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Lunch on Wednesday was a happy affair. We were all delighted with the election results as the man we had supported won this time around. For most of us, that hadn't been the case for many years. We certainly all also appreciated the enormity of the vote from an historical perspective. Even...
Where have I been, right? I know you're all wondering. Well, I was on vacation. A vacation that allows me to cross something off my bucket list. Because I was in Arizona. Surprise, to be specific. Spring training home of the one, the only, Kansas City Royals.Baseball has always been a thing with my...
I'm generally kind of a fan of social media. I'll go to twitter when I want to get a sense for what people are saying on a particular topic. I read the comment boards on news sites.And I love my Facebook. For good reason, I might add. Facebook has reconnected me with many people from previous...
I would like to apologize for ever having had a picture of Kirk Cameron hanging on my bedroom wall. I think it is clear for readers of this blog, and I know it's clear to those of you who know me in person, that I would never in any way condone comments like the ones he made to Piers Morgan,...
I'm pretty sure I just saw the national collegiate basketball player of the year play. I'm also pretty sure it was also his last ever game at the greatest venue in all of sports. Ok, all of college sports. (See, I can be reasonable and objective about my Jayhawks.)If Thomas Robinson does not win a...
In Alabama, a grandmother made her 9 year-old granddaughter run for three hours, while holding weights and without water. This was to punish the girl for eating chocolate, which she wasn't supposed to eat because of a medical condition. The girl died and while officially autopsy results are still...
Oh my goodness, but this would be a terrible idea. Our Legislative Post Audit agency looked into what the financial impact on the state would be if the state implemented a residency requirement for state employees. Currently, just under 3000 state employees do not live in Kansas. Most of those...