Right up there with waterboarding and the iron maiden, I’m convinced there’s nothing more tortuous than a drive across the incredibly flat and inordinately dull state of Kansas.

Driving for hours without a bend in the road, hill to crest or sign of civilization other than combines and cattle, a person begs for some form — any form — of stimulation.

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