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Comment Archives: Stories: Columns: Studies in Crap

Re: “Studies in Crap finds Sex Problems in Marriage

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Re: “George Leonard Herter tells you How to Live With a Bitch

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Re: “Studies in Crap ogles Miss Springfield 1960

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Re: “When becoming a KC doctor meant cutting up

The University Medical College was in no way affiliated with the University of Missouri or the University of Kansas School of Medicine, but was a privately owned proprietary school run for profit. UMC was the last surviving private medical school in the Kansas City area, but did not go without a fight - it went down several times and gave it's last gasp, I believe, in 1934.

Posted by Nancy Hulston on 09/09/2010 at 12:28 PM

Re: “When becoming a KC doctor meant cutting up

The University Medical College was in no way affiliated with the University of Missouri or the University of Kansas School of Medicine, but was a privately owned proprietary school run for profit. UMC was the last surviving private medical school in the Kansas City area, but did not go without a fight - it went down several times and gave it's last gasp, I believe, in 1934.

Posted by Nancy Hulston on 09/09/2010 at 9:28 AM

Re: “Looking back at the KC -- and the Kansas City Star -- of 1942

I stumbled across this post while searching for Kansas City Star articles written in 1942. I'm assembling a book about my aunt Olivia O'Brien's life for her 90th birthday. As a Kansas City native she was featured in a Star article on her return from Honolulu in April of '42. She had gone for a two-mnth visit with her brother, Navy Lieutenant Leslie O'Brien the previous October and was there on 07 December. Her comment on returning to Kansas City, published in the Star, was that it was a relief to be back in "safe-old Kansas City" (though she was not to stay long, but answer the U.S. Army's call for women to serve in Tokyo).

Interesting, but not why I write to you. I noted her address listed in the STAR article was 5314 Rockhill Road, perhaps a block away from the site of a grisly murder. So much for safe-old Kansas City.

I enjoyed and thank you for your post. I've learned more about Kansas City than I ever thought to ask, and know now what a vibrant city it was. jb

Posted by Julia Brinckloe on 08/19/2010 at 2:34 PM

Re: “Looking back at the KC -- and the Kansas City Star -- of 1942

I stumbled across this post while searching for Kansas City Star articles written in 1942. I'm assembling a book about my aunt Olivia O'Brien's life for her 90th birthday. As a Kansas City native she was featured in a Star article on her return from Honolulu in April of '42. She had gone for a two-mnth visit with her brother, Navy Lieutenant Leslie O'Brien the previous October and was there on 07 December. Her comment on returning to Kansas City, published in the Star, was that it was a relief to be back in "safe-old Kansas City" (though she was not to stay long, but answer the U.S. Army's call for women to serve in Tokyo). Interesting, but not why I write to you. I noted her address listed in the STAR article was 5314 Rockhill Road, perhaps a block away from the site of a grisly murder. So much for safe-old Kansas City. I enjoyed and thank you for your post. I've learned more about Kansas City than I ever thought to ask, and know now what a vibrant city it was. jb

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Posted by Julia Brinckloe on 08/19/2010 at 11:34 AM

Re: “Sewing machine manufacturers plan world domination

This article was great and also really struck a chord with me. On my site, On This Day In Fashion, we've actually been answering some of those very questions at the end of your piece, with our "7th Avenue Special" series. We think about this topic a lot! http://onthisdayinfashion.com/...

Posted by Ali Basye on 08/18/2010 at 5:30 PM

Re: “Sewing machine manufacturers plan world domination

This article was great and also really struck a chord with me. On my site, On This Day In Fashion, we've actually been answering some of those very questions at the end of your piece, with our "7th Avenue Special" series. We think about this topic a lot! http://onthisdayinfashion.com/?tag=7th-avenue

Posted by Ali Basye on 08/18/2010 at 2:30 PM

Re: “Studies in Crap ogles Miss Springfield 1960

What the heck does CRAP mean?

Posted by Bobbye Koch on 06/01/2010 at 5:55 PM

Re: “Studies in Crap ogles Miss Springfield 1960

What the heck does CRAP mean?

Posted by Bobbye Koch on 06/01/2010 at 2:55 PM

Re: “Studies in Crap ogles Miss Springfield 1960

Mr. Scherstuhl;
Let us know when you've completed your GED.

Posted by Jim Hammer on 06/01/2010 at 8:39 AM

Re: “Studies in Crap ogles Miss Springfield 1960

Mr. Scherstuhl; Let us know when you've completed your GED.

Posted by Jim Hammer on 06/01/2010 at 5:39 AM

Re: “Studies in Crap ogles Miss Springfield 1960

This is a crappy written article that seemed to be whipped out rather quickly.
I kept reading on only to find more negative remarks, and an odd sense of writing style that left me in a bad mood.
I kept reading on to find a postive remark, but nope.
What was this writer trying to convey?

Posted by Bubbles LaMar on 05/31/2010 at 3:28 PM

Re: “Studies in Crap ogles Miss Springfield 1960

This is a crappy written article that seemed to be whipped out rather quickly. I kept reading on only to find more negative remarks, and an odd sense of writing style that left me in a bad mood. I kept reading on to find a postive remark, but nope. What was this writer trying to convey?

Posted by Bubbles LaMar on 05/31/2010 at 12:28 PM

Re: “Studies in Crap ogles Miss Springfield 1960

I vote for Miss Whipple. She looks like she could be on Mad Men. Modern and retro at the same time.

Posted by Lisa Elwood on 05/27/2010 at 10:21 PM

Re: “Studies in Crap ogles Miss Springfield 1960

I vote for Miss Whipple. She looks like she could be on Mad Men. Modern and retro at the same time.

Posted by Lisa Elwood on 05/27/2010 at 7:21 PM

Re: “Looking back at the KC -- and the Kansas City Star -- of 1942

Very nicely done. It's rare that I read every word of most columns these day...interesting and well written from beginning to end. You could write only about interpreting the KC Star in the past and I'd read it. Good job.

Posted by Lisa on 05/17/2010 at 9:58 AM

Re: “Looking back at the KC -- and the Kansas City Star -- of 1942

Very nicely done. It's rare that I read every word of most columns these day...interesting and well written from beginning to end. You could write only about interpreting the KC Star in the past and I'd read it. Good job.

Posted by Lisa on 05/17/2010 at 6:58 AM

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