We lament about the Thunder loss before it even happens then move on to the main topic of aliens! Who are they and why do they want our cows? We break down the differences in the movie Fire in the Sky and the real life story it's based upon plus other alien flicks.
Drue and Brad return from the depths of hyperspace to talk about a failed prediction about the NFL Draft but mostly it's a look at the entire body of work the Oklahoma City Thunder have produced in NBA playoffs so far.
Oklahoma earthquakes have been on the rise in recent years. With more quakes happening since UFP last touched on the subject, we dive back in to discuss oil companies' business practices while Drue learns about Mary Fallin's FREEDOM SHAKES. We also sit down with Taylor Mullins, creator of Oklahoma Shakedown, a documentary investigating the Oklahoma earthquake phenomenon.
With the recent raids of a local business called the Friendly Market in Norman, Oklahoma, UFP takes a look at how opinions have been applied as law enforcement. From the psychic abilities to know what an object will be used for in the future, civil forfeiture laws that allow for the seizure of money from citizens that have never been charged with a crime, or the use of high tech equipment to gather data, the scope and power of some of these activities has given rise to calls for reform.
A UFP Sports Edition recaps some soccer events in Oklahoma City after the first home opener of the new NASL team, Rayo OKC, with more attacks coming from one of the small Energy FC supporter groups, The Grid. We bring them back down to the level of us mere mortals before moving on to an in depth look at the past, present, and future of the Oklahoma City Thunder before they get ready for this year's playoffs.