 minutes. The viewing area for the tournament will be one of the best of any stops.

wakedad33 01-16-2008 6:31 PM

Damn Doug, I hope you weren't lying to me when you told me you got indoor plumbing last year. <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/uhoh.gif" border=0>

teamvaldez 01-16-2008 7:45 PM

I heard that the river walk is a great venue. I am getting so excited for this season to start. Although I was ready for last year to end. <BR>Doug, do you have any idea how many people you are going to have crash at your house? Can't wait!!

wakedad33 01-16-2008 8:03 PM

"Although I was ready for last season to end" Word on that Robyn <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/happy.gif" border=0> But like you, now I'm re-charged &amp; ready, see you in the spring.

supradoug 01-16-2008 8:26 PM

Randy we finally got indoor plumbing and now were working on regular lectricty to git rid of all the orange extensions cords<img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/lol.gif" border=0> <BR>Robyn we are currently booking reservations now...lol

jermiside 01-17-2008 2:46 AM

dood, travel with your dirt bike, some of the best indian clay you could ever ride is in oklahoma city. Can't make it, but should be a blast from what I here.

diddy666 01-17-2008 3:55 AM

Isn't Ryan Anderson from OK

wakeparent 01-17-2008 9:50 AM

Doug, are you haven a big ole cook out that weekend? Can we stay in the barn?<img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/biggrin.gif" border=0>

maggiewss 01-17-2008 10:08 AM

WHen is it?

deltaridah 01-17-2008 10:11 AM

sounds like a good place to hold an international comp...... <BR> <BR>The people I know for there have a saying "Thank god i'm a red neck" Wow what a classy place.

insuranceman 01-17-2008 10:25 AM

09/04/2008-09/07/2008. <BR> <BR>the venue is very nice. look forward to going.

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