Enough is enough, sports fans. It's Centennial Week (if you haven't heard), and Mr. Monday is all pumped up about 100 years of Oklahoma. Woo-hoo, Guthrie and whatnot! We've been honoring our fave Okies all year long, even giving those Flaming Lips their own street, for Pete's sake. (Hey, Mayor Mick, does Mr. Monday Way do anything for you?) Sidenote: Mr. Monday has always pushed for a little more recognition for Robert (Mr. Mike Brady from the Brady Bunch) Reed, born in Muskogee. Can we get a little love for a cheesy TV sitcom icon? Anyway, with all this state pride filling us up like funnel cakes at the State Fair, it gives Mr. Monday that much more of a tummy ache when he reads some of the whining coming out of the Pacific Northwest. Enough is enough, Seattle. Enough is enough. Maybe it was that last little salvo that some pipsqueak from Washington wrote last week, wondering how David Stern could ever dare step foot on the stage at the Oklahoma Hall of Fame and say some kind words about the Sonics' bosses. Hey, smart guy, David Stern was born with the human capacity for free will. Must not have learned that at Microsoft Robot Academy, eh, C-3P0? The problem with our pals among the pine trees is that they haven't quite given up on the Sonics leaving. Trust Mr. Monday on this one. We had the same feeling all last year about the Hometown Hornets. Reality doesn't quite set in until David West stops returning your phone calls. Let's try this exercise: Mr. Monday: The Sonics are going to leave. Leafy-Green Seattleite: Wait, but what about ... Mr. Monday: No, really, the Sonics are going to leave and come to Oklahoma City. Solar-powered, ex-Ralph Nader delegate: But you guys have a small TV market and poorly planned bicycle routes. Mr. Monday: Our dudes own the team. You are making them upset. Hybrid-driving, carpooling mountain climber: Ugh, capitalism. Mr. Monday: Scoreboard, ya hippie. Mr. Monday hates to smack folks upset the head with John Maynard Keynes, but when push comes to shove, Mr. Monday falls back on either Nobel Prize-winning economists or Bugs Bunny. And that's your cue, Seattle NBA fans. Enjoy this season while it lasts. Then th-th-th-that's all, folks.