Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Kansas City Vlogger Meetup Amongst Dudes Too Scared To Mention TKC Blog Community
Allow a quick bragging point that might not be as hot as Karlie Kloss stroking consumer grade camera tech in much the same way that her new perfume bottle looks like a sex toy . . .
TKC is ALWAYS the first to identify new, Kansas City creative people and trends . . . Sadly, some haters criticize the offerings we share but for the most part we believe general interest readers are informed by the mentions that they might not have seen in any other venue given that The Pitch is now on life support.
But I digress . . .
It was with the spirit of sharing and the collaborative nature of the local Internets community in mind that we suggested that KCMO vlogger Chris Yankey was going to have to kill one or both of the TwinSauce bros. in order to garner local Youtube supremacy.
Scientific polling data informs us that murdering the "Hollandaise" TwinSauce bro would have been the right decision from a marketing perspective.
More to the point . . .
We simply wanted to reference both of these local vlogging teams are attempting to follow the Boosted Board path of world famous creator Casey Neistat who is actually more of an exceptionally talented spokes-model for a multitude of brands.
We all have heroes and they can't all be as interesting as Hunter S. Thompson or J.J. Maloney.
But, again, I digress . . .
TKC INSPIRED THIS KANSAS CITY VLOGGER MEETUP AND OUR BLOG COMMUNITY EARNED ONLY A PASSING MENTION!!!
If either one of these videos earned more views than a small middle-school class reunion . . . I might be offended.
Still . . . We want to congratulate this trio on their hookup (ewww) in order to create even more footage of Kansas City middle-class white people enjoying their lives . . . Of which there is always far too little now that the Democratic Party lost the White House.
Here's the damage . . .
The TwinSauce double take . . .
And then the Chris Yankey b-roll . . .
And all of this is merely a distraction for our readers browsing at the witching hour whilst working horrible dead end jobs with the realization that starvation is a very real possibility amid the death of compassionate Conservatism and the rise of social media bully politics.
We simply want to celebrate the current epoch of selfie cinematography as the nation turns their cameras inward to share deep thoughts and/or kill random strangers on the streets.
You decide . . .