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Q&A: Rob Swenson on Mr. Mensa

Q1/ What was the 2019 Mr. Mensa contest like? Can you describe it to us? Rob/ The Mr. Mensa contest is a sort of beauty pageant with legs, talent, question, and date auction segments. We had 7 men competing this year, with several doing stand up comedy routines, two...

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News & Notes

July, in my humble opinion, is a rare treat. It can be a really hot time not only because of the heat we all associate with this month, but it also offers lots of exciting things to do. Stay informed over this next month as many events will come to their fruition in...

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Mensa Testing in June

We currently have the following test session scheduled in this area. Saturday, June 15, 10:00 am Central Resource Branch Johnson County Library 9875 W. 87th Street, Overland Park, KS The test session will be held in conference room number three. Please arrive 10 or 15...

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Philosophy in Bite-Sized Chunks: Reviewed

To begin, Philosophy in Bite-Sized Chunks (published by Metro Books, 2017) reminds me of when I first had to learn Boolean logic and how that seemed very important in a way to me as a freshman. So, caring deeply about other people and the human condition are things I...

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News & Notes

June is usually a banner month and it is the official start of summer. Do you feel lucky? The sixth month of the year is somewhat lucky especially if you are having a wedding or if you just want to see another significant event like the Summer Solstice. Both of these...

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Mensa Testing in May

We currently have the following test session scheduled in this area. Saturday, May 18, 10:00 am Central Resource Branch Johnson County Library 9875 W. 87th Street, Overland Park, KS The test session will be held in conference room number two. Please arrive 10 or 15...

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News & Notes

May is another exciting month in which to embrace traditional roots – and, of course, there are May flowers - before other outdoorsy adventures really start to get warming up. In a sense, May is like a goddess (Maia) for all of us to anticipate and to appreciate her...

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Today in History

1554: Coronado dies, without finding the fabled cities of gold
1862: Lincoln issues Emancipation Proclamation
1927: Dempsey loses on long count
1961: President Kennedy signs Peace Corps legislation

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