Let's see how the talkbackers feel.
equalaccessopportunity says: "This is all a putrid southern-justice game administrative wrongdoers at KU like Lew Perkins and those despicable monsters over in the KU Human Resources Department play all the time, and too often it works. Criminalize truth-telling, decent people while you robbber barons with the dirty cops and Douglas County criminal injustice system crooks in your pocket so willing to collude with you and hide your lies walk free and ruin the ethical standing of the community."
Richard: "I only understand about 20% of that rant, but I like the angry tone."
Elsewhere in sports news, word arrived yesterday that Larryville's KU/K-State football game will occur not on a Saturday but on the Thursday of Fall Break. As always, the primary concern of local football fans (as evidenced in the talkbacks) is not the game itself, but rather how much alcohol can be consumed before, during, and after and how a Thursday evening game will affect said consumption.
But the LC prize for best comment goes to "twobigones":
"Perkins announced that tickets at the 50 yard line were only going for $123,000 each. He also said these tickets could be purchased through special ticket handling agents located at the Days Inn in Lawrence and several nearby cities, knock three times and lewie sent me."
A group of local chefs are hosting the first annual "River City Cook Off" this Sunday at Abe and Jake's to raise money for cleaning the polluted Kansas River: "They'll be competing for the "Catfish Trophy" by preparing two to three dishes for the crowd. One dish must be vegetarian and one must include local ingredients" (LJ-World).
The flier for the event, featuring a knife-wielding catfish, is certainly pretty apt: eating a catfish from the Kansas River WILL almost certainly kill you.