Friday, June 09, 2017

Kansas City (Mostly) In Missouri



A nicer explanation clip that's worth passing around and forwarding to all the Summer visitors.

21 Comments:

Hyperblogal said...

65,000 people per day wonder that.

Anonymous said...

It gets weird in the other direction too. The biggest city in Colorado is named after (ready for this?) a governor of Kansas. Not only that, but Denver (the city, as well as the guy) originally WAS in Kansas. So Kansas missed the boat, not only by failing to annex KCMO, but by letting a bunch of pushy easterners put a new state around Denver.

What happens when you're trying to be a state and all your major civilization are belong to someone else?

You end up being Kansas. Moo.

Anonymous said...

Why is Columbia in Missouri?

Anonymous said...

Because they have Claire. She should be in Columbia. The country I mean.

Anonymous said...

...and what in the hell is a Nob Noster?

Anonymous said...

^^ this one place not too far away where you will get your ass kicked.don't go there.

MDLQ said...

Yee Haww goin' to Nob..................

Anonymous said...

I thought Bryan Busby lives in Independence?

Anonymous said...

^^ I know he lived in grain valley / oak Grove area for a long time.

Anonymous said...

Do they have a lot of gay bars out there?

Anonymous said...

No,not a one that I know of.
Not a one. Lol

Anonymous said...

Yes. It's a major city, so of course they do.

Anonymous said...

A very small town where Whiteman airforce base calls home to America's Stealth B-2 bombers.

Anonymous said...

Brian lives in a black gated community within Blue Springs Mo.

Anonymous said...

It's a college town mostly, home of the Missouri Tigers. Good town, friendly people too.

Anonymous said...

Though doth protest too much... ��

Anonymous said...

Well the country is spelled Colombia not Columbia...

Coach T said...

Spelling was never a strength!

Anonymous said...

What in the fuck doth you be talking abou'tith ??

Anonymous said...

Was that supposed to be a dig at Claire? Because that's really clunky. I'm cringing for you.

Anonymous said...

Don't forget North Kansas City and Kansas City North! Because as awesome as Kansas City is, the folks in charge of naming the surrounding areas had no imagination. Well, except for the folks in Peculiar, who at least had a sense of humor.