Mike the Intern Breaks it Down

NOW THAT WE HAVE FINALLY CELEBRATED THANKSGIVING, ITS TIME TO CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS. NOW IF YOU ARE ONE OF THOSE PEOPLE WHO DECIDE ITS OK TO SETUP YOUR CHRISTMAS STUFF BEFORE THANKSGIVING WELL, I HATE YOU. PLEASE REFRAIN FROM DOING THIS NEXT YEAR BECAUSE THANKSGIVING IS THE BEST HOLIDAY AND SHOULD BE TREATED AS SUCH. NOW […]

Motivational Speaker: Mike McMichaelson

A Keen Observation from Mr. Mike McMichaelson: Adult Hugs There is no way to avoid these extremely awkward adult salutations.  While 20 years ago when you saw a friend, you might wave or maybe shake their hand.  Well folks, the shake is gone and the adult hug is here to stay.  I have compiled a […]

Downscale Housing Development Announced

Springfield, MO – Not to be outdone by exclusive, upscale residential developments cropping up on the outskirts of Springfield, a local developer has broken ground on a new, but not-so-country-club-atmosphere neighborhood. The Gulleys at Ferrell Hog has entered its first phase of development now that real estate speculator, Bub Coy, has finalized purchase of the […]

MSU Opens Community Catbox

Springfield, MO – Though it will be used in the summer as a sand volleyball court, MSU athletic department officials  have come to an agreement with CCLS (Crazy Cat Ladies of Springfield), to utilize the new, enormous sand pit as a gathering place in the off season for both stray and kept cats in Central […]

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