You may have heard this rumor that's being spread online and elsewhere about the TJ Maxx in Lawton, OK. closing. It's been all over the interwebs and Facebook, so is there any truth to this rumor? Are we about to lose TJ Maxx in Lawton, OK?
Take a stroll down memory lane with this local Facebook group that highlights the history of Lawton, Fort Sill. It features all kinds of history and old photos that show L-Town from back in the day. That along with topics of interest, funny memes, and great conversation. You'll find a little bit of everything!
If you've just moved to Lawton, Fort Sill or if you've been here a while, maybe your entire life, and aren't aware of these Facebook groups and pages you should definitely check them out. All of them are focused on Lawton, Fort Sill and have great information, news, entertainment, and are worthy of hitting join, follow, and like.
A new digital billboard for a local high school is causing quite the controversy and heated debate online and elsewhere in Lawton, Fort Sill. I guess some people are either really bored or are so fulfilled in their day-to-day lives that this is all they can come up with to complain about. Of all the topics and craziness in the world, this, this right here, is what some people chose to get all worked up and upset about. People man, people!
It looks like we'll be getting a new social media platform sometime soon. I'm sure you've heard all the rumors and speculation over the past year or so about Donald Trump creating his own social media platform. Well, it's true and it'll be launching early next year. As you can imagine it's causing quite a bit of controversy.
We all understand the need to police the online community and users of these platforms and agree there should be things you can and can't post or share. But, we've gone from a common sense approach to if there's a difference of opinion, ban.
Happy National Unfriend Day! That's right today (11-17-20) is National Unfriend Day. A special day set aside each year where we browse our friends list on Facebook, Twitter and all the other social media platforms and thin the herd. So how and when did this, dare we say it, holiday start? It's beginnings can be traced back to the year 2010 when Jimmy Kimmel named November 17th as "National Unfriend Day."