Starbeams: Albert Rocks St. Louis, Weiss Waddles into KU

The University of Kansas has hired former Chiefs offensive coordinator Charlie Weis to be head coach of the Jayhawks.  A lot of people think he will be a perfect fit because a lot of KU grads spell wise, "W-E-I-S."


The city of St. Louis is still in shock after slugger Albert Pujols has signed a $254 million contract with the Los Angeles Angels.  Albert is from Kansas City, so eventually that money will wind up in southern Johnson County.  The Royals tried to sign him…but they couldn’t work a deal where Albert would agree to be paid by the hour.


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4 Responses to Starbeams: Albert Rocks St. Louis, Weiss Waddles into KU

  1. Dena says:

    I need a Santa
    I need to find someone to play Santa at the National Native American Chamber of Commerce’s Toys for Tots Christmas party for Native American families on Saturday 12/17. I’ve been trying to find some one and no one has come forward to volunteer. I would even be willing to pay from my own pocket just so we can have Santa for the kids. It’s been 30-some years ago, but I was the recipient of a Toy for Tots toy. It was a brand new baby doll and I didn’t have to share it. I’m 41 now and in a position to help others.
    I know your posts get a ton of hits so…anyone out there have a Santa Suit and willing to bring some holiday cheer to some local Native American families?

  2. Hearne Christopher says:

    I’ve got a fatter one for you. Allow me to introduce you to Tony the Tiger at tonight’s bash

  3. PB says:

    Wow, that’s freaking hilarious, Henny.

    Back to the sound of crickets that usually follow your posts.

  4. Dena says:

    Missed it by that much
    Didn’t make it to the big shin-dig….there’s always next year, right?
    But I still need a Santa. I found someone who was willing but he’s too big for the Santa suit.

    I’d do it myself but…that’d be a litte…weird.

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