Kansas Education Commissioner Randy Watson related how he told his cousins from California how they should worry more about Indians "raiding the town" than Kansas tornadoes at a virtual education conference this month.
"I have cousins from California. They were petrified of tornados," Watson said in a video made public under the state open records law.
"They'd come visit us, you know, in the summer. They're like, 'Are we going to get killed by a tornado?' I'd say, 'Don't worry about that, but you've got to worry about the Indians raiding the town at any . . .