Tweet from Twitter: “We’ve confidentially submitted an S-1 to the SEC for a planned IPO. This Tweet does not constitute an offer of any securities for sale”. . . Next Tuesday, the book “Glory and Scandal of Big-Time College Football,” hits the bookstalls. Authors Jeff Benedict and Armen Keteyian chronicle in one chapter former Mizzou tailback Derrick Washington’s 2011 conviction for “sexually charged environment,” assaulting a former tutor in her sleep. . .Is Mike Bush leaving KSDK? Late last night, a farewell thing for him with the MDA. Meanwhile (and there’s always a meanwhile), in an attempt to beef up flagging ratings, the once powerful morning show on the station is bringing in a Cornusker Nichole Bertle, who begins Monday as a newsreader, allowing the current anchors Pat McGonigle and Jennifer Blome to do interviews and soften the show. Bertle stars in promos running now saying how important it is for her to love her new hometown. She’s from Omaha, but lived in NYC for a time and Indiana. Welcome to St. Louis (not St. Louie). The “s” is silent in Gravois and there’s no “noise” in Illinois, and it’s Florissant not Florissaunt. Won’t it be fun to to watch her mangle the names, like Chouteau? Like Marceau? Like DeBaliviere? Like Des Peres? One KSDKer famously pronounced each “s” in Des Peres. . .One percent of America’s power plants emit 33 percent of energy industry’s carbon. According to the Environment America Research and Policy Center, an independent nonprofit, among the 10 dirtiest in the U.S. is “Union Electric Co.’s Labadie plant”. . .Our town’s Rev. Susan Sneed and Leticia Seitz are two of the women-pastors – grandmothers and moms – who were arrested near Capitol Hill protesting the failure of Congress to pass a comprehensive immigration reform bill. They are both staffers at Metropolitan Congregations United, an affiliate of the Chicago-based Gamaliel Foundation.