Comments: Anonymous VS. Onymous

Anonymous versus onymous. That is the question. Every so often, during the heat of the battle, a commenter will assert that comments should be onymous. ...

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Treasure Hunt # 5 – FOUND

Congratulations to Cap'n Morgann. . . who, with a wee bit of help from Dad and Mom, found where Putnam hid the offertory plates! (Near ...

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Bat and Moth Game

Check out this video from Science Friday.

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Hillary is in charge!

Tina Brown, the tired and flamed-out gossip columnist, New Yorker editor who was once thrown out of 3 English boarding schools, branched out last week ...

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Upgrading LJWorld.com comments: Your thoughts?

We're getting ready to have our internet elves begin thinking about changes / upgrades to the comments framework on LJWorld.com and our other sites. Before ...

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The Day Has Finally Come!

Well, I believe this entry will be rather short, but then again I tend to get rather long-winded when I begin writing about life here. ...

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Jayhawk Flashback: Texas, 1/27/03

I don't think we could make it through a summer of Jayhawk Flashbacks without showing one of the most memorable games I saw in person: ...

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If Life Made any Sense at all

Recently, my dog got out and was on the loose. I saw him about a block from my house, over by the street which is ...

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Dems criticize Tiahrt abortion comments that include Obama, Thomas

Rep. Todd Tiahrt, R-Goddard, <a href=" during a House floor speech Thursday argued to restrict public funding for abortions and suggested abortion could deprive the ...

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Music at the Lawrence Sidewalk Sale

If you live in Lawrence, then you probably partook in the madness that was the Sidewalk Sale. I didn't go last year, because I didn't ...

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Dry air, cool temperatures ahead this weekend

A Canadian air mass has already moved into Northeast Kansas. Canadian air masses are typically dry and cool. Canadian air masses mean cool nights in ...

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Top Chef Masters — Grass clippings, doppelgangers and jiggly, um, panna cotta

This time of year that oh-so-yummy herb basil becomes abundant in our neck of the woods and therefore ends up in all sorts of places: ...

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Because of earthquake risks, can we trust engineering for geothermal energy?

According to a New York Times article, California is under attack from natural forces rising up from below. Perpetual optimism, the chance for big bucks, ...

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New York Music Beat: The Siren Music Festival, Coney Island July 18

by Ernest Barteldes Now that the Latin Alternative Music Conference is behind us, it is time to check out another New York music tradition, the ...

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A Requiem and Prayer for the Future: Southern Lessons for American Living

There are, really, two Americas. The separation is not by wealth or race or religious belief, or by region, sex, or age; it is not ...

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On-Camera Review of “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”

J.D. is back again with Eric to review the sixth "Harry Potter" movie. This series has been a contentious one in the past, with Eric ...

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General Rant Blog

Soldier balks at deploying; says Obama isn’t president Says he shouldn’t have to go to Afghanistan because Obama is not a U.S. citizen By Lily ...

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KU on College Football Live, Preseason All-Big 12 and memorable locker room speeches

Few Big 12 gridiron topics to get your minds thinking football before the start of the season, which is less than two months away from ...

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Painful Words

Over the last month I’ve witnessed several vicious attacks. It would start with a comment and then someone would slap the commentator. Next thing you ...

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Sherron Collins: Best KU guard ever?

Will Sherron Collins end up being the best guard in KU history? His career statistics would tell us that it’s a question at least worth ...

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