Saturday, February 18, 2017

The Kansas City Saturday Night Link Spanking



We've got a lot lined up for tonight but still wanted to check in with a glimpse at Kansas City mainstream media news tonight. Take a peek:

Small Crowd For Important Topic
First public meeting held on KC budget
Tragic Kansas City Crash Tonight
Crash kills two people Saturday night on Ward Parkway
Show-Me More Fracking Fear
Earthquake Awareness Month Is In Full Swing
Skipping College In The Sunflower State
Kansas Higher Education-Enrollment Drop
Local Suspect Report
William McHudson sought in connection to KC shooting
Home Team Skepticism Persists . . .
Kansas City Royals: Will Bubba Starling Ever Make it to Majors
And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

9 Comments:

Al P. Gorestien said...

We need to hurry up and frack up all the natural gas so we can keep our solar panels running, get the federal tax credits and fight cold ass legacy climate stagnation.

Anonymous said...

Welcome to the Mess

Anonymous said...

The Mess formerly known as Kansas City

Anonymous said...

Byron D. Funkhouser, a German liberal, democrat, proven liar who loves the Nazi word along with, redneck, idiot, moron, racist, bigot, extremist, right winger...need I say more?

Anonymous said...

You forgot thief and sheep shagger

Anonymous said...

Byron gets aid a penny a word

Anonymous said...

You think enrollment might be down because of tuition? You've finally found your price point, congratulations. As for Bubba Starling, I have an extremely knowledgeable baseball friend who is a high school and college umpire that lives in NW Arkansas. He has season tickets to the Naturals and says Bubba has no business being in AA, he needs to be in single A still. Simply cannot hit.

Anonymous said...

Hey, they arrest a McNigger!

Anonymous said...

Outrageous tuition increases year after year. And now going to college in Kansas means going to college with gun-toting crackers during their most emotionally unstable years. Who in the fuck would want their kid going to college in a place like Kansas? How stupid does the state government think everybody is?