So I just returned from doing a half hour interview for our One on One show in Boulder with Charles Johnson and Joel Klatt. The two former Buffs will be our experts on the new “Black and Gold” Sports Summit show. They know what theyʼre talking about! They practically bleed black and gold, and both were instrumental in the Buffs success during their years at CU. They are funny too! Youʼll have to tune into the show, and the upcoming One on One. Both will air in September. For one of the segments, we walked on the campus of the University of Colorado. It was a great environment. Kids studying on the lawn, walking, biking, and skateboarding to class. A college campus is such an awesome environment. If you have a little free time, head to the nearest college and walk around. It promises to bring back memories of your college days. Which made me think, why was I in a such a hurry to leave college in four years? I loved my time at the University of Kansas, and looking back, that was surely one of the best times of my life! Why was I so impatient to get into “the real world?” You know, the one with responsibility, bills, and accountability! Really, who needs that? Whatʼs wrong with returning to a world where my greatest responsibility is getting to my western civilization class at 8am? Yes...8am. Not 5am as I complained it felt like. Then there was dinner. Would I order pizza, go to the cafeteria, or try that new sub place on campus? Then there was going out. I mean, going out on the town at 10pm, forced me to sleepthe next day at until least 10am. (That was I when woken up by the school band getting ready for that dayʼs football game.) What a great life. There were imaginative, creative, and hopeful minds around every corner you turned. So many different ways of thinking! Why would I want to leave that? WHY? Oh yes....thatʼs right. My parents were footing the bill. Anyone see my water bill that was due yesterday?