Starbeams: Fat R Us & Top 5 Tweets from Loose Park Tree

Sorry I haven’t posted anything in several days. Been caught up in KC’s Sesquicentennial excitement.

Kansas City ranks #10 on a new national list of cities with residents who gained the most weight since last Thanksgiving.  Forty-three percent of us gained an average of 9 pounds since Thanksgiving. 

Just another national list where Kansas City ranks in the the FAT TOP TEN.

It’s about time we add another ‘S’ to the end of Kansas.


I’m trying to decide if I’m more embarrassed that I follow Charlie Sheen on Twitter, or a tree in Loose Park that began Tweeting recently.  That’s right, a 100 year-old tree in Loose Park has its own Twitter account.  @PENNY OAK.  The tree is tweeting in honor of Earth Day this Friday.


#5.  I’ve got more rings than Larry King.

#4.  How’s your ASPEN?

#3. Want to know the real reason they call it LOOSE park? #Mackenzie

#2.  Oh no!  Billy Joel is driving again.

#1.  I’ll show you how to LOG into Twitter.


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4 Responses to Starbeams: Fat R Us & Top 5 Tweets from Loose Park Tree

  1. Markus Aurelius says:

    Please get rid of that horrible picture on the main page…
    quick, get Tony to come back and write some whiny piece about how someone is disenfranchised, get Glazer to write about his dog or his bedroom prowess, get Greg to carve up the local media…..anything to bump that horrible picture down the home page.

    On the other hand, every time I feel like snacking at my desk I just open your blog and my hunger is quelled.

  2. Super Dave says:

    The Fat Chicks Picture Is Revenge
    Hearne posted that picture to get back at those of us who made fun of his Fiat.

    Hope one of those gals never sits on his new car.Then he have a Flat Fiat.

  3. smartman says:

    Glazer Gals Relax B4 Nite of Lovin,
    The Headline Says it All.

  4. Markus Aurelius says:

    well said, smartman.
    Well said. Seriously, Hearne, update the site before these two ladies enter the fray with comments about Glazer’s ‘build the fantasy” technique.

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