Wednesday, November 22, 2017

The Kansas City Wednesday First Look



Chanelle back in her hottie glory days inspires this morning and all of these Kansas City MSM links to start the day . . .


Kansas City Fanboy Hope For The Holidays

Andy Reid has experience pulling a team from a slump, and he's going to need it

7:00 AM ET Adam TeicherESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Star Joined ESPN in 2013 KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Nineteen seasons as an NFL head coach have given Andy Reid some experience in trying to pull a team out of a slump.


Lesson In School Bus Safety

What happens when KC area school districts get bus driver complaints?

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - What happens when someone complains about a school bus driver? We went to eight Kansas City area districts to find out. Whether we received emails or types of concern forms, every district gave us a look at some of the complaints they've received.


Kansas City High Class On The Road

Kansas City Ballet Takes Its 'Nutcracker' To The Kennedy Center In Washington, D.C.

On Wednesday, the Kansas City Ballet opens the first of seven prestigious performances of "The Nutcracker" at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., capping a year and a half of planning and meeting a massive logistical challenge. Moving the entire production required four 52-foot semi trucks.


Vegans Ruin Kansas City Turkey Day

KC vegan restaurant preparing to serve free Thanksgiving meal to hundreds this Thursday

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Café Gratitude in Kansas City is offering a free Thanksgiving meal for anybody who wants to come out and enjoy it. The restaurant will be serving a vegan Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday from noon to 3 p.m. Staff said it's there way of giving back to the community.


Hottie News Exercise

Abby Eden and Karli Ritter to climb 42 flights of stairs for the American Lung Association's Fight for Air Climb

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Fox 4's Abby Eden and Karli Ritter are training, preparing to climb the stairs of a skyscraper for the American Lung Association's 'Fight for Air Climb', scheduled for Feb. 25. To raise money for those affected by lung disease, Abby and Karli and all the other participating climbers will take on 902 steps on 42 floors.


Newspaper Plays Northland Fear

Could tolls be returning to the Buck O'Neil bridge?

As Kansas City scrambles to replace the aging Buck O'Neil Bridge downtown, city leaders are considering tolls or a new sales tax to pay for a new bridge. The city has looked at different scenarios, but city leaders think a toll or other tax offers the city the best opportunity to raise the money it needs in the time needed.


Pitch Talks Old School Landmark

Antioch Park's iconic Dodge Town meets its demise - or does it?

One morning last month, my wife sent me a two-word, one-emoji text. The words were "Antioch Park." The emoji was one signalling mourning. Uh-oh, I thought. Had the park's Wild West village, a beloved children's play area for something like half a century, been torn down?


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7 Comments:

Bowtied Silverback said...

Amazing how Antioch is torn down,probably in favor of section 8 housing!

Anonymous said...

Or check this: a home for retired trannies? I bet your dad would have loved that right?

Anonymous said...

Abby Eden and Karli Ritter to climb 42 flights of stairs for the American Lung Association's Fight for Air Climb


....Mark Alford will greet them at the top with a congratulatory cigar, and then take the elevator back down.

Anonymous said...

I hope they don't wear panties. This is a golden opportunity for some upskirts.

Anonymous said...

^^^Jesus creep, is your keyboard all sticky? Gross!

Anonymous said...

I would fuck Abby Eden in the ass and then cum on her tits. Karli Ritter, hmmmm. Could be ATM and then cum her tits.

Anonymous said...

At one time there was a WWII airplane in the park you could climb on.