Wednesday, October 25, 2017

The Kansas City Link Layout Tonight



Tonight we round-up some of the top stories from today inspired by pr0n star Anna and our commitment to hotness of every sort.

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Bob Calls It Quits

One of KC's most recognized names - and faces - in plumbing sells - Kansas City Business Journal

Overland Park-based Bob Hamilton Plumbing, Heating, A/C and Rooter has sold to a fast-growing company out of Memphis. The company was acquired by American Residential Services (ARS), also known as Rescue Rooter, according to a company spokeswoman. ARS is a Memphis-based plumbing and HVAC company with 70 locations in 23 states.


Accounting For Political FAIL

What Happened To The Economy In Kansas?

Some critics say the GOP tax overhaul plan echoes the tax cut experiment implemented by Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback in 2012.


Judgement On Proof Of Bias

Missouri Court Rules That Stereotyping Can Be Evidence Of Sex Discrimination

A Missouri court ruled for the first time Tuesday that Missouri law bars employment discrimination based on a failure to conform to gender stereotypes. While Missouri doesn't prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation, the Missouri Court of Appeals in St. Louis found that stereotyping can be evidence of sex discrimination, which state law does prohibit.


Border War In Kansas City Back On

Swiss Re will move 400 jobs across state line to KC office tower - Kansas City Business Journal

Nearly $20 million in state incentives helped convince global reinsurance giant Swiss Re to relocate its area operations - and about 400 jobs - from Overland Park to downtown Kansas City's tallest office building. Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens announced the latest border war coup in a release Wednesday after visiting Swiss Re's global headquarters in Zurich last week.


KCMO Sharing Economy Conversation
KCMO taking steps towards short term rental compromise
KCMO Teachable Moment

Founder of KC's Higher M-Pact featured in documentary 'Youth Under Fire'

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- 'Youth Under Fire' is a national documentary about youth violence in America, why it happens, and approaches to stopping youth violence. Tyrone Flowers, the founder of Higher M-Pact in Kansas City, is featured in the documentary. His organization works with at-risk youth in Kansas City's urban core to show them another way of life.


Golden Ghetto Party Is Over

Shawnee party supply business closing after more than 4 decades

A local party supply business is closing its doors after more than four decades. Betty Wilson says, for about 16,000 days, she's enjoyed coming to work. But now it's time to turn a new leaf. "It's been my life for a long time," she said.


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

2 Comments:

Super Dave said...

Betty Wilson is a wonderful person I have to include her family as well and I have done business with them for years. This was part of a family owned business that made many a party or wedding a fun event. I knew Betty was calling it quits well over a year ago when she called me and asked me if I'd like to have one of the Santa suits that I had rented for many years. I offered to buy it but no she wanted to give it to me and just asked I continue to bring joy to children for as long as I can.

I hope she likes retirement.

Anonymous said...

I can understand why the senile brain dead fucktards in the Missouri court system take issue with stereotyping. They are all a bunch of incompetent jackals with second grade reading comprehension when it comes to the law.