Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Kansas City Afternoon Link Serving



Right now we must pay homage to THE REAL NICOLE and her social media winning over all the other Instagram booty models . . . Which starts the back-end of the work day and all these Kansas City links worth a peek right now.

Checkit:

Kansas City Ford Tough Times

Ford Transit recall brings one-week layoff at Kansas City Assembly Plant - Kansas City Business Journal

Workers on the Transit van production line at Ford Motor Co.'s Kansas City Assembly Plant in Claycomo will be laid of all next week to address a problem related to a recall. The recall is related to a drive shaft flexible coupling in Transits with medium, long and extended wheelbases.


Kansas City Software Scam

Chinese citizen pleads guilty in $100 million Microsoft software piracy case with KC link

A Chinese businessman has pleaded guilty to taking part in a multi-million dollar international software piracy conspiracy. Wen Tao Liu, also known as Orland Liu, 37, pleaded guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Kansas City, to conspiracy and trafficking in counterfeit labels.


Another Airport Lament

KCI car lot where body found should've been checked nightly

A private firm operating the parking lots for Kansas City International Airport says the lot where the remains of a man sat undiscovered for eight months was supposed to be checked every night.


Golden Ghetto Traffic Trouble

New city center hub in Lexena poses new traffic problems

LENEXA, Kan. -- In the past month, a new development in Lenexa has quickly become the heart of the Johnson County city. The Lenexa City Center near 87th and Renner is the home of city hall, city council meetings, the Lenexa Public Market and a brand new recreation center, among other things.


Show-Me 1st Amendment Protections

Know your protest rights: 'It can be raucous, it can be loud, it can be angry'

This past week, hundreds of people took to the streets to express outrage at a judge's decision to find former St. Louis police officer Jason Stockley not guilty of first-degree murder in the 2011 death of Anthony Lamar Smith. The protests largely have been peaceful. But police have made numerous arrests since the demonstrations began.


East Side Anti-Violence Effort

Pat Clarke hopes his Hoops at Night program can make a difference in violence-prone Oak Park

Running the green-painted asphalt, Mick Spearman is alone, but not for long. Defenders are catching up behind him. He jumps. Slam. The evening's first basketball game belongs to Spearman's team. Hoops at Night in Oak Park is for young people who live nearby, though others drive in from surrounding neighborhoods.


Football Ratings Report

Chiefs stock report: 7 up, 3 down

It's nearly impossible to draw conclusions or identify trends from one game. With two games in the books, we can start to see who this Kansas City Chiefs team is going to be. They are at their best when the offense can creatively blend the run with the pass, and hit on a couple of big plays.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

If anyone thinks an employee is supposed to look inside every car parked on an airport lot is a complete fool, that is impossible to do every night

Anonymous said...

How about just the ones that have been there for a few months?

Anonymous said...

Darn! If that firm had only done its job and checked every car in airport parking every night, that missing guy might have been found a lot sooner, and then he would have been a lot less dead than he turned out to be.

Anonymous said...

Its a bitch when your loved one turns into beef jerkey.

Midtown KC Chester said...

^^^ LOL. Ouch but LOL.

Anonymous said...

8 month delay on the life insurance check is the issue here. Poor bastard wasn't too missed.