Starbeams: Google vs. Time Warner, Akin Popularity Boom, K-State Name Drop, Warp Drive & KCI

Google is trying to land some local sports team’s broadcasts and outbid Time Warner Cable.  We’re all hoping this leads to the eventual purchase of the Kansas City Royals.

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Finally some good news for Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin.  He is now slightly more popular than NFL referees!

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Kansas State University president Kirk Schulz wants everyone to refer to the school as Kansas State UNIVERSITY.  Calling the school “K-State” was a tradition started by students who had trouble with five-syllable words.

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 Scientists now believe warp drive – a term made popular in science fiction shows – is indeed possible.  They came to the conclusion after one week of studying me in bed.

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Forty-two American Airlines workers could lose their jobs at KCI as part of a giant budget cut by the carrier.  So, how’s that charging more for luggage thing working for you guys?

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Expect congestion at KCI over the next six weeks as construction is underway to repair the Terminal A loop.  A sum of $920,000 was approved by the same people who approved $20 million to spruce up Kemper Arena.

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 Mitt Romney is now trailing President Obama among senior citizens.  I know this because I listened to Madonna‘s rant the other day.

Kelly Urich hosts the morning show on The Point 99.7 FM

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