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3/26/19
1:48 PM
345

When I was little, I would rub a small amount of toothpaste on my tongue to beat the breath smell test, and it worked. There were layers and thought put into the lie. Read more

3/25/19
10:20 AM
5

It may surprise some people, but Kansas City has some world-class museums. On the art side, the Nelson-Atkins is the most well-known and probably the best. For history, the National WWI Museum is outstanding.

3/13/19
12:16 AM
19

Here in Kansas, we’ve already had thundersnow once this winter. Likewise, 60 mph winds show up every year or two. Sometimes more than once in spring if we’re unlucky. Had a day last month in which we had torrential thunderstorms in the morning, scattered hailstorms at lunchtime, and blizzard conditions by rush hour. Read more

3/12/19
6:58 PM
6

Doesn't look too bad for the Ozarks. They are predicting 45 mph gusts, and maybe another half inch of rain. We had worse than that last week.

3/12/19
2:04 AM
1

This is not a sarcastic answer: thank you for giving me a different perspective, thoughtfully written. I had never thought of it this way, and I appreciate it. Read more

2/13/19
12:36 PM
25

My understanding was that the salt lamps emitted negative ions when heated (by a tealight, for example), which neutralised harmful free radicals. It always sounded plausible to me! Read more

1/22/19
8:36 AM
7

Something, something, someone else’s half-baked project...”

9/23/18
7:12 PM
5

Not permanently though; there’s only so much a piece of sheet metal can do.

9/17/18
3:20 PM
68

Actually, that’s nothing compared to being accused of being a pedophile and child rapist.