Thursday, June 22, 2017

The Kansas City Thursday First Look

At the beginning of this #TBT we remember the very first time we began our fanboy devotion to hottie Lucy and continue the tradition right now in addition to gathering these local links to start the day . . .

Weekend Planning Already Underway

Five Things to Do This Weekend

Generally, it's a good idea to be suspicious of anything that adds an extra "e" to the word "fair." That pseudo-Olde Englishness just reeks of pretension. Make an exception, however, for the Kansas City Maker Faire at Union Station.

Show-Me Missouri Political Consequences

In northeast Missouri, Trump, economy help end Democrats' dominance

BOWLING GREEN, Mo. - For decades, as other parts of rural Missouri turned red, voters in northeast Missouri sent Democrats to Jefferson City and backed Democratic statewide candidates. That changed starting in 2010, though Republicans and Democrats said the most marked shift was in November 2016, as then-candidate Donald Trump touched a nerve with residents who'd seen jobs leave and economic fortunes sour.

Fear Cruel Kansas City Crooks

Thieves leave Kansas City family without vital means of transportation after taking van

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Two, bold thieves stole a Kansas City family's van using a tow truck, and it happened right under the couple's noses near 34th and Indiana. The furious mom says she and her children can no longer travel together, and her newborn is now missing some important items. "There's just so many things that they've taken from just this van.

Celebrate Better Voting Tech

Kansas City election worker checks out new voting equipment

An election worker received a demonstration of how to use a new voting machine in Kansas City.

Westside Fire Aftermath

Kansas City furniture outlet building destroyed by fire will be torn down in short order

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City has placed the former home of Friday's Only Furniture Outlet on its list of dangerous buildings. The owner of the building that was engulfed in flames Tuesday says he plans to tear it down, perhaps as early as Thursday.

Big Bucks For Losing Team

KU working toward $300M renovation of Memorial Stadium

Project renderings set for public reveal this September Memorial Stadium, which houses the Kansas football team, is progressing toward a renovation that could approach the $300 million range, KU athletic director Sheahon Zenger, pictured, announced Wednesday night during an alumni dinner in Kansas City. (File photograph/The Associated Press) Memorial Stadium is in store for a facelift.

Metro Tech Buzz Report

Raytown Couple Dreams Of Urban Homestead, Starts With Bees

Name: Messner Family Farm, Rachael and Erik Messner Makes: Honey-related products, such as lip balm, and sells raw honey Location: Raytown, Missouri (previously Kansas City, Missouri) Background: Erik is a structural engineer; Rachael majored in photography at the Kansas City Art Institute Number of years as a maker: first beehive

The song of the day for #TBT is Sly and the Family Stone Hot Fun In The Summertime - 1969 and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Kinky Friedman said...

Beauty is in the eye of the beer holder.

Anonymous said...

Lucy is one of the best. A shame she didn't have any acting skills like Kelly Brooks. However, her U.S. tour convinced her to stay on this side of the pond which is a win for Americans everywhere.

Anonymous said...

Who steals a van? What a useless vehicle. I mean, I have one, but its ugly, slow, not "cool".

Anonymous said...

Lucy has a hot little pussy

Anonymous said...

^^^Spoken like the disgusting pedophile you really are.

Anonymous said...

Nice to see that Kansas, which can't afford to adequately fund public schools or maintain roads, has $300m for the Jayhawk football team (silly me, I didn't even realize they still have a football team!). Great priorities in the land of Brownback.

Anonymous said...

I would cum where ever she wants

Anonymous said...

She is over 18