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Behka’s Counterpoint: Why I Don’t Want a Christmas Tree

Okay, so apparently I have become a massive "grinch" because I don't want a Christmas tree from Bruce.  I contend I am not, in fact, a "grinch" and I will be happy to illustrate WHY I don't want a tree. 

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What are You Thankful For?

Kids, this time of year really makes you think.  Or at least it does, for me.  I thought I'd take a second and sit down and really think about what tomorrow is supposed to be about. 

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Behka’s Links: Epicurious

Kids, I know and you know that Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, New Year's and all the other holidays in between are coming up.   And sometimes that can involve a lot of cooking!  So what the heck do you do?  Make twelve of the same dish?  Not if you check out today's link! 

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Sedalia’s Weekend Events – Weekend of October 27

There's a lot of great stuff going on this weekend!  Here's a reminder of everything that's fun for you and the family. 

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Will This Game Hold The Key to Predicitng the 2012 Major League Baseball Playoffs?

Will This Tomy Pocket Game Predict the 2012 MLB Playoffs?

The Major League Baseball Playoffs are here, and I'm sure there are many looking into the crystal ball to figure out which teams will win through the playoffs.  Logic says to compare how the teams did against each other in the regular season, or which team was hot down the stretch, or who has the best best pitchers or hitters.  These are all logical ways to predict winners, but it is baseball and anything can happen.  Just refer to the St. Louis Cardinals in 2011 and you'll see logic may not have worked in predicting the winner as they defied the odds so many times.

A few months ago, I was cleaning out a box of stuff of mine.  Somehow I was able to save these gem of a game that my father gave me in 1986, called the Tomy Pocket Game for baseball.

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The Hayride: A Sedalia Tradition?

Kids, I'm the person who does the updates for our Community Calendar stuff.   I hear more about that any one single thing I do here at KIX, which may or may not be a bad thing. 

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Kids Could Do a Lot of Things Then That They Can’t Do Now

Last week, a Texas woman was arrested for allegedly letting her kids (ages six and nine) play in their cul-de-sac unattended.  I think back to my childhood and when I was around five years old, the rule was to be home when the street lights came on.  We were free to roam the neighborhood and there was an understanding that if we got out of line, someone would call our parents.  Of course, this was before we decided to attempt to bubble wrap our kids.

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Mark Twain Apartments

To Replace or Not Replace, That Is the Question…

Well kids, a lot of you have been very patient with me in my discussions of what went down about a month ago at the Mark Twain Apartments.  I've been surprised by how many people I don't know told me they read the post, and how many people tell me they understood what it was like.

Well, I'm just now getting almost to the beginning of getting ready for a new place.  I have been a little jerked around a few times in finding one, but I might get lucky this time.  If all goes as planned, I'll be in a new place of my own by the beginning of September. But now, the problem emerges:  What do you replace?

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‘Welcome Back, Kotter’ Star Ron Palillo Dies At 63

Sad news to report today, as former ‘Welcome Back, Kotter’ star and noted acting teacher Ron Palillo died this morning of a heart attack, at the age of 63.  Palillo was reportedly found by his lifelong partner Joseph Gramm early this morning in their Beach Gardens home, before being taken to the hospital and pronounced dead.  The news was reported by one of Palillo’s close personal friends.

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What’s it Like to Work at The Fair?

Kids, I know that for many of us who grew up in the Sedalia area, working at the Missouri State Fair was almost a given. 

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