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  posted on 5/2/2005 at 05:58 PM
I've been saving up odd stories from across the Corn Belt, which I would say includes the states of Indiana, Iowa, and Nebraska. Illinois is the buckle of the Corn Belt, but nothing odd ever happens here!

I dedicate this first item to Sandman:

* Christopher Garcia, 46, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, was turned down
for unemployment benefits in March because an administrative
judge found that he was properly fired by a convenience store for
misconduct in that he would not stop "air drumming" on duty
(using real drumsticks), causing some customers to complain of
feeling threatened.
{Christopher approaches Sandman, furiously pounding the too-few inches of air between him and you: "Hi [thrat-a-tat-a-tat!], may I [thrrrrrrrr-thrrrrr-crash!] help you?"}

Weekly Highlights from News of the Weird 898, by Chuck Shepherd, April 24, 2005

 

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  posted on 5/2/2005 at 09:07 PM
I like the title of this thread! lol

 

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  posted on 5/2/2005 at 09:25 PM
I can't say I know that dude...probably for the best from the way it sounds...heh

All the best stories out of Cedar Rapids deal either with convenience stores or meth...

Thanks for sharing, Peter

 

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Sometimes Illinois has interesting news...
http://insurancefraud.org/fraud_of_the_mo_set.html
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John Veysey was dogged by awful coincidences, he insisted at trial. Awful, yes. Coincidences, no.

The Illinois man torched three houses, blew up another, killed his first wife, then tried to kill a second wife and their infant son. He did it all for more than $900,000 in insurance money during a 10-year fraud spree.

He'd also lined up another murder victim just before being arrested, prosecutors say.

Insurance fraud was Veysey's fulltime job. He quit most normal work, and lived high off of insurance money. Whenever his cash ran low, he burned down more homes and killed for more insurance money. Typically, Veysey exploited lonely single women he met through personal ads. He romanced them, and then took out large life insurance policies on them after marrying or becoming engaged.

His first home in Twin Lakes, Wisc. mysteriously went up in smoke in 1991, landing him nearly $200,000 in homeowner insurance money. His home was rebuilt, but a huge gas explosion blew it up two years later, landing Veysey nearly $364,000. Someone had cracked a gas pipe in the basement, leaking gas until something ignited it, turning the house into large inferno. Veysey had removed some of his possessions from the house beforehand, then listed them as destroyed. Other claimed property never existed at all.

Veysey upped the insurance ante a year later, killing his first wife Patricia after they moved into a home in Galena, Ill. His first gambit failed; he drove their van with her in it into an icy river. She survived. Veysey claimed his brakes and steering had failed, but a mechanic who helped pull the van from the river found everything in working order.

Patricia finally died from a congenital heart defect in 1995, though doctors never found evidence of heart disease. He raked in $200,000 in life insurance money.

Veysey's home in Galena went up in smoke in 1996, earning him nearly $243,000 in insurance money.

He then married Deserie and tried to kill her, too. They moved into a home in Cary, Ill. Before long, the building exploded into an inferno in early 1998. Firefighters crawled upstairs through the smoke in total darkness, and found Deserie and the couple's infant son John unconscious.

She'd fallen unconscious after he gave her a drink of water, and woke up in the hospital the next day with serious burns. He drugged her with the date rape drug GHP, then set an overstuffed chair on fire, prosecutors said. She had a $500,000 life policy naming Veysey as beneficiary.

Inside the blackened ruins, investigators found books such as "The Poor Man's James Bond." It described how to poison people and set electrical fires by tampering with a building's wiring. Someone also had removed the batteries from the home's smoke detectors. Veysey claimed he'd escaped the blaze by doing a "Ninja roll" from a second-story window. Except he was big 6-foot-5, 240 pounds and the window was only two feet wide.

None of this added up to Cary detective Ron Delelio, whose persistence broke open the case.

Veysey had worked briefly as a real estate agent around that time. A co-worker recalls him staring at her from his desk. "You know, I know how to kill somebody and it's totally untraceable," he suddenly blurted.

After the fire, Veysey showed little emotion or concern for Desiree as her burns healed. She soon divorced him.

He moved in with Callie Hilkin before long. Telling her he had a premonition she'd die, Veysey convinced Callie to take out $700,000 in life insurance money, with him as beneficiary. By then, police had gotten wind of Veysey and arrested him before he could buy the coverage. Concerned officials were convinced he was planning to kill Callie as well.

Veysey also had tried to convince her to fake her own death, then his, for life insurance money. She set up one fake account at a credit union as a possible first step. She described his cheerful reaction: "You just did something illegal. Isn't it fun?"

