Thursday, April 17, 2014

Kansas City Thursday Link Pool & Vanessa

Vanessa Golub and her bikini celebration gets us ready to share these Kansas City mainstream media links . . .


Notice a lot of biz and development links while Kansas City is busy crying . . . Check it:

- More Tax Breaks For Luxury Kansas City Living Space Within The Loop: PIEA approves abatements for two downtown apartment projects

- Sweatshop Distributorship: Skechers Factory Outlet Store opening in Overland Park

- Smoke Tech Crackdown: The Missouri House and Senate pass bills that would prevent people younger than 18 from purchasing electronic cigarettes.

- Shark bait: Stanford's Ponzi case could mean millions for KC law firm

- Show-Me Democrat Statewide Winning: MO attorney general hauls in $539K for quarter, far exceeding Hanaway's total

- Building Up The Burbs: KC's newest luxury apartment complex is under construction

- Thievery In Our Favorite Enclave: Former Business Manager Sentenced for Embezzling from Brookside Physician Office

- Stirring Reax To New York Times Speculation: Kansas Republicans can't contain their glee over report that Sebelius will run for Senate

- Tonight's Kansas City Low Turnout Meeting: Residents invited to share ideas, hear presentations at Neighborhood Leaders Roundtable

- Help Find This Old And Busted Dude: Missing: 75-year-old Kansas man recently diagnosed with terminal illness

- Looking For The Next Kansas City Real Estate Bubble: Parties agree on support level for $30M West Bottoms apartment conversion

- Election Aftermath: Hickman Mills Reorganizes School Board

- Despite Eyewitness Reports And 1st Person Testimony . . . Notice Nobody Else Is Picking Up This Story: Police: No evidence of shooting on 71 Highway

- Show-Me Public Relations Workout: Senators mull jumping jack as state exercise

- More Po'Folk Across The State Line: Population continues to grow in Wyandotte County

- Withering But Not Dead Yet: Tulips On Troost Program Reflects Varying Ideas For Avenue's Revival

- Artsy Link Right Now: New Musical At KC Rep Examines A Family And Its Secrets

- Kansas City Sandwich List Keeps Growing

- Making Good In This Cowtown: Ukraine native lives the American dream in Kansas City

- Fertility celebration or some other superstition to shae with rugrats: Rounding up the eggs

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


P Bear said...

Can't have any news story tonight about a possible sniper shooting at 59th and Highway 71. No we don't want our Attorney General, Eric the racist Holder to be embarrassed by the POSSIBILITY the shooter is black.

I bet the KCPD has orders to shut the press out of this story until Holder is safely back at Al Sharpton's crib.

Nah, if a window got hit at 59th and 71 it isn't possible that it was shot. Probably a wrist rocket or maybe a giant knat. Not a hoodie with a gun. No way.

Anonymous said...

I disagree with that, I only agree with titayz.

Anonymous said...

Merriam-Webster definiton of "parody" - a bad or unfair example of something

Anonymous said...

4:04 I agree with both. LOL

Anonymous said...

Who needs StormFront when we have TKKKC?

Anonymous said...

4:07 is a panty wearing pussy. STFU bitch.

Anonymous said...

4:33 is a racist piece of shit. Go fuck your mama, cracker.

Anonymous said...

4:51 throw that racist bomb. 4:33 calls someone a pussy and you call him a racist.

It don't get better than this.

Clowns like you don't understand that using the word "racist" has lost meaning to the masses.

When it comes right down to it, most people don't care.

Anonymous said...

Nice family picture Bear

Anonymous said...

6:57 Polar Bears are brutal. Nothing nice about a polar bear, especially if your on his menu.

I have come to like the bear. I finally figured out his gig. When you read thru to the heart of most of his comments, he is either pulling someones chain or going after someone who is milking the system or walking the criminal line at the publics expense.

Just my opinion for what it's worth.

Anonymous said...

Bear rules! GRRRRRRR

Anonymous said...

That story on the PIEA approving and apartment is interesting, if only because Mr. Mayer was formerly a member of the PIEA board. See anything there? Nah, it's just business as usual.