Bon Jour from Kansas

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Enjoy the games here?

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Utica is a city in Ness County, Kansas, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 158. K-4 is the longest designated state highway in Kansas traversing from north of Scott City at US-83 to US-59 near Nortonville in northeast Kansas. A segment of the highway in Saline County overlaps Interstate 135, and a section in Topeka runs concurrent with Interstate 70.

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PHP looooove. it’s just how we roll…

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February 8, 2015
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this is not the fastest way to anywhere. and?

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State of the Magical Jeep: Kansas & Holding Steady

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at some hour of the world sleeps, pulled in to this slumberous Kansas rest area for much-needed Zzzzs. then off to the badlands woohoooooooo

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and finally..

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i started off day one for epic roadtrip final destination punk hostage press los angeles with 2 goals for the day:  1. drop by Iowa and say hi to Dev 2. find the world’s largest ball of twine. done and done. hey the day’s not over until you go to sleep and there’s many miles yet to go. 3am-ish and I even manage to throw in a promo for This Is Poetry. not too damn bad at all20150208_012303

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when you’re not in kansas anymore but you are indeed in kansas

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“If we walk far enough,” says Dorothy, “we shall sometime come to someplace.” –L. Frank Baum, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

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