Monday, August 11, 2014

DON'T DARE BELIEVE KANSAS CITY 'CREATIVE CLASS' HYPE!!!

Daily Herald drinking the City Hall kool-aid despite a great deal of high crime and busted budget fact-checking . . . Also, I've never once heard this line outside of a conversation that didn't involve somebody pitching or selling something: Kansas City emerges as a creative crossroads

24 Comments:

Anonymous said...

The Creative Class taught us they can cradle Sly's balls, stroke the shaft and swallow the gravy.

Anonymous said...

Yeah! fuck all those residents and that economy shit! That's for fags! Real mean live in cul de sacs and know that transit is for gay pussy homos! Real men don't give a shit if young fag art gays fuck each other with their huge beautiful cocks in their supple and muscular asses! That shit is for gay homo faggots in faggy faggy Portland where they probably do things liel lovingly stroke each other's spit glistened cocks while running their tongues along their hairless and ripples bellies, kneading each other's powerful shoulders gliding against one another in the sweaty and torrid nights of lust and passion.

Fucking hipster fag renter gay homos gay fag!

Fuck all that shit, bro! Amirite? Boondoggle.

Anonymous said...

"The Daily Herald"?
Hahahahahaha.

Polar Bear said...

Kale sniffers, creative ? Nah those two don't go together.

Nutsack and hipster mouth

Cock and face slap

Ass and tongue

Cum and lips

Now those are comparisons of the local creative class that are easily understood.

Gay, Gay, Gay !

Anonymous said...

A suburban Chicago "Thrifty Nickel" paper calls KC a creative crossroads? Wow. So Cool. That means it must be true. I feel so blessed. And Creative!

Now I must go to the Nelson and masturbate on that Benton painting.

jB said...

7:44 take Tony with you. He is big on masturbation. If you have room for Alonzo you can have some T&A.

Yak Yak Yak

Anonymous said...

Kansas City is awash with artists. Everybody knows that, right?

When was the last time you heard of any meaningful or significant Kansas City art? Or any other actual Kansas City creativity?

Answer: It's been a while. This Thomas Hart Benton ... which hood does he hang out in? Oh man, you mean he's DAID?

Anonymous said...

6:16: Mensa boy on crack?

Anonymous said...

6:46 just might be some of Hardcharger's better work. Seems he's finding his muse again.

Anonymous said...

Tony you would never know a damn thing about creativity.

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No Breeders Please

Anonymous said...

Aw Common Sanders what they fuck do you close down the beach for Dyke Play?

Anonymous said...

Closing a park beach for Lezbos is fucking ridiculous.

Anonymous said...

Whole lotta repressed sex urges happening here today. Some of you guys need to go choke the chicken or whatever before you post comments.

Anonymous said...

The lesbians aren't exactly the hipsters we were talking about but nice try anyway.

elBryan said...

7:54; that's not entirely fair. Name an artist from Chicago or New York.

Unless you're part of the culture, you night not be aware of the talent that we have here, but there is a lot. Some of the best move to NY, but people like Stretch, Peregrine Honig, and Scribe are all fairly significant KC artists.

The larger point, though, is that art is important to our culture, the creative class is nothing more than motivated young college graduates who haven't had life and taxes smack them in the face yet. It sounds good on paper, but it doesn't live up to it's promises.

That doesn't mean there aren't ideas worth investing in, but it absolutely means that we can't bank the entire future of our region on attracting this culture to KC, because we'll end up with massive debt and people following trends regulating agriculture in Missouri out of business.

Anonymous said...

Ah, the agony of defeat, so hilarious

Anonymous said...

Hahaha! We set ck back another decade. lulzers! Hurry, somebody make a up some half-baked "transit" idea and pretend we got a plan, before the lemmings like stadler catch on. hahahha.

Fucking suite, broski!

This'll be even funnier in 10 yars when our peer cities are Omaha, Tulsa, Memphis and Sioux City, and even places like India-no-place and Cincinnati have passed us by!

Next stop: KC = Flint


hahahahahhahahahhah. killler, bro.

Anonymous said...

Polar Bear can say what he pleases. I would still blow him til his head caved in.

Anonymous said...

4:54: Fact check, you lazy twit:

Indianapolis is ranked the 13th largest city in the US with a population of 843,000. (KCMO is #37 with a population of 466,000 of which more than 100,000 live in your northland neighborhoods.)

If you hurry, you can probably make it to Sioux City before they catch up with KC. Winter is lovely there, and they're bound to want a streetcar.

Anonymous said...

6:35, you are right. The other thing the twit fails to realize is that Indy's downtown is nicer than KC could ever hope for.

Anonymous said...

Well the Star is back at it again, working for City Hall, with another article about the need for a streetcar and a poll on where it should go. I think up the editorial board's ass would be a good place. Never see it again.

Anonymous said...

10:17: +100!

Byron Funkhouser said...

5:12, you actually suck him off, blowing him is just an expression. I hope that helps!