Tuesday, September 19, 2017

The Kansas City Midday Link Pool



Top stories for today along with our tribute to Leanne for her celebration of non-traditional body types along with an EPIC modeling body of work. Dive right in . . .

Cincinnati Steamer As Kansas City Earns The Deuce In Keeping Women Happy

​Cincinnati ranked No. 1 best place in U.S. for single women to live - Cincinnati Business Courier

Cincinnati is the top-ranked metro area in the U.S. for single women, according to a new report. Cincinnati-Wilmington-Maysville, Ky. ranked No. 1 among the top 20 U.S. metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) for single women to live, according to the online real estate brokerage website Owners.com.


Training Day At The Park

KCFD to practice swift water rescue training at Worlds of Fun

Kansas City firefighters will practice swift water rescues Tuesday at Worlds of Fun.


Comeuppance Across The Bridge

North Kansas City woman pleads guilty to embezzling $277,000 from her employer

A North Kansas City woman has pleaded guilty in federal court to embezzling more than $277,000 from her former employer. Tonya A. Topel, 40, waived her right to a grand jury Monday and pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Gary A. Fenner to a federal information that charges her with wire fraud and aggravated identity theft.


Locals Heroes Keep Rolling
Veterans Pass Available At RideKC Headquarters Sept 19
Faith Community Testimony

'Allah on Earth' forced former KCK woman into 'a childhood of trafficking,' suit says

A woman who said she was forced to work without pay for a decade - beginning when she was 11 - is suing the spiritual leader of a group she describes as a cult based in Kansas City, Kan.


Campaign Artsy Conversation

Support For Alvey Grows In Wyandotte County's Low-Income Neighborhoods

Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas, Mayor and CEO Mark Holland came out of the primary last month with promising numbers, securing 40 percent of the vote compared to challenger David Alvey's 32 percent. The signs popping up around residential streets in downtown Kansas City, Kansas, however, suggest Alvey is gaining ground in the low-income neighborhoods surrounding City Hall.


Building The East Crossroads

Hammerspace grows maker mission on Emanuel Cleaver Boulevard (photos)

Dave Dalton is a maker - a blacksmith, a bladesmith, a woodworker, an artist and a jack of all trades. More than just a sum of his skills, being a maker is all about perspective, said Dalton, founder of Hammerspace Community Workshop.


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

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow. Leanne. That's a lot of lovin' right there.

Anonymous said...


Well you just want to make sure those boobs don't pop during that lot of lovin,

those things could kill ya.

Anonymous said...

Leanne be needin' a Wide Load sign and a really loud back up alarm. Don't ya know the all you can eat buffet manager hate to see her comin' through the door.

Anonymous said...

U no eat here no mo.

Anonymous said...

Where was the God Damned Kansas City Atheist Coaltion when that poor woman was being worked like a dog?

Oh, wait...they don't carry signs or hold little rallies outside of Muslim shit...

Anonymous said...


Heaven forbid you go after a muslim, you know their Sharia Law and all, even though we don't have those laws here we all have to abide by their ways.

But relax and just throw some bacon on them and they will melt.

Anonymous said...

Is Leanne the youngest of the Kardashian Sisters?

Anonymous said...

How can you POSSIBLY think there is one attractive thing about that ... I don't even know what to call her ... a cow is an insult to cows.

Yuck.

Anonymous said...

So Cincinnati is a sausage fest then.