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Sound Off: Why did Kansas University block access to Pioneer Cemetery on Memorial Day?

KU spokeswoman Jill Jess said Pioneer Cemetery was not blocked on Memorial Day. She did say a construction fence was up in preparation for road work, but the fence had openings to allow cemetery access. She added that none of the roads around the cemetery were closed and that the cemetery was well attended on Memorial Day.

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GUMnNUTS 2 years, 11 months ago

I like silly questions. They make me smile.

footnote2 2 years, 11 months ago

You'd think that LJWorld.com would at least verify the premise of the question, in this case that KU blocked access to the cemetery. Why not pass along the question "Why does the City of Lawrence allow known carcinogens in our drinking water?" We can all think of bogus, sensationalistic questions like this one that would flirt with libel if posed as a statement rather than as a question without any basis in fact.

JackMcKee 2 years, 11 months ago

Why is my Internet turned off?

Is there always a full moon on Halloween?

Why do they call them bees when they look more like eights?

Are we there yet ?

Another 10 year old strikes again with the question of the day!

dipweed 2 years, 11 months ago

They didn't block access to the cemetery. Next question.

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