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Are you happy to hear that KU Info is back?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on December 26, 2006

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Photo of Tanner Rinke

“Yes, that’s sweet. I personally haven’t used it that much, but I’ve heard plenty of comments from people who did that they were disappointed when it shut down.”

Photo of Rachel Ashworth

“I never really used it. With the Internet, I think it’s easier to just look it up online.”

Photo of Rumpa Yeasin

“Yeah. It’s a really fast way to get random information compared to canvassing other forms of media.”

Photo of Adam MacDonald

“Not really. I never used it. I just get on the Internet.”


trinity 11 years, 4 months ago

two "yays" and two "nah gimme my 'net"-s.

i guess i'm happy KU info is back-although at this time i have no particular need for it.

that rachel girl has a fabulous smile!

ok more coffee, right now.

oh-first! :)

jonas 11 years, 4 months ago

You know, I don't think I know the answer to this question. Guess I'd better. . . CALL KU INFO!!!

John Spencer 11 years, 4 months ago

They should dump the Football team and fund KU info, at least there will be a return for the money spent.

beatrice 11 years, 4 months ago

So, instead of looking something up on the internet yourself, you call the info line -- and the person there looks it up on the internet for you. Sounds like a waste of money to me.

SpeedRacer 11 years, 4 months ago

Py, I used to really enjoy Firesign Theater. You used to be able to listen to the old shows (commercials were my favorite) on their website, but now they charge.

JHawker 11 years, 4 months ago

Sure the internet may be a good source of information - but will the internet be able to tell you how many trees are planted on campus? I'm so glad KU Info is back!

beatrice 11 years, 4 months ago

"but will the internet be able to tell you how many trees are planted on campus?"

And though the trees were mighty tall / They had to count them all / Now they know how many trees it takes to fill Mt. Oread / I'd love to turn you on.

ohjayhawk 11 years, 4 months ago

You have me stumped on that one, Py. I'd have to use the tools you have forbidden us to figure that one out! Bea's was easy for me because "A Day in the Life" is one of my favorite songs.

Sagecasey 11 years, 4 months ago

stupid = lazy, jonas = stupid, therefore, jonas = lazy

Linda Aikins 11 years, 4 months ago

I've used it to resolve Scrabble questions, not hemp-fueled. It worked great!

I think we asked about ska.

sunflower_sue 11 years, 4 months ago

Not really. They were never able to answer my questions. I always felt ripped off. :(

jonas 11 years, 4 months ago

Sagecasey: Shhh. . . don't let everybody else know.

ms_canada 11 years, 4 months ago

Just to clear things up, this is Boxing Day in Canada. The day when, so long ago, servants were given boxes of treats by their employers. That is what I have believed all these years. When I was a kid, it was the day that we gave a gift to the mailman, the paper boy etc. Aside from that, you have your Black Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year in the US. Boxing Day is a BIG shopping day here. Stores open early and people flock to them. Not me though.

ohjayhawk 11 years, 4 months ago


I have not heard of that comedy group, but it sounds like I'll have to check them out. Sounds like their kind humor would be right up my alley. Sounds like they were popular right about the time I was born (1971).

I have not heard the "Love" CD yet. I will have to check that out as well. My mother is a HUGE Beatles fan and passed along the appreciation of their music to me.

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