Some Old Lady in St. Charles Used a Lot of Water

An old lady in St. Charles was shocked to see her water bill in April was for $2,043.78, and we’re all talking about this because nothing all that interesting is going on. Kelly, who is 80 and lives alone in her home in the 2000 block of Graystone Drive, has been disputing the accuracy of the 351,000 gallons of metered water consumption the city billed her for. Kelly sent a letter disputing the bill to the city’s public works director, Debra Aylsworth, in May and met with public works officials on June 14. [Read More]

St. Charles County Also Hates Bicycles

A bill is working its way through St. Charles County’s political system that would ban bicycles traffic on streets such as Highway D, DD, F, Z, and 94. Maybe the move here would be to spend some time renaming these dumb-ass highways…except for Highway Double-D, that one can stay. Boobs. Among speakers supporting Brazil’s bill at the July 12 meeting was Stephen East of Cottleville, whose 16-year-old daughter was seriously injured in a 2003 accident on DD, when the vehicle she was driving topped a hill and encountered a bicyclist in her lane. [Read More]

Is That a Gun in the Back of Your Car at Work or Are You Happy With Your Last Review?

Hey cute girls at work! You know who you are. It’s pretty clear who the cutest girls are in your office and you’re one. We, the other people at work, need a favor. You know that creepy guy that does that job we couldn’t pay anyone else to do that we always joke might come in one day and kill us all? Well he might be able to actually bring a gun to work soon, so could you just quick give him a little hand release in the bathroom to buy us a few more months of safety? [Read More]

Missouri State Rep Cynthia Davis: All Guns All the Time!

Cynthia Davis sure knows how to make a quotable. She’s like a uglier Sarah Palin. Much uglier. It wasn’t long ago that the 19th district representative pull out a few quotes that got her named “The World’s Worst Person” by liberal TV talking head Keith Olbermann: “Hunger can be a positive motivator,” writes¬†Davis, who chairs the Missouri House Special Committee on Children and Families. “What is wrong with the idea of getting a job so you can get better meals? [Read More]