Friday, March 03, 2017

Kansas City Friday After Work Link Pool



Jordan Carver starts our journey toward the weekend with a quick peek at the most important Kansas City mainstream media links right now . . .

Another Kansas City Busted Path
8th Street Bridge in downtown KCMO will close down this month
Kansas City big Money Teachable Moment
$2.2B Sprint project plans to close the U.S. homework gap
Help Find This JoCo Lady
Police make another plea for help finding missing woman
Dead Tree Media Comeback???
The Star hires reporters focused on health care and data-driven journalism
Rock Chalk Slap Fight Again
'It's A Tall Order': Budget Challenges Loom For Kansas Legislature
Show-Me Missouri Fair Wage Opposition
Missouri Republican tries to block minimum wage hike because pay 'wasn't meant to be a living wage'
Time For Some Brewskies
The 17 Best Happy Hours in Kansas City
And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Browndouche is getting us on property taxes as predicted. Here in Gardner, my neighbors and I are seeing over a 20% increase from last year. That is utter bullshit.

Anonymous said...

Life's a beach when you're a nice piece of poon.

Anonymous said...

To bad 6:14, time you pay your fair share. Gardner is Olathe South, A shithole.

Anonymous said...

^^^ fastest growing city in Kansas so people want to live here for some reason dumbfuck. And it's not just us, everyone in the entire state is getting an increase. Though you're probably not since you live in Section 8 housing on taxpayers dime.

Anonymous said...

Wrong 10:09. Section 8 is why Gardner is growing. My dimes paid for my land well north of Gardner. You shit breath work for Wal-Mart warehouse.

Anonymous said...

^^^ I don't even understand what you're saying. Is English your second language or is your education and grammar just this bad? I'm going to assume "your land well north" is some Sec. 8 apartment on Quindaro.

Anonymous said...

Gardner is the worst of both worlds- not country enough to be country, not city enough to be civilized.

The Gardner School district is the worst I have ever worked in. They have a 'rubber room' where they literally lock the autistic kids in. If you work in the schools all you hear are these terrified blood curdling screams all day from their rubber room emanating into your classroom.

I wonder if word ever got out and they were sued.

Anonymous said...

^^^ every word of that is such a lie.

Anonymous said...

"$2.2B Sprint project plans to close the U.S. homework gap"

Sprint better be real careful trying to educate folks in KC. If they develop an ounce of smarts Sprint will never be able to find employees in this town