Thursday, March 23, 2017

DEVELOPER BUTCH RIGBY HAS BIG PLANS FOR KANSAS CITY STAR BUILDING WHILST NEWSIES ARE TOLD TO START PACKING!!!



The local biz newspaper makes their reporting just a bit more interesting by way of newsie gossip ON A STORY THAT OUR KICK-ASS BLOG COMMUNITY BROKE FIRST!!!

The entertaining Biz Journal spin includes a nod to Walt Disney Fanboy Butch Rigby who doesn't have the cash for this kind of move but did mange to play sing-along and patty cake with columnist Mary Sanchez during his seemingly endless bachelor days.

But I digress, here's the "news" story:

KC Biz Journal: Potential buyer wants to convert KC Star building into mixed uses

A nice tidbit that's almost news . . .

"Employees have been informed that they may be moving to the printing building in about a year."

And while the last remaining newspaper people attempt to bore us all to death with stories of their glory days . . . Facebook is continues to monetize other people's video and starts it's push into China.

Developing . . .

17 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Meet the Butch new boss?

Anonymous said...

DEVELOPER BUTCH RIGBY HAS BIG PLANS FOR KANSAS CITY STAR BUILDING

He said he's not buying it.

Read much?

Greedo said...

I guess you didn't read much either, this TKC line made me chortle all over my laptop because I haven't taken the paper in years.

Walt Disney Fanboy Butch Rigby who doesn't have the cash for this kind of move...

Sad to see Jimmy C reduced to reporting memos.

Anonymous said...

I suppose he will seek more Kansas City tax payer subsidies, and tax deference. Bottom Line is that Kansas City residents will get screwed again by another "held harmless" developer.

Anonymous said...

Maybe someone can build a big raft and they move 17 or so blocks north and float on down the river.
Does anyone really think it would matter if they failed besides old people?
Donold people drive advertising?
FaceBook is the media of young people..print media... almost gone.
Bright minds with great energy are on FaceBook and twitter...

Anonymous said...

Mixed use, huh? Definitely going to have to work around the twin 50 ton printing presses the entire building was constructed around, cuz they ain't gonna fit out the front door.

Anonymous said...

Can't read either Greedo?

DEVELOPER BUTCH RIGBY HAS BIG PLANS FOR KANSAS CITY STAR BUILDING

DEVELOPER BUTCH RIGBY HAS BIG PLANS FOR KANSAS CITY STAR BUILDING

DEVELOPER BUTCH RIGBY HAS BIG PLANS FOR KANSAS CITY STAR BUILDING

See?

But he doesn't.

So the headline is a big lie.

Is there ANY part of why thats is false that needs explanation?

Because we'll be here.

Anonymous said...

Yeah that's how I read it.

DEVELOPER BUTCH RIGBY HAS BIG PLANS FOR KANSAS CITY STAR BUILDING

Oh, with the teensiest exception of HE ACTUALLY DOESN'T.

Retro ROCKER said...

He will line up investors

Anonymous said...

sad about the newspaper building, even for a non-employee who merely visited.


Anonymous said...

Star goes to 4 days Jan, 1st, 2018

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful location for the new KCI!!! the possibilities are simply endless.

Anonymous said...

By the time the Star employees have to move out of the building in about a year it will take not much more than one good size cardboard box to carry all their stuff.
For both of the two of them.
Who will have the honor of turning out the lights?

Anonymous said...

Fuck the star. They deserve to die.

Laugh at their funeral.

they are 100 million in debt.

Those smug fucks can correct grammer on the internet like all the other educated fools.

fuck them.

Fuck them dead.

Good bye KC star.

Go fuck yourself.

Anonymous said...

Butch Rigby was the focus of the business journal article.

As for the Star, hope they find a buyer for their building but that still doesn't solve their problems.

Anonymous said...

BUTCH and SANCHEZ???

Wasn't that some kind of outlaw duo?

I think their bodies were discovered in a hole in the wall.

Anonymous said...

The area needs a Asian Nails, Pay Day Loans Right Away!, liquor store and tattoo parlor set of stores.