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Kevin Mc

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Kevin McConaghy (the “h” is silent) is a freelance writer and recovering advertising account executive who officially lives in Dallas, Texas. He is 29 years old, has been married 0 times and was once kicked in the face by a bull. A small one. In his spare time, he likes to travel around the country in his old pickup, Larry; go camping and kayaking; and figure out more ways to incorporate the word “hence” into his writing. He is semi-omniscient (he knows a few things, but not everything), gets along well with 2-year-olds, and sometimes refers to himself in the third person.   You can find his musings about life, America, and everything at The Hitchhiker’s Guide to America, www.hitchhikersguide2america.com.

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  • How to Win the Lottery

    How to Win the Lottery

    9 years ago

    I heard someone ask, "How do you win the lottery?", as if there were a strategy you could follow to guarantee success in a game of blind luck. After some consideration, though, I realized that there was a good answer to...

  • Things to See and Do In Northwest Oklahoma

    Things to See and Do In Northwest Oklahoma

    4 months ago

    Northwest Oklahoma is Great Plains country. Go ahead and admit it: plains sound, well, plain, and not very interesting. With buried treasure, the Sahara desert, and the occasional air raid on the town square, northwest...

  • Things to see and do in Northeast Oklahoma

    Things to see and do in Northeast Oklahoma

    7 years ago

    Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma like to think of themselves as just a bit more cultured and sophisticated than the rest of the state. But, that's all relative, and they still house the world's largest McDonald's. If you...

  • Things to see and do in Southeast Oklahoma

    Things to see and do in Southeast Oklahoma

    7 years ago

    Let's face it: Oklahoma is not a tourist Mecca. It has no 14,000-foot mountain peaks, no oceanfront beaches, and no giant world-renowned cities. It never has and never will. The only time a great rush of outsiders were...

  • Roadside Oddities: Car Art

    Roadside Oddities: Car Art

    10 years ago

    Automobiles are an integral part of American life. They get us to our jobs and families, provide us with an element of freedom we hold so dear, and serve as indicators of status or occupation. Some exotic or antique...