Friday, November 18, 2016

The Kansas City Early Friday Link Look

Quick update to start the morning inspired by the lady who has to be my favorite Latina Internets hottie this year - Fernanda Ferrari - And her cheesy fashion sense which is easily ignored.

More importantly, here's more than a few links we're checking to start the day:

More Deets On Weed Vote Coming Soon
Campaign aims to decriminalize marijuana possession in KC
JoCo Digital Inconvenience Again
Here's the deal on Lyft returning to Kansas
Meth Town Tech Could Fight Crime
Independence police suggest buying home security cameras
Cowtown Consumer Outrage
In a surprise to victims and police, theft charges against KC tow operator dismissed
Show-Me Season Of Missouri Democracy
Dozens of initiative petitions already filed for Missouri's 2018 ballot
Rock Chalk Obamacare Trouble
Report questions health claims of Medicaid privatization in Kansas
Northeast Kansas City Improvement Report
Cliff Drive Connector Trail project now underway
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...

Memo To Millennials: That Awful Feeling You've Got Is Called Losing

Anonymous said...

Millenials don’t understand the concept of ‘losing’ because they’ve never had to experience it.

Anonymous said...

"Campaign aims to decriminalize marijuana possession in KC"

The dumb asses who are advocating this rinky dink city ordinance do grasp that if the Feds catch the pot heads with a gun they are going away for a long time and will never be able to own or posses a firearm or get a security clearance for the rest of their lives? Talk about a dumb ass, irresponsible, libtard initiative.....

Anonymous said...

"Independence police suggest buying home security cameras"

While your at it hire a security guard company to go along with your home alarm system and buy a gun and pretty soon we can just do away with police and save millions.

This is exactly how bureaucrats work people. Get a job and then spend all their time figuring out how to make it easy for them and harder to the people they are supposed to serve.

Anonymous said...

Shame on the Jackson County Prosecutor.