Saturday, August 23, 2014

Money Shot: Kansas City Impressed With Size And Girth Of Local LGBT Biz Community

Read this missive regarding the economic arousal of Kansas City's diverse community and the spending power of an LGBT association not at all bearish about the fists full of cash they can sprinkle all over the metro: Mid-America Gay & Lesbian Chamber: A growing force for change - Kansas City Business Journal

14 Comments:

Anonymous said...

I bet the floor of the Uptown was really sticky after that crowd came to visit.

The Health Department should close joints down that have Faggots on staff or even as customers.

Anonymous said...

I think the Gay Chamber is a good way to break the LGBT vote away from the Demorat party. I do not agree with their lifestyle but once they start voting right that might change too.

Anonymous said...

It is not a "lifestyle" it is a filthy perversion.

Anonymous said...

That Dan Nilsen guy is playing pocket pool in the picture even.

Anonymous said...

When it comes down to it Faggots are just geeks who could not pull it together enough to date anyone so they started playing with each other. GROW UP.

Wookie said...

We are starting a Beatiality Chanber Tony. Will appreciate you giving us space in your blog too. Thanks so much for your unbiased community interest.

Byron Funkhouser said...

I wish someone would force something up my ass!!!

Anonymous said...

OK Tony...

Anonymous said...

LGBT about 3.80% of the U.S. population. Being breeding isn't possible and there are other risk factors those numbers will likely decline in the future.

Anonymous said...

QUARS!!!!

Anonymous said...

It's damn hard to talk serious business with a guy when all you can do is visualize a dick in his mouth last night.

Anonymous said...

that is little Jim Giles on Dan Nilsen's left...has he ever run a fag bizness or is he just there to make Sly look good?

Anonymous said...

KC Business Journals Brianne Pfannenstiel

Dear Brianne,

When you wrote----"Here’s the thing about being gay: You don’t have to come out just once. Every time you meet someone new, you have to decide whether to come out again.

And here’s the thing about being a gay business owner: Every time you come out to a new potential business partner, you have to worry whether that disclosure will cost you the contract at stake."------you sound like you've adopted the "LGBT's are victims" propaganda.

When an LGBT person/business owner first meets someone new, they are under NO imperative, requirement, or need to disclose their sexuality to the new acquaintance. Just like heterosexual people/business owners, to initially disclose one's sexual orientation upon meeting would be a very awkward, unnecessary and off-setting mistake.

Ms. Pfannenstiel, if you suffered from a chronic case of excessive flatulence, would you make disclosing that fact a priority whenever meeting new people? "Hi, I'm Brianne, and I'm a chronic farter." Sounds like you're playing the "victim" card and eliciting sympathy doesn't it?

Anonymous said...

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