Friday, August 04, 2017

THE TKC WEEKLY POWER RANKINGS!!!



A busy week for developers and denizens of the Kansas City discourse as local streets continue to endure record breaking violence whilst our political leadership seems more concerned with development.

Here's a quick look for who came out on top . . .

18th & Vine Demands $20 Million


Local newsies didn't read the fine print and don't know that this ongoing jazz tribute will need MILLIONS MORE according to their plan that has endured quite a bit longer than the jazz age.

Coach's Plans A Comeback


Our blog community wishes this beleaguered biz the best . . . Top quote for this week as this beloved place move forward without flood insurance: "The business has real and definable "Blue Sky". It prints money by way of loyal customers, who are like a family and come for the good food, cold beer and bonhomie."

Tracy Rages Against Democracy


Tracy discourages local voters this Tuesday . . . Check her take that tears down a great many myths about the power of the polls.

Toy Train Part Deux Triumph


Gerrymandering and voter suppression power this "win" among a smallish and carefully targeted group of streetcar supporters.

The Good Life Rules Downtown Kansas City


The topped out today and brag about bringing all of the rich people back to Downtown. Only time will tell is their scheme works.

And so . . .


This list has been compiled according to scientific TKC polling and market research data and it's a weekly comprehensive guide to local powerful people.

13 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Actually, it was a really good week for Kansas City.

The flood cleanup went well and we can do it all again on Monday thanks to more rain for the weekend.

Anonymous said...

hope the new urban kansas city works.

but doesn't it seem a little bubbly?

Anonymous said...

STFU Tracy

Anonymous said...

7:49 FU Tracy kicks your tiny brains ass. I hope your little head is bigger then your big head! You have nothing. Keep it up Tracy!

Joe J said...

Thanks for your insight, Tracy.

I am glad to have contributed a term for Jeff and Steve.
They have been especially deceptive in recent elections. Fortunately, they don't always win.

I will donate all Mop & Glow to City Union Mission.

JoCoPost said...

Hooray for Joe J!!! Brilliant and funny.
Keep posting--you are seeing the truth.

Anonymous said...

18th & Vine. More money wasted.

Anonymous said...

And THIS is how Kansas City was destroyed. There are a few people standing against the looting of our city but most are just walking around with their hand out.

Anonymous said...

Tracy, you a such a beautiful, sexy woman!

Bubba Jones said...

This week proves one thing about KC: We're up for sale to the highest bidder.

Anonymous said...

You mean sLIE and gang are up for sale, they move out after their terms because they don't want to pay the high taxes and don't want to live in the disgusting and crime ridden city they created. 18th and vine has always been a joke, the cleave created this disaster when he was mayor and continues to push to waste tax dollars that should go to schools and infrastructure, he just can't admit that his plan didnt work but in typical boon fashion it's not his money so he don't care. just because a couple decent jazz musicians hung out there for a short time he acts like it was born here, it's time to let it go

Anonymous said...

Wow gee whiz I thought that the Jazz musicians were there for years and years for the way they go on and on about this Jazz District, I also believe that scat music was created there if I'm not mistaken. Yes the original Scatman used to be down there doing their thing on the street corners really the beginning of rap, to see who can scat doopity Doo better than the other. I don't know I'm all confused now I plays is a trip man

Anonymous said...

A city ordnance outlawing gay bars everywhere except the 18th and Vine area would save it biggly.