Chicken-Fried News: Stick it 

(Madeline Hancock)
  • Madeline Hancock

Where would we be as a society without Post-it notes?

The truth is you probably won’t like the answer.

The small, convenient notepads — mostly made for people who are bad at remembering things or organizing cohesive thoughts — came in extra-handy for the Oklahoma City Council at a recent workshop.

At the meeting, board members wrote legislative priorities for the next five years down on Post-its and then subsequently organized them into categories including education and transportation.

From there, the notes were prioritized with little blue dots as each member labeled top priorities. The notes with the most dots won an oversized paper cone filled with bubblegum-flavored cotton candy.

Er, we mean they were deemed the most important.

Fun, huh?

If this sounds like an elementary school exercise to you, we agree, even if participants were mostly gray-haired white males.

Hey, whatever works!

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