Tuesday had some big talkers on KSHB.com/Facebook.
The biggest was petitions filed in Missouri, Kansas and other states to secede from the union.
WOULD YOU SIGN ONE? http://on.fb.me/TZrXWd
Followed closely by a story we've been following in the mornings. An Ohio woman was caught repeatedly driving on the sidewalk to get around a school bus that was stopped to pick up children. As punishment, she was sentenced to hold up a sign that read "only an idiot would drive on the sidewalk to avoid a school bus." But does the punishment fit the crime?
WEIGH IN: http://on.fb.me/W574vd
Don't forget cursive and Victoria's Secret.
The Kansas State Board of Education examined the role cursive may or may not play in school curriculum going forward.
SHOULD CURSIVE BE TAUGHT IN SCHOOLS? http://on.fb.me/RXen3w
And Victoria's Secret is apologizing for using a Native American headress as fashion. Is it offensive or is it much ado about nothing?
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