David Perryman

News You Should Know: 2015 Changes to Oklahoma Law
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News You Should Know: 2015 Changes to Oklahoma Law

BY DAVID PERRYMAN November 1st of each year is a common date for new statutes to become effective. This year is no exception. I have assembled information about a few of the new laws that have gone into effect this month. Child Safety HB 1847 provides that all children up to age four must be…

Who You Gonna Call?
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Who You Gonna Call?

BY DAVID PERRYMAN In the 1984 film, Ghostbusters, Dan Aykroyd introduced the world to the Ecto-1, a 1959 Cadillac “combination car” that was large enough to carry the ghostbusters and their “proton packs.” Ecto-1 was called a combination car because it and other like vehicles were long, high-roofed “professional cars” that doubled as hearses and…

Just When You Thought It Was Safe
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Just When You Thought It Was Safe

BY DAVID PERRYMAN From Duel, the 1971 television movie thriller where a terrified motorist was stalked by a mysterious tanker truck, to Bridge of Spies, the 2015 silver screen account of Cold War espionage, Steven Spielberg’s film resume may be unrivaled. He took us on close encounters with E.T. and Indiana Jones and helped us…

Pay No Attention To That Man Behind The Curtain
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Pay No Attention To That Man Behind The Curtain

BY DAVID PERRYMAN In the 1939 MGM classic, The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy Gale and her three traveling companions visited the Emerald City each seeking solutions to their unique situations. The wizard seized upon the opportunity to manipulate the group into ridding him of his nemesis. After completing the dangerous task assigned to them, the…

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