Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Rainbow Bunny Wisely Avoids Meth Town

Newspaper can't come up with a catchy name for economic bias against po'folk white people known for stealing copper: Independence, North Kansas City, Liberty, Blue Springs, Parkville and Cass County are among those still hoping to be courted by Google.

12 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Tony, you know, Independence is the fourth largest city in Missouri and does have a relatively prosperous southeast side full of upper bracket homes, much of it located in the Blue Springs school district. It is not all po'folk.

Anonymous said...

I think Independence has done everything possible to protect Comcast.

Anonymous said...

We need to keep installing the futuristic Google Fiber on the telephone poles.

Time is of the essence.

Anonymous said...

So ignore Van Horn and old town, but let's give the Blue Springs School kids Google!

Anonymous said...

It's a known fact that the best strippers in town come out of Ft Osage HS! Do they have a class in pole in jr high?

Anonymous said...

Sounds like Google is afraid of Comcast.

Anonymous said...

More like Comcast owns Independence city government.

Anonymous said...

Fiber != copper

That's sort of the whole point of it.

Anonymous said...

Comcast is as impressive as herpes.

Anonymous said...

Comcast Sucks. Wanna play a game? Call comcast and ask then what the regular price of Internet service is. I got a steak dinner that says you can spend hours on the telephone without finding out and even if you do the price will change in 30 days.

Anonymous said...

No, 11:49 AM, I do want poor kids to have internet access and want to support their education....MY POINT WAS..Tony continually stereotypes Independence as nothing but a "white ghetto" when the southeastern and far eastern parts of this City (I'm a resident)are middle class and in some areas very affluent.

Anonymous said...

People west of Johnson County and the urban core of KC are both incredibly ignorant of the geography and population makeup of Eastern Jackson County. They think its all redneck rural folk, low-income or blue collar types (nothing against such people) but damn...there are neighborhoods here that could not only be found in the new parts of Olathe, but even Blue Valley.