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Kansas was better than 343 other NCAA men’s basketball teams. Unfortunately, there are 345 in the NCAA.
Give the Kentucky men’s basketball team credit. They had the best players, started two freshmen and two sophomores, and lost just two games.
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I disagreed with The Eagle headline on the NCAA championship game (“KU fans don’t get to cheer,” April 3 Eagle). The KU fans have plenty to cheer about. What a wonderful year. Thanks for a beautiful ride. This KU graduate and fan is content.
Former KU and pro coach Larry Brown is correct: There is nothing like Kansas. It’s about being part of a tradition that is far greater than any one individual. If you want to find true happiness, surround yourself with greatness and chances are you will be something great or at least part of something better.
College basketball is a joke. It’s not basketball. It’s street ball. I can’t stand the fouling, traveling and palming. I will not watch it anymore. It’s almost as bad as pro basketball.
People don’t seem to realize that most of the world’s problems are due to overpopulation. Eventually nature or providence will correct the situation.
I still say the T-37 was the best trainer that was ever built.
I hope the developer welfare program of tax abatements will lead to the ouster of the Wichita City Council members who voted for it by the furious taxpayers forced to pay for it. Why do city officials shove sprawl down the taxpayers’ throats and make them subsidize it, too?
Jimmy Kimmel makes a funny, off-the-cuff spoof of Wichita that nationally advertises what is here, and City Hall vomits on it?
With all the blocked lanes, no-turn signs and cones of street construction, the city is like an obstacle course, making it easy for an old man to get confused. It’s also a cash cow for the city at $95-and-up per ticket for making a mistake. Beware. The police are working it like crazy.
The apparent lack of wisdom and planning that led to the construction nightmare in northwest Wichita makes me wonder just what we can expect, and what the project will look like when it is completed.
In times past, the first sign of spring was to see a robin. These days it is seeing Walmart stocking its plant department.