Though Veysey wasn't charged in all the home blazes, the odds of one person having four houses burn down in nine years are one in 1.773 trillion, an expert testified at his trial.

He received 110 years in federal prison in 2001, and his final appeal was denied this year.

 

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  posted on 5/3/2005 at 09:50 AM
I was born in Champaign,Illinois. Do I qualify?

cool thread title....Stephen King would be proud.

 

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I was born in Champaign,Illinois. Do I qualify?
Definitely! I was just in Champaign . . . um . . . Saturday! If Champaign County is not Corn Belt, there is no Corn Belt.
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cool thread title....Stephen King would be proud.
That Red Sox fan? I shoulda done a takeoff on a title by Cardinal fan and LaRussa bud John Grisham! (Thanks, Piacere and Sue.)

Uh-oh, Billy--when it comes to really violent and depraved stories, it's going to be all Illinois!

Sandman, by nice coincidence, the featured Cardinal affiliate during last night's Redbirds-Reds radio broadcast was Cedar Rapids' KNKM (or whatever). The broadcasters mention 1 of the 120 affiliates every night and, if they have time, talk about the station personnel and the town for a minute. After naming several KNKM luminaries (gen mgr, progr dir, mkting dir), Mike Shannon went on about Cal Eldred, Kurt Warner, and some other QB (Frost?) from CR for quite a while. Cal's been on the DL all year, so Mike was filling everybody in on what a swell guy Cal is.

Mike had some more time in that early inning, so he went on with other CR tidbits, like it's the City of Five Seasons and situated on the Highway of the Saints. I thought that last would be the Cedar River, for some reason, but Mike said it was the route between St. Louis and St. Paul (I-380/U.S. 218 etc.).


[I swear I didn't notice the connection of that last point to the story below until proofreading the post preview and adding the highway numbers in parentheses!] The following story is true. The names have been enhanced to incriminate the innocent.

Car Hood Pops Open, but Men Keep Driving

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Two men traveling on Interstate 380 ended up in jail because the hood of their car popped open.

The men were heading south of I-380 on Tuesday when the hood opened and covered the windshield, the Linn County sheriff's office said. Instead of pulling over to fix the problem, the men stuck their heads out the windows so they could see the road and kept going at about 55 mph, officials said.

Two Linn County deputies on patrol took note and pulled them over. They arrested the driver, Travis "Sandman" Williams, 25, of Cedar Rapids, on suspicion of driving under suspension, and no proof of insurance. The passenger, Brandon "Sang" Calmese, 27, of Cedar Rapids, was arrested on a parole violation warrant from Illinois.

Both men were taken to jail. Williams was released Thursday afternoon. Calmese remained in jail on the Illinois warrant.

"It's a little bit hard to drive with the hood of the car laid over the window," Sheriff Don Zeller said.

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Left: The Cedarmobile
Right: Joliet Sang and Sandalwood


{These guys remind me of when the Bluesmobile threw a rod, and oil was spraying up all over the windshield, so Jake was hanging out the passenger window to smear the oil around with his sleeve.}

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Car Hood Pops Open, but Men Keep Driving

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Two men traveling on Interstate 380 ended up in jail because the hood of their car popped open....


I'm sure meth was involved in this story in some way...heh

 

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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Two men traveling on Interstate 380 ended up in jail because the hood of their car popped open....


I'm sure meth was involved in this story in some way...heh



or bootleg corn spirits

 

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  posted on 5/3/2005 at 04:10 PM
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or bootleg corn spirits


Ain't no moonshine worth a sh*t in Iowa, boy.

 

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Ain't no moonshine worth a sh*t in Iowa, boy.


I've read you often enough to know that was typed in the tone of voice that you proabably used. Others would take that out of context. Too many beefs start around here because of a lack of understanding of the "inflection" in a person's tone.

But do you see how someone less secure in himself could read that the wrong way?

I'm perceptive enough to understand "how" it was said. Why do I keep going on about this? Because this is a perfect example of how one word could turn into 5 pages of arguing. btw, you're probably right

 

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Know Your Corn Belt

In the first post in this thread and one or two other occasions in this forum, I've proudly referred to Illinois as "the buckle of the Corn Belt."

The map below, however, seems to suggest that this honor would actually belong to the Hawkeye State, Iowa. Except for the bottom couple tiers of counties, Iowa is hugely invested in corn growing throughout!

Illinois's hilly southern third looks pretty weak, as do, of course, the highly urbanized counties of greater Chicagoland. Iowa's average county is much "oranger"!

Over on the other side of our Iowa, the Cornhusker State lives up to its nickname better and farther west into the Great Plains than I thought it would.

