And after having the past few days of enduring one of those seemingly endless internet blogaholicness withdrawals of some sort of not being able to find one of those computers to maintain my blogaholicness in my travelling travails, I now find my self locating one. And is this one of those 50 Signs You're A Blogaholic. And just about ever internet withdrawal symptom may have passed through my mind in these days. And I never thought I would be so happy to see one of those Time Warner Cable guys show up at the door as if they could be some sort of doctor coming to save the day. And then there were thoughts of the local library, which does not seem to be so local in this town, and then the nearest McDonald's for free wireless which does not seem to be so near, or even trying to roam about town walking for miles and miles and miles and miles until one could just find that computer. And then the cable guy shows up and saves the day so to say. And in other thoughts as I find myself here in this town of Kansas City is it seems a whole another world from that City of New York that I am used to finding myself dwelling in. And this inner city of Kansas City seems as if it could be the wild wild west with the news of crime running rampant, and stories of crime on the news that only seems to be devoted to crime more atrocitic than the next and too many to fast to keep track of, a beast that seems to feed upon itself. And there is an article on the cover of the most recent issue of The Kansas City Call that reads "Gun Violence Needs To Be Addressed", with a photo of yellow police tape that reads "do not enter crime scene" with a photo of a smoking gun with a big red x over it. And the message is clear, if only guns can be abolosihed from every human being on the face of planet earth. Guns are the worst invention of an industry ever. Is another world possible, and what does this have to do with a No Police State?