Sunday, June 08, 2014

Kansas City Crossroads Dance Clip



A bit of Kansas City Sunday artsy . . . Take a look at a quick look back @ First Friday with a bunch of dancing white women power by the sounds of my 2nd favorite old school Prince song.

Check it:



It's from a local gallery and they're calling it "Inner Outer Limits" which is a fancy way of describing a bunch of white women merrily and quite attractively dancing around . . .

More in a bit . . .

18 Comments:

Chance Bearnaise, Startup Village entrepreneur said...

Some nice bouncy milk cannons on those gals.

Anonymous said...

Good eye!

Anonymous said...

Let's see picture of the "awesome" leawood bbq's we keep hearing about.

Oh, that's right, everybody worth photographing from Leawood was downtown that night.

Anonymous said...

Looks like the kidults are enjoying their parental financed playcations here in CK. Toward the end where they are dancing are they trying to appear as if they are cool and creative individialists? If so it's not working.

Anonymous said...

Wow the young conformists were out in force at this one it looks like.

Anonymous said...

So this is the pinnacle of high achievement here in CK?

Anonymous said...

Those chicks must be really desperate for attention.

Anonymous said...

Which third world country is this? May have to visit there.

Anonymous said...

Oh, the poor little suburban Dads got their feelings bruised because they chose boring lives...poor babies.

Anonymous said...

It this one of Sly's summer activity's for youth babysitting containment areas?

Anonymous said...

Quite a contrast from the stiff, uptight gallery people walking around with bored looks on their face and the Calebs, Morgans, Meghans and Daphnes out in the street doing their “LOOOOOOOK AT MEEEEEEEE” routine after the parents recharged their credit card accounts for a summer of funployment. Surprised to not see any faux lumberjacks with fruity pebbles stuck in their beards in the crowd though.

Funny stuff.

Anonymous said...

Good to see someone is providing the youngsters with some structure and predictability in their lives.

Anonymous said...

LOL good one 11:05

Anonymous said...

Future hipster breeders.

Anonymous said...

God damn, you suburbanites white men cry a lot!

Anonymous said...

Overheard at Rebel Anarchist Gallery:

Junior Female Hipster: Ooh look at this one! Saucer City, it's like a bunch of UFOs on a planet or something.

Senior Male Hipster: I think the artist is making a statement concerning the inevitability of mankind's expansion throughout the galaxy all the while suffering from a sense of existential separation from his true sense of being.

Junior Female Hipster: Wow! You're really smart. I thought it was just a scene from a comic book. You want to go outside and dance?

Senior Male Hipster: Sure! And later on we can talk about Uranus.

P Bear said...

8:59......LMFAO.... FTW !

Anonymous said...

Looked like quite a collection of d-bags.