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Aaron Tuttle is going to speak with PR professionals who specialize in PR…

9:30 AM EDT on April 9, 2015

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Before we begin, our TLO legal team has advised that I disclose this post is 100% serious and should not in any way be considered parody or satire.

Also, the image above is the first installment of our new erotic fan fiction series "Tuttle Tales." It's a work in progress, but we hope to have "Under The Waterfall: A Weatherman's Erotic Adventure With Himself" completed very soon. It barely beat out these other two finalists:

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Screw it. We'll just change the subtitles and publish all three as a trilogy. The entire series should be for sale very soon at your neighborhood Patricia's or Hustler Store.

Anyway, I digress. We recently learned that Aaron Tuttle will be meeting with the Oklahoma City Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America on April 15th to discuss "The Critical Nature of Severe Weather Communications." At least that's what they're telling us. It's probably just a ploy by the PR people to find a new client. If anyone in this town could use some PR help, it's Aaron Tuttle.

Here are the details via PRSA OKC:

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I was pretty excited when I first saw this. Aaron Tuttle speaking in public? This I have to see! But then I noticed the non-member ticket price is $32. That's a bit pricey to hear a diabolical Facebook weatherman ramble on for an hour about how to use fear and panic to get likes on Facebook. You'd be better off spending your money on an Aaron Tuttle private weather forecast instead...

Since I'm not forking over the cash for this thing, I need some local PR folks to record the event and send it to us. Any volunteers? We'd also like you to ask a few questions. Maybe something like "Are people supposed to take you seriously?" or "Hired a copyright attorney yet?" or "Looking forward to Tuttle Tales?" In return, I'll agree to both read and publish your press releases. Just kidding. I won't read them. Who do you think I am? A business reporter for The Oklahoman?

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