Overland Park mom is Mrs. Kansas U.S.

Overland Park mom is Mrs. Kansas U.S.

There are 60 comments on the St. Louis Nursing News story from Jul 19, 2009, titled Overland Park mom is Mrs. Kansas U.S.. In it, St. Louis Nursing News reports that:

An Overland Park woman has been crowned 2009 Mrs. Kansas United States. Cydney Boler , who captured the title at the state pageant in Salina, now will advance to the national pageant in Las Vegas this week.

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“The sheep need protection.”

Since: Dec 08

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#1 Jul 20, 2009
MILF.
Marie

Overland Park, KS

#2 Jul 20, 2009
The Hero wrote:
MILF.
Please translate (SPELL IT OUT) for the benefit of the uninformed like myself.

Since: Nov 07

Parsons, KS

#3 Jul 20, 2009
You don't want to know, Marie. I'll give you part of it. Moms I'd Like to...
Marie

Overland Park, KS

#4 Jul 20, 2009
earlpittsamurican wrote:
You don't want to know, Marie. I'll give you part of it. Moms I'd Like to...
Hmmm, I see. I suspected that was the general slant.

Since: Nov 07

Parsons, KS

#5 Jul 20, 2009
I guess this happens when you get old, but she looks like she should be going to the prom, not being a mom.
Whoever

Los Angeles, CA

#6 Jul 20, 2009
Thanks Earl, like Marie I was not sure what he meant. I can't say I agree with The Hero. But she is a beautiful young woman.
drk

Concord, NH

#7 Jul 20, 2009
The hero says:

“Conservatives Rule!”

Only fiscal conservatives. Social conservatives have a mental disorder just like social liberals.
Marie

Overland Park, KS

#8 Jul 20, 2009
drk wrote:
The hero says:
“Conservatives Rule!”
Only fiscal conservatives. Social conservatives have a mental disorder just like social liberals.
So where on the political spectrum does a person have to be, for you to consider them socially healthy ?
drk

Concord, NH

#9 Jul 20, 2009
I am an Independent voter who is fiscally more conservative and socially moderate. I form my own opinions on each individual issue, and I despise partisan politics. I think extremes on both sides of the aisle is disingenuous.
Marie wrote:
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So where on the political spectrum does a person have to be, for you to consider them socially healthy ?

Since: Nov 07

United States

#10 Jul 20, 2009
Marie, I'd guess that he would only be happy if everybody was cut out with the same cookie cutter he was. What a boring world that would be! Not to mention the acres of server space left unused on Topix. Me, I'm a conservatively liberal moderate. Kind of like crossing a bulldog with a shitzu.
Marie

Overland Park, KS

#11 Jul 20, 2009
earlpittsamurican wrote:
Marie, I'd guess that he would only be happy if everybody was cut out with the same cookie cutter he was. What a boring world that would be! Not to mention the acres of server space left unused on Topix. Me, I'm a conservatively liberal moderate. Kind of like crossing a bulldog with a shitzu.
I guess I'm not sure how being an outlier on an issue would necessarily make one disingenuous. Maybe he can elaborate on that one for us.

But I agree, I think we need all kinds of diversity, political & otherwise - no matter how annoying & inconvenient it may be at times.

And yes - Topix would be put out of business without all this arguing to be done, wouldn't they? GOL
Marie

Overland Park, KS

#12 Jul 20, 2009
earlpittsamurican wrote:
. Me, I'm a conservatively liberal moderate. Kind of like crossing a bulldog with a shitzu.
GOL - That would make you a Bullzu, I guess. Or a - well, you know.

I used to have some names like that. Let's see, what were they ... well, the more obvious - a Consliberal, a Liberative. A ZigZag. Hmmmm I'll have to scour the archives of my brain for the ones I really liked.

“The sheep need protection.”

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#13 Jul 21, 2009
Getting back on topic here.

