Thoughts from Kelln

Lead Singer

Posted on December 21, 2018

Van Halen has always been a favorite band of mine.  I got to see Van Hagar live but not Van Halen.  I liked both versions.  I also liked the original lead singer when he was with Van Halen and some of his solo stuff after Van Halen.  One of his solo hits was a simple little ditty that just happened to be all acoustic.  It was a song called “Damn Good!” Some could argue that

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Lotta Stuff

Posted on December 20, 2018

I’ve got a little knowledge with a lot of time to dispense it.   Wait?  What?  Maybe that was supposed to say “a lot of knowledge with little time.”   Actually, I have just been kind of stupefied for the past day or so.  The Ok Youth Expo started a scholarship program years ago.  Very good scholarships as well as an academic all state program.  Kela was picked for a big scholarship and the all

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Does somebody need a hug?

Posted on December 17, 2018

The title says it all. Have a good one.  A better tomorrow.  And here’s to hoping that I am the only one with a sticky I on the keyboard.  (Trust me, Apple Macs never considered the drop of honey on a keyboard like the problem that we got going on, although it may be barbecue sauce, who knows?).  Since we know that there is an issue, we proofread.  We being Me or I.

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Posted on December 15, 2018

I don’t and have not used drugs.  I haven’t even had an aspirin in over a decade.  I’ve never smoked weed.  I understand how people can get hooked on a substance.  I even know people that are addicted to buying goats online.  I get it.  But, somehow, I have managed to avoid most addictions. But, this Christmas Crack stuff…….Oh, jeeminy……I don’t know.  I need to start buying bigger waist sizes.   Some kind of puffed

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How does that one fit?

Posted on December 13, 2018

Known fact that I spend more than my share of time behind the wheel of a pickup.  I don’t venture as far as I used to, but the miles are still covered.  Which means that the radio is on.  And with crappy cell service in this part of the world, I have time to think. For example, while listening to the blue collar comedy tour, I got to thinking…one of these don’t fit!?! Let’s look

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Project Visits

Posted on December 12, 2018

Once upon a time, as a younger ag teacher, I made regular rounds to see all livestock projects on a regular basis.  This wasn’t all bad but I quickly learned that it was better to load the stock and bring to a central location.  Don’t load the scales and haul from place to place.  Break the stock to drive, lead, etc.  Give them a bit of stress loading, unloading and riding in the trailer.  Expose

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Bills and Bobs

Posted on December 10, 2018

Bills.  Nobody likes a bill. But, you got to deal with them.  I wish that every bill showed up at the same time.  I don’t like writing bill checks but I would rather get it all done at once and be done for the month. Electric bill, feed bill, dumpster bill, semen storage bill (goats and cattle, not mine), tire repair bill, cell phone bill, internet bill and the list keeps going.  You all know

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Posted on December 07, 2018

Congratulations to the Shattuck Indian football team on winning their 11th state football championship.  All of those wins have came since 1991.  Yes, it is 8 man football, except for that ’91 win.  A win is a win.  And they had to beat a private school from the Tulsa area.  Money doesn’t always buy wins. This class of senior football boys have won 3 state championships in 4 years.  They lost in over-time in the

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Another Day

Posted on December 05, 2018

How about this president of yours and mine?  This dude might actually know what he is doing.  China is back to doing business with the US of A.  Long way to go, but no matter which side you are on, this guy is backing up his talk and tweets with actual deeds. However, I did buy some metal today.  And the price of that commodity has continued to go up.  At least it is American

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Posted on December 03, 2018

There was a concert in the fall of ’89 in Gallagher-Iba Arena at Oklahoma State University.  Ricky Van Shelton was the headliner and Clint Black was the next most important act.  And introducing Garth Brooks. A couple of years later, Garth returned to Stillwater with a big concert.       Dude, “Much too young to feel this damn old” is one of my all time favorite songs.  “The Dance” is one of my favorite

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