Robert L Bob Rhoades 
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Re: “Johnson County boobaphobe wants Overland Park to disappear arboretum's Yu Chang sculpture

I think bottom line by installing this statue the Arboretum is trying to say that it wants to be a place where people should come as adults and be adults and "LEAVE THE CHILDREN AT HOME" that way if you are indeed an adult "NOBODY GETS OFFENDED"!! there has to be a place beside adult establishment where grown up can go and enjoy the sights and sounds the peace and quiet beauty of mother earth without the distractions of little people being yelled at and climbing all over everything in sight! dont get me wrong "I LOVE KIDS" but from time to time I try to fulfill the need to go to places to get away from the craziness of parents yelling at and disclipling kids. It seems that women have this urge to take the kids places where they can meet up and let the kid run like monkeys while they converse. Take them to the zoo for that stuff hell thats a place where you expect to see that kind of banter. I even try to ride bikes on the Overland park Trail and there are women walking four wide with baby strollers blocking off the entire trail without the slightest consideration that its a "BIKE TRAIL" not a place to take the babies and show off your Danskins, expensive strollers, and social abilities!!

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Posted by Robert L Bob Rhoades on 05/29/2012 at 8:58 AM

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