Monday, July 11, 2016

CELEBRATE!!! AMAZON JUNK WILL ARRIVE FASTER THANKS TO NEW KANSAS CITY, KANSAS FULFILLMENT CENTER!!!

Today we celebrate another Kansas City metro tech win for all the people ordering stuff they really don't need and pretty much destroying the brick & mortar biz model. Check this bit of tech winning:Amazon announces plans for new fulfillment center in KCK

13 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Walmart better get the lead out of its ass and compete online. I sure hope this helps finish of Sears/Kmart. Their stores look like ghetto shit.

Anonymous said...

Good luck finding people worth a crap to fill those positions.

Anonymous said...

More corporate welfare from Kansas, the corporate welfare queen state. And they closed a fulfillment center not 2 years ago, also funded by taxpayer giveaways. To build a butler building in a cornfield. Johnson Clownty is a Ponzi scheme.

Anonymous said...

Well, at least they aren't selling newspapers.

Anonymous said...

Like Rex Sinquefield says, it's a free market economy, let it succeed or fail on its own.

Anonymous said...

might this be part of a plan to go into groceries?

Super Dave said...

9:0,3 I think you're very correct with that line of thinking.

Anonymous said...

Aren't they also getting into their own air shipping service? Land an Amazon cargo hub at KCI and you've paid for your new terminal, Sly.

Anonymous said...

Thank god I wont have to keep popping Viagra waiting for my Chinese silicon sex toys to arrive.

Anonymous said...

I like my Amazon junk. Quite useful and no taxes, free shipping and no haggle returns. Life is good. Haven't seen the inside of a shopping mall in a very long time.

Anonymous said...

There no such thing as a "free market" economy. Never has been in the history of human existence. It's a myth designed for keeping the rubes calm while the rich loot them.

Anonymous said...

I buy everything from Amazon.com and never set foot in local stores. Why deal with traffic, parking lot dents, gun-toting hillbilly customers, surly store clerks who don't know nuthin and the rest of it? Two clicks and it's on my doorstep in two days, and for less money. We live in one of the nation's major transport hubs ... just look at the map. Only thing I buy around here is food. I don't even buy bars of soap or shaving cream around here. Too damn many stores selling overpriced crap, and you have to drive at least 10 minutes to go to any of them. Doing what I can to clean up our blighted landscape.

Anonymous said...

Say bye to the no sales tax part. Every time the add a physical site in a state that charges sales tax, they have to charge, collect and remit sales tax to that state. Bummer.