Thursday, June 26, 2014

Kansas City: A City On The Rise?!?!



Tonight, let's take a look at a City Hall documentary with grandiose vision of Kansas City that's nicely produced but doesn't really offer much hope of a change from the status quo.

Youtube: "This video is about the work and overall vision of the General Services Department of the City of Kansas City, Missouri."



Hopefully, we'll have more BREAKING/EXCLUSIVE NEWS, discussion, debate discourse and all kinds of good stuff for the morning update . . . STAY TUNED!!!

10 Comments:

Anonymous said...

My cock would be on the rise if I was a fuckhead politician stealing money down at City Hall, too.

Well said said...

lol.

Anonymous said...

Change is good. That deparment's trying!

Anonymous said...

Kansas City is a city that is circling the drain. This place is failing on so many levels, it's not even funny.

Anonymous said...

So when will Sly start pushing for a taxpayer-funded downtown hotel and collecting money for committees working to land the next Super Bowl game, World's Fair, and Olympics?
All hot air; all the time!

Anonymous said...

You have a crappy product so instead of improving it you advertise more. Just like so many failed businesses.

Anonymous said...

On the rise on the country's most dangerous cities list maybe. Besides the Ward Pkwy/Sunset Hill area, KCMO is a dump and it's only getting worse. Those who say otherwise are wearing blinders.

Anonymous said...

The tonys Johnson county sub-rube-an trolls are up and out this am.

Enjoy being left behind To wallow in the dream of the late 80s that is Poverland Oark. You guys are pitiful, and the real world laughs at you

Anonymous said...

Look like some really good opportunitiess for fcition and creative writers and laid-off PR flacks.
And there's certainly plenty of KCMO city government crap to peddle and try to make people believe it's perfume.

Anonymous said...

12:23, you laugh at our neighborhood and we'll laugh at your inability to draft a grammatically correct sentence.
And as for being left behind, it's ironic that OP is consistently named as one of the best cities in the nation for raising a family, as are some of the suburbs in MO.
You can live in a midtown dump, grow your chin fuzz, strap on your man purse and skateboard to the nearest coffee house to update your Facebook status every day, just don't think it makes you culturally or intellectually superior.