Tuesday, September 02, 2014

September Carrino And Let's Get Back To The Tuesday Kansas City Grind!!!



September Carrino starts our return to the Kansas City work week . . . Here are the local links that inform our morning . . .

- Local High End Labor Shortage: KC area manufacturers see skilled worker shortage

- Cowtown Tradition: American Royal Events Start This Week

- Kansas City Tragedy: Police: Accidental, self-inflicted gunshot kills 18-year-old

- Smallish Celebration: Crowd lines street for KC Labor Day parade

- KICK-ASS TKC READERS Strange Strobe Lightning On The Way To Kansas City

- Suburban Concert Deets: Saturday's Fifth Annual Prairie Village Jazz Festival

- Dead Tree Media Writer Dave Helling Tries And Fails To Make Politics Interesting



- Crunch Time: Kansas City Royals keep slimmest division lead with 4-3 victory

- Kansas City Baseball Legacy: Celebrating the Monarchs' first Word Series

- Downtown Display: Kansas City Friday 3D Union Station Extravaganza

- Eastern Jack Calender: A roundup of happenings in and around Jackson and Cass counties.

- Fans For A Good Cause: Social media helps Royals fan with cancer



Consider this the OPEN THREAD for the morning . . .



AND WE'RE BACK!!!

More in a bit . . .

15 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Green lightning?
Don't you know one isn't suppose to drive while stoned.

Anonymous said...

KC area manufacturers see skilled worker shortage.
So in short are they saying niggers to stupid to get a job that pays well? Why don't we demand maybe drug testing and high school education before being able to get welfare. As well if some asshole can type and read a computer monitor he can hold a job down. Yes you Byron get a job asswype.

Anonymous said...

I didn't see the blonde Wilson listed as appearing in Snob Village Jazz dump. Ha, maybe she isn't so good after all. They must have agreed with the TKC tipsters.

Anonymous said...

Note to job applicants: Don't wear your flat-brim rapist hat to the interview. Also, your employment prospects increase substantially if you put the tat on your dick instead of your forehead. I am a human relations professional. This is advice that usually costs money.

Abcnkc said...

Thanks, I enjoyed the strobe Utube. It was even more fun watching it several times.

It was kind of cool that the lights stayed the same size when reflected off the side of the white van in the first several seconds; as they did when they passed between the trees on the side of the highway and the car's window, and as they did on the horizon.

Them spook lights must have been tiny and very bright.

Anonymous said...

I can't believe that there is a skilled worker shortage! I would think Southwest High School, the crown jewel of the KCSD, and the other great schools in the district are graduating so many qualified young people out that we would have a skilled labor surplus.

Anonymous said...

Why don't the hackers who accessed, and posted, nude celebrity photos, have the same freedom of speech that Tony professes?

What next?

Anonymous said...

SEPTEMBER brings a bountiful harvest of melons!!

Bada BOOM!!

Thanks farmers! That one's for you.
I'll be in the melon patch through Wednesday...and tip your waitress.

Anonymous said...

If u in da melon patch afta dark, i shoot yo cracka ass. Now calls yoself a bambalance!

Anonymous said...

Welcome to the bottom of the food chain KCPT viewers.

Anonymous said...

RE: "Now calls yoself a bambalance!"


Ok....I'm a bambalance!!!

Anonymous said...

Time has not been gentle on ms carrino.

Anonymous said...

You have that right 1134.

More like bottom of the bird cage.

Anonymous said...

How bout some real women, and not these plastic surgeon bimbos. I love seeing women with ordinary looking delicious breasts that don't look like they'd suffocate you.

These people look like bodybuiders and I suppose some people like that, but ya know...

Anonymous said...

Check out Kansas City Curvy Lady Celebration!!!

That is a real woman!