But not in Oklahoma. It's not legal yet.
I have lived in Oklahoma most of my life and in the metro area for about 26 years. It is a big city with a small city feel. I live in a suburban area and my husband used to teach in the mid-del district. There is one high school in the district that outshines the other 2.
The city has been forward looking in the past decade with the MAPS project and MAPS for kids. The downtown is becoming vibrant. We have an art museum to be envious of and minor sports. If you like baseball, we have one of the finest minor league ballparks in the country. Our major sports are college football and basketball. Local theater, Shakespeare in the park, Broadway shows, philharmonic orchestra. Several local lakes includng one that is renown for sailing.
I was never much impressed with tornados until the May 5, 1999 tornado. Now I have a genune respect for them. And catchnrelease was correct about them following a line. There are some areas that have had homes wiped out more than once. I would never live in those areas, but people go back in and rebuild.
And if there is sleet or snow, we shut down because we don't know how to handle it. If it snows, I don't leave the house.
Another downfall - state income tax. But I believe our property taxes are lower than many other states.