Silent Sunday: Noon Edition 11/28/10

Photo by Sue Ogrocki - AP, published in Bedlam Celebration thread on sports blog. Click photo to visit.

Oklahoma State band members and members of the football team walk a path lined by fans before Oklahoma State's NCAA college football game against rival Oklahoma in Stillwater, OK, Saturday, Nov. 27, 2010. (AP Photo/Brody Schmidt) Published in CrimsonandCreamMachine.Com - click photo to visit sports blog.
Sam Chesnut, one of the US Marshalls Posse present at the Ingalls, Oklahoma Commemoration 2010. Ingalls was one of the largest shootouts between Law Enforcement and Outlaws in the history of the west. It lasted 1/2 day with 100's of rounds fired. This photo is of Sam and his horse, Traveler, in front of the Ransom Saloon. (photo taken September 12, 2010: permission provided by Mr. Chesnut)
This is an old hotel from the active days of Ingalls, Oklahoma. Women in period dress helped the re-enactment take place. Accounts from the law enforcement side and the outlaw decents were very different...imagine that?! (1890-1907) (September 12, 2010)
I'll bet this Okie cowgirl (Marissa dressed in her "Jesse" Halloween costume) could have given those Ingalls, OK outlaws a hard time! (photo provided by Marissa's mother, Denise, of Tulsa, OK).
Have any Thanksgiving dessert leftovers for your Sunday dinner? Photo by Rylee Roberts.
Hurry, scurry, Christmas-Lightsy - - Black Friday shoppers were out and about well into the evening. Slow-shutter photo taken at 15th & Bryant in Edmond, OK by Kelly.

General store clerk: "Hello?" Prank caller: "Uh - do you have Prince Albert in a can?" Clerk: "Yes." Prank caller: "Well, why don't you let him out!???" Click. Be reminded of childhood jokes like this and many others while visiting The Stables BBQ in Guthrie, OK - chock full of mementos from by-gone days. Photo by Kelly.