Southern Minnesota and eastern South Dakota are the biggest surprises, starting with that great tier of red Minnesota counties bordering Iowa.



Missouri is the biggest negative surprise, placing no counties in the red! Perhaps like southern Illinois and Kansas, Missouri is mostly too far south for ideal corn growing, but northern Mizzou (and far southern Iowa) is at the same latitude as red counties in both Illinois and Nebraska, so I don't know what's wrong there--maybe that dastardly Wheat Belt spreading up from Kansas.

Indiana doesn't look so hot at a glance, but I think this map is somewhat deceptive here, since it depicts total acres harvested per county, and Indiana generally has significantly smaller counties than the other great Corn Belt states.

Half of Ohio shows strong results that would be much yellower if it too had bigger counties. Perhaps extending the Corn Belt into western Ohio would be proper.

A case could be made for placing southern Michigan and Wisconsin in the Corn Belt, too, because they have a lot of color. With Michigan, though, those are mostly bigger counties and cooler colors, so the corn-growing experience is not intense enough there to qualify (if I may be so arbitrary in this judgment against my birth state). Southern Wisconsin, though--not bad. I thought the hillsides were covered with Holsteins and Guernseys, but chalk 'er up as Corn Belt!

This analysis is borne out by the more generalized map linked to below, which shows the entire states of Iowa and Indiana as "Major growing areas":
http://www.usda.gov/oce/waob/jawf/profiles/graphs/usa/usacrn.gif

 

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Okay, here's another odd one from Iowa.


Hissing Canada Goose Greets Iowa Shoppers
April 11

DES MOINES, Iowa - Customers of a south side print shop beware of the hissing goose. For the second year in a row, a Canada goose has made the front door area of Artcraft, Inc., her home. Mother Goose, as she's called, greets customers by hissing at them.

Last year she hatched a gosling just a few feet from the front door. She has already made a nest this year.

"I had one customer call from a cell phone and ask if she would bite," said Judi Williams, the company's office manager. "She hisses, but she doesn't bite. Otherwise, everybody thinks she's pretty cool."

Iowa Department of Natural Resources officials said geese have no teeth and don't carry rabies. They rarely nip but are known to hiss when people or animals invade their space.

There are about 80,000 Canada geese in Iowa, said Guy Zenner, a state waterfowl research biologist. "You're going to see things like this," Zenner said.

{There must be about 80,000 Canada geese in Rochester, Minnesota, where my sister and her family live. They've taken over a park across the river from a power plant, whose warm wastewater they love year round, and have rendered most of the park unsuitable for human use! ["They've" meaning the geese, not my sister and her family!]}

Information from: The Des Moines Register, http://www.desmoinesregister.com
http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/ap/20050411/ap_on_fe_st/ hissing_goose

 

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  posted on 5/6/2005 at 08:30 AM
....this is the most I've heard about Iowa in my life.

 

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  posted on 5/6/2005 at 08:40 AM
most people live where corn don't grow!

 

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I've read you often enough to know that was typed in the tone of voice that you proabably used. Others would take that out of context. Too many beefs start around here because of a lack of understanding of the "inflection" in a person's tone.

But do you see how someone less secure in himself could read that the wrong way?

I'm perceptive enough to understand "how" it was said. Why do I keep going on about this? Because this is a perfect example of how one word could turn into 5 pages of arguing. btw, you're probably right


I wouldn't worry about it, piacere. It's just more douchebaggery from Derek...we're all pretty much used to it by now...

 

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We in RI are not enthralled with looking at national maps. We're a dot in the overall scheme of things. Might have something to do with the identity crisis we perpetually suffer from. (Thus the extraordinarily large number of vanity plates)

 

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I've read you often enough to know that was typed in the tone of voice that you proabably used. Others would take that out of context. Too many beefs start around here because of a lack of understanding of the "inflection" in a person's tone.

But do you see how someone less secure in himself could read that the wrong way?

I'm perceptive enough to understand "how" it was said. Why do I keep going on about this? Because this is a perfect example of how one word could turn into 5 pages of arguing. btw, you're probably right


Aguing about where the best moonshine is brewed? Absolutely. And I agree with your last sentence.

 

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  posted on 5/6/2005 at 01:51 PM
btw, the discussions here, and on other threads, which have the potential to be healthy, informative debates, are indicative of the sharp contrast between right and left in this country. remember bros. and sis's, we are together in trying to reach what is best for all of us. I've had my beefs here with a person or two, or three , and realized afterwards the fruitlessness of such action. I, nor anyone else, will ever change someone else's mind. I DO like reading these debates and more than once I've wanted to jump in and let loose, instead, I weigh all I read and decide in my own mind where I stand.

