Monday, January 27, 2014

Jessica Parker Kennedy And Let's Get Back To The Kansas City Grind!!!

Jessica Parker Kennedy prances around in her panties in a recent photo set in her home and here are the Kansas City mainstream media links we're checking this morning . . .

- Local Freeze Out Starts Now: Brutal cold returns to Kansas City for extended stay

- Beat Down In The Stix: Belton officers assaulted

- Best Hit Kansas City Hit Of The Season Traded Among Teammates: Derrick Johnson Drills Recently Concussed Chiefs Teammate Jamaal Charles in Head

- Kansas City Advert Take-back: H&R Block ends dollar-bill ads

- More Tiger Questions: University of Missouri system president requests independent investigation into MU’s handling of Sasha Menu Courey case

- Raytown Canine Bravery Deets: Dog wakes family during fire, then perishes in flames

- No Need To Learn About Frostbite: Area school closings and delays

- Lesson In Assistance: Groundhog runners cast helpful shadows for KC school

- Local Profile: Strong work ethic buoys humble beginning in Kansas City, Kan.

- Local Artsy Review: BWW Reviews: Fighter Pilot to be GROUNDED Opens at the Unicorn Theatre in Kansas City

- Kansas City Movie Moment Tie-In: KC museum hails ties to real-life 'Monuments Men'

- One More Reminder That It's Cold: Weather Web Extra: KC Blows In The Wind And Winter Update


As always, this is just the first OPEN THREAD for the week with hopefully more coming up in just a bit . . .

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Winklevoss-Funded Bitcoin Startup CEO Arrested In Silk Road Investigation

The Department of Justice announced Monday that it’s arrested Charlie Shrem, CEO of the Bitcoin payment processor BitInstant and vice chairman of the Bitcoin Foundation, as well as Robert Faiella, an alleged underground Bitcoin exchanger, and accuses the two of selling more than $1 million worth of bitcoins to users of the Silk Road anonymous black market for drugs. Shrem was arrested at JFK airport in New York Sunday, and Faiella at his home in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Both have been charged with money laundering and operating an unlicensed money transmitting business, and BitInstant appears to be offline as of Monday morning.