Thursday, December 12, 2013

Sporting KC's Jimmy Nielsen @ The Library



Sporting KC's Jimmy Nielsen offered a bit of public service while promoting his book during a recent visit to the Kansas City Public Library.

It's a nice clip that teaches us reading can help achieve our goals in addition to hundreds of millions in taxpayer subsidy and nearly superhuman longevity and athletic talent.

Don't be cynical . . . Actually, it's great to see a Kansas City celebrity stopping by the Library which I assumed was just for hobos who need a place to BM, take standing showers or stay alive during the colder months.

Take a look: 



"Sporting Kansas City Goalkeeper and Team Captain Jimmy Nielson spoke about reading and the importance of libraries during the launch of his new memoir 'Welcome to the Blue Heaven: Don't bet against the Goalkeeper' published by Ascend Books. The launch was at the Plaza Branch of the Kansas City Public Library on June 20, 2013."

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3 Comments:

tv guide said...

Tonys KC-"sports"
(cc) (Hoyle) Tonys helps Sporting KC's goalkeeper keep up the vig to his Swedish bookie; the great sandwhich debate continues.

Anonymous said...

Jimmy Neilson - Class act. Other kc athletes should take a lesson.

Anonymous said...

Jimmy is one of the brightest, funniest athletes we've had in this town in a while. The spot he did on church of lazlo was priceless.