Some good healthy discussions here and elsewhere. Remember though, we live in the greatest land on Earth, let's respect that....and one another. Some smart folks around here.....I like this!

 

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You are in Ioway...
River City, next stop...
Cigarettes are illegal in this state.
And you've got to know the territory!!
You got trouble-
With a capital T
And that rhymes with P
And that stands for Pool.......

 

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Is not.

 

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Toovakynd, for some reason, that's one of the few musicals I've ever liked! The soundtrack was one of my parents' somewhat infrequent nonclassical LP purchases, and we kids loved to sing and dance along with it (except for the mushy parts!).

Speaking of great musicals, Piacere, I have news today that will make you swell with regional pride for Rhode Island!

Sorry, that's Rock Island. When the Blues Brothers first started up on Saturday Night Live, they came up with a dual biography that placed the orphanage they were raised in not in Calumet City, the first independent municipality south of Chicago on the Indiana border, but Rock Island, across the state on the Mississippi. Their story is told in the liner notes to Briefcase Full of Blues (1978), where we are also introduced to the character Curtis, the orphanage janitor who taught young Jake and Elwood about the blues on his guitar:
http://blues.squidly.org/biography.html
http://www.fortunecity.com/tinpan/fitzgerald/12/bio.html Typed better, but link might not work.
http://utenti.quipo.it/danielend/Danielend_file/Blues%20Brothers/Penguin.jp g

Here's Elwood's introduction for the band's set on the album:

"Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the Universal Amphitheatre. Well, here it is, the late seventies going on 1985. You know, so much of the music we hear today is all preprogrammed electronic disco, we never get a chance to hear master bluesmen practicing their craft anymore. By the year 2006, the music known today as the blues will exist only in the classical records department of your local library. So, tonight ladies and gentlemen, while we still can, let us welcome, from Rock Island, Illinois, the blues band of Joliet Jake and Elwood Blues, the Blues Brothers!"
http://www.nederpoparchief.nl/bluesbrothers/elwood.html

For the sake of the 1980 movie's production expediency and the plot, however, the orphanage was "moved" to Calumet City. In any case, there is another interesting Illinois twist to the Blues Brothers I never noticed until today . . .
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Left: The Cedarmobile
Right: Joliet Sang and Sandalwood


{These guys remind me of when the Bluesmobile threw a rod, and oil was spraying up all over the windshield, so Jake was hanging out the passenger window to smear the oil around with his sleeve.}
I was reading an online newspaper article about the need for more and more national cemeteries for veterans who would like a military burial. One mentioned was the somewhat new Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery, established SW of Chicago on the grounds of the vast, old Joliet Arsenal, which is mostly being restored to prairie.

"On Oct. 3, 1999, Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery was dedicated as the 117th national cemetery within the Department of Veterans Affairs National Cemetery Administration.

"When fully developed, this 982-acre cemetery will provide 400,000 burial spaces. . . .

"The Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery lies in the northwestern area of the former Joliet Army Ammunition Plant, approximately 50 miles south of Chicago." Most of the rest of the old arsenal land is being converted to public land as the Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie. The most interesting part, though, is the cemetery's city address. . . .

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Left: Jake (and Elwood) come back to the orphanage and visit with their blues mentor, Curtis.
Right: Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery (star), in a corner of the former Joliet Arsenal grounds (gray).


Elwood, Illinois! There it is, just south of Joliet! What a great tandem of towns to have given their names to both Joliet Jake and Elwood Blues! (This beats the old pair of Romeoville and Joliet [Romeoville is on map near north edge] . )

Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery
27034 South Diagonal Road
Elwood, IL 60421
http://www.cem.va.gov/nchp/abrahamlincoln.htm
http://image.maps.yahoo.com/mapimage?MAPData=Xy8Ti_hyzy31B6cxGqjlTCQWeHk5UG bqpE60XKZcpXKdwAlA7brs4Hy5cgiKH2R2.bCikdMFYX142M.OEhHmnMlUXLXuyd2q96o1BKrJ6 9h46JZab_JuimYr.PnBo3PetpG8Gaf2

Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie
http://www.fs.fed.us/mntp/
http://www.fs.fed.us/mntp/recreation/Images/Eastside.jpg
http://www.fs.fed.us/mntp/about.htm

 

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  posted on 5/9/2005 at 08:33 AM
....the only time we "swell" with pride in RI is when the tide comes in.

 

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....the only time we "swell" with pride in RI is when the tide comes in.

Mothers of River City...
Are certain word starting to creep into their vocabulary?
Words like " swell" and "so's your old man"
Well then you've got trouble
Right here in River City....

 

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With a capital "T" for Toovakynd?
 

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That's why we need a band......

 

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