Like a home away from home… This is a workplace away from work…

The sun is flirting with the horizon, the birds are starting their morning ritual, and I am in the car with the windows down music setting the mood. I am heading not to the University of Kansas to work, but to the MudHouse in Springfield Missouri. This is my workplace away from work. I have been coming here for quite some time now and I must say that after a shaky start with me many years ago, the MudHouse has turned into a very reliable and friendly place to either hangout or work. The network access has greatly improved and the presented atmosphere is very comfortable.

The MudHouse is not without its pit falls like most places.  However these shortcomings are certainly silly and not the fault of the establishment at all.  Every now and then a strange person finds you to talk about his or her view on life whether you have time for it or not.  It is a good place to meet people (but better be ready for religion…).  For some reason the MudHouse seems to have a large amount of religious clientele.  Well, off to the real reason that I am here.  To work and prepare for a meeting with my adviser…

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About Justace Clutter

I am currently a Physics graduate student at the University of Kansas. My enphasis is High Energy Experiment and as such am currently working at the D0 experiment at Fermilab near Chicago. My undergraduate was accomplished at Southwest Missouri State University (now MSU) in Springfield, Mo. I also compleated 5 years of active duty in the Air Force just after high school.
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3 Responses to Like a home away from home… This is a workplace away from work…

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  2. Ian B says:

    I would wager the large number of religious folk among the clientele can be explained by mere geography… It’s practically the Bible Belt down there.

  3. This is true… But it seems like there is a higher amount here than anywhere else (with the exception of a church)

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