Sunday, September 25, 2016

The Kansas City Sunday Link Look



Here's a local reminder that scantily clad hotties dominate the global retail landscape and hint at a new local place for Kansas City fattie broads to feel bad about their love for carbs and sugar . . .

Accordingly . . .

Here are some Kansas City links we're checking this morning . . .

Kansas City Diploma Teaching Moment
Government pulls plug on ITT Tech accreditor
Show-Me Tiger Football Glory Days
Missouri football handles Delaware State 79-0
Kansas City End Of Season Celebration
Five-run ninth leads Kansas City Royals to 7-4 comeback win over Detroit Tigers
New Hipster Foodie Hangout Coming Up
Goodbye Thomas, Hello Aep Thai Restaurant on West 39th Street
Good Times Under Tight Security
Flash mob surprises Plaza Art Fair guests to raise awareness for KC Pet Project
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

If there's so much excitement and so many new businesses opening in KC, why is every one of them in a location that was a "space of a former business"?
You mean after the ribbon-cutting a "project" has to actually be financially sustainable?
Has anyone shared this with Sly and the 12th and Oak Street subsidy gang?
Waiting to take a look at the downtown miracle renaissance in about five years.

Anonymous said...

mizzou plays a team that no one has ever heard of and spanks them and they celebrate as if they won the championship......sad, very sad! Have them play KU I bet that would be a game to watch!! lol give me a break

Bob said...

Shame on Delaware State for scheduling a game they knew would be a blowout. Of course that was all about the Benjamins, lots of them. The athletic department should share some of the school's guarantee money with their players who were stuck with this farce of a football game.

Anonymous said...

Mizzou couldn't beat Kansas. That is sad.

Anonymous said...

Mo. beats Ks. in declining enrollment.

Anonymous said...

We Mizzou grads are still smarter than all the rest of you. And we make up almost all of state government. So keep on paying your road taxes. I deserve higher pay than I'm getting.