These shows were created for these women's egos so men would want them. Men watch these shows to check out the hot women.

There is no real purpose in them. An added benefit for these women is money or prizes.

So I believe my first statement is accurate and she would be flattered.
Whoever

United States

#14 Jul 21, 2009
I don't think women are flattered by a man saying they would like to fu** her.
The Hero wrote:
Getting back on topic here.
These shows were created for these women's egos so men would want them. Men watch these shows to check out the hot women.
There is no real purpose in them. An added benefit for these women is money or prizes.
So I believe my first statement is accurate and she would be flattered.
Marie

Overland Park, KS

#15 Jul 21, 2009
The Hero wrote:
Getting back on topic here.
These shows were created for these women's egos so men would want them. Men watch these shows to check out the hot women.
There is no real purpose in them. An added benefit for these women is money or prizes.
So I believe my first statement is accurate and she would be flattered.
Pardon me, but these shows were created for MEN's entertainment and the women have learned how to benefit from that phenomena. It's as old as the oldest profession. I would almost guarantee you there were men propping this up with their money from the get go - and I'm sure they have made more on it than the women involved (sounds kinda like a pimp, doesn't it?). Donald Trump wouldn't be in the business if it weren't profitable.

Speaking as a woman - we are rarely flattered by such comments, unless we personally know and appreciate the source. A better choice of words is generally more desirable as well. But who knows, so many women nowadays have learned to play by the men's rules and forgotten the true value of their own womanhood.

Since: Nov 07

Parsons, KS

#16 Jul 21, 2009
I don't know any women who appreciate being called a MILF. Most do appreciate being told they look nice. Heck, I even like being told I look nice. Of course, 54 year old fat guys don't get that much.
Marie

Overland Park, KS

#17 Jul 21, 2009
earlpittsamurican wrote:
I don't know any women who appreciate being called a MILF. Most do appreciate being told they look nice. Heck, I even like being told I look nice. Of course, 54 year old fat guys don't get that much.
I prefer to refer to myself as "juicy" - like a good steak.( Now some folks can run with that, say I am likening myself to a piece of meat etc, etc.)

Unfortunately, the insurance companies don't see it that way - another reason to reject you. So I have new motivation to be working on that.
drk

Concord, NH

#18 Jul 21, 2009
It doesn't bother me that others can have an extreme view on a particular issue. It just shows me that they are probably less open to debate and narrow minded. That is why I feel those that have an extremist viewpoint in any range of the political spectrum have some underlying unresolved issues.
Marie wrote:
<quoted text>
I guess I'm not sure how being an outlier on an issue would necessarily make one disingenuous. Maybe he can elaborate on that one for us.
But I agree, I think we need all kinds of diversity, political & otherwise - no matter how annoying & inconvenient it may be at times.
And yes - Topix would be put out of business without all this arguing to be done, wouldn't they? GOL
drk

Concord, NH

#19 Jul 21, 2009
Not at all. I certainly despise cookie cutter houses. LOL People are perfectly entitled to their viewpoints, but I think those with extremist bents on either side of the ideological spectrum have a harder time seeing shades of grey.
earlpittsamurican wrote:
Marie, I'd guess that he would only be happy if everybody was cut out with the same cookie cutter he was. What a boring world that would be! Not to mention the acres of server space left unused on Topix. Me, I'm a conservatively liberal moderate. Kind of like crossing a bulldog with a shitzu.
drk

Concord, NH

#20 Jul 21, 2009
No, an Independent voter like myself really takes the time to take every issue seriously without following the tainted and often ideologically rigid party line. On some issues I lean more Republican. On other issues I lean more Democratic.
Marie wrote:
<quoted text>
GOL - That would make you a Bullzu, I guess. Or a - well, you know.
I used to have some names like that. Let's see, what were they ... well, the more obvious - a Consliberal, a Liberative. A ZigZag. Hmmmm I'll have to scour the archives of my brain for the ones I really liked.

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