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Haggard does note wryly that his best-known hit, "Okie" has "become an anthem for the pot smokers." While country fans back in the '60s might have missed the satirical nature of that tune, marijuana reform is a cause the politically minded Haggard takes seriously.
Although Okie Drilling possesses an inherent flexibility that enables the company to undertake a diverse variety of drilling projects, the core of the business is drilling for quarry operations and state road projects.
Lead author of the study, Dr Jordan Okie from Arizona State University, said primates were at the opposite end of the spectrum.
In an unrelated story, the bros of Ambig are wrapping up their first video opus, anchored in no small way by The Stokin' Okie, Clint Walker (interview soon), and underground heavyweight Clive Dixon.
Ditch Witch of Oklahoma recently teamed with Chesapeake Midstream Partners and Call Okie to create "We Dig Schools," an educational program that teaches elementary students the importance of pipeline safety and calling 811 before digging to avoid utility service interruption and injury.
Indie rock and rap producer Rench, the son of an Okie father who grew up in the California suburbs and who supervises Gangstagrass, has somehow grasped the primal truth of the American story on this album.
I served from 1970 to 1971 and was known as "Okie." There was a fellow called "Lurch," and a man named Angus Miller from Salt Lake City.
But because of some stiff competition, the Okie Folding Floater received an honorable mention.
By the mid 60s he was chalking up hit after hit on the US country charts and gained massive notoriety in 1969 with his song Okie From Muskogee.
Beesley says he appreciates this type of hand fishing so much that he has started an annual tournament in his native Oklahoma, made two "Okie Noodling" documentaries, and is the executive producer of an upcoming television mini-series on the topic.
"He was just a good ol' Okie - he called himself that, being from Oklahoma," John said with a laugh.