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Old 11-02-2014, 05:46 PM
 
Location: Oklahoma
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I've been so spoiled from living most of my life in Stillwater, I wouldn't want to try to handle living in such a tiny town. For starters, where is Best Buy? Where is a big 'ol super Wal-Mart? Where is Lowe's? Where is Big Lots? Where is Belk? Where is the Texas Roadhouse? Where is the Red Lobster? And the freedom to order a margarita with my dinner in one of my favorite Mexican restaurants, or any other favorite restaurant on Sunday and every other day of the week. Is liquor by the drink even legal in the county Wilburton is in?
It takes about 30 minutes to get from Wilburton to McAlester for Big Box types of things. As far as Restaurants you have a few of the chains but you also have Krebs right on your way into McAlester.

There isn't any better eating anywhere than Krebs.
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Old 11-02-2014, 06:22 PM
 
Location: USA
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I've been so spoiled from living most of my life in Stillwater, I wouldn't want to try to handle living in such a tiny town. For starters, where is Best Buy? Where is a big 'ol super Wal-Mart? Where is Lowe's? Where is Big Lots? Where is Belk? Where is the Texas Roadhouse? Where is the Red Lobster? And the freedom to order a margarita with my dinner in one of my favorite Mexican restaurants, or any other favorite restaurant on Sunday and every other day of the week. Is liquor by the drink even legal in the county Wilburton is in?
Is someone suggesting you move to Wilburton? I guess I missed it if they did. No one thinks you should move away and miss your margarita in your favorite restaurant in Stillwater, at least I don't think anyone thinks it. Surely you don't think anyone would want you to move to a tiny town if you don't want to. Come to think of it, maybe you've just had a couple or three margaritas..... J/K!
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Old 11-03-2014, 02:32 AM
 
Location: Stillwater, Oklahoma
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Is someone suggesting you move to Wilburton? I guess I missed it if they did. No one thinks you should move away and miss your margarita in your favorite restaurant in Stillwater, at least I don't think anyone thinks it. Surely you don't think anyone would want you to move to a tiny town if you don't want to. Come to think of it, maybe you've just had a couple or three margaritas..... J/K!
No, you're trying to read something between the lines that isn't even there.
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Old 11-06-2014, 08:36 AM
 
Location: USA
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No, you're trying to read something between the lines that isn't even there.
No, that isn't even remotely what I'm doing. I don't look for hidden meanings... ever. You specifically state the reasons why YOU would not want to live in such a tiny town. I only posted what you referred to. Nothing more, nothing less, other than what I said about the margaritas, which I clarified as a joke.
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