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July 28, 2006

Meade's the Matter with Kansas

I'll be on vacation next week, so my plans are already set in stone, tickets paid for, expectations of family set... but if you're looking to get away in the near future, might I recommend Meade, Kansas?

For J.R. and Robin knight, owning a bed and breakfast is everything they've always wanted. "We came here in search of our dreams, my wife always wanted a bed and breakfast and I always wanted a restaurant," says California native J.R. Knight.

But recently their dream has turned into a nightmare, all because of a flag they're flying outside. “It's a rainbow flag - to some people it means friendship to some people it means gay pride," says Knight. But for knight, it was just a souvenir from his 12-year-old son.

Ah, yes, but was it his 12-year-old flaming homosexual son? Huh, was it??

Anyway, so yeah, sure, some of the locals are ignorant bigots who equate homosexuality with the intentional genocidal slaughter of six million Jews and a desire for the global domination of national socialism, but maybe there's some pretty scenery or something.

Maybe a Starbucks.

Update: Nope, no Starbucks. They do, however, have a Pizza Hut.

Do gay folks eat pizza? Don't tell the people of Meade!

Posted by Andy at 09:37 PM





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