Tulsa Likes To Bury Cars

I’ m everyone is familiar that over the weekend Tulsa dug up a car that was buried 50 years ago to mark the 50th anniversary of Oklahoma’s statehood.  The result was a car tomb filled with four foot of water and a very ruined car.

Well, it turns out that Tulsa buried another car in 1998:

A 300-thousand-dollar prototype of the 1998 Plymouth Prowler was buried in a time capsule at Centennial Park on 6th Street in January 1998 to commemorate Tulsa’s 100th birthday. It is expected to be unearthed in 2048.

Whenever I think of Tulsa, I’m reminded of a girl that moved from their to my hometown when I was in middle school.  One of the first things she told me was that she was already aware of what Tulsa is spelled backwards.

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One Response to Tulsa Likes To Bury Cars

  1. littlepastor says:

    Don't knock Tulsa, some people just need to bury things to make the time go by.

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