Sunday, August 27, 2017
KANSAS CITY BEER GARDEN OF EVIL: BOULEVARD BREWING COMPANY THREATENS SACRED HEART CHURCH!!!
Drinkers of Kansas City's favorite beer confront a crisis of conscience given a proposed threat to a local faith community by a formerly beloved brand.
To wit . . .
MAKE NO MISTAKE: THE UPCOMING BOULEVARD BREWING COMPANY BEER GARDEN SCHEME THREATENS TO DESTROY SACRED HEART CHURCH!!!
Already the debate over the project has created life-long rivalries, led to threats of violence against a priest and offered yet another opportunity for milquetoast neighborhood politicos to put their faith in booze barons above and beyond holy mother church.
But more than anything else here's a fact that has been mostly unreported . . .
BOULEVARD BREWING COMPANY THREATENS SACRED HEART CHURCH WITH INEVITABLE DESTRUCTION BECAUSE PUTTING A BOOZE FEST RIGHT NEXT THE ALTAR OF A CHURCH IS ONE OF THE MOST EVIL DEEDS A LOCAL BIZ PLANS TO COMMIT SO FAR THIS YEAR!!!
Here's a drawing of the monstrosity that initially didn't offer a glimpse of where the beer garden would stand but we added the location of the church to put things in a more realistic perspective . . .
Eventually, the establishment of the beer garden will:
- Put drinkers within feet of the altar of the church.
- Create noise, parking and community conflict.
- Bring more drunken traffic to a neighborhood and faith community . . .
The sad thing about all of this is that the Boulevard Brewing Company complex is already massive and their pockets are deep . . . If they wanted, they could easily redesign their beer garden but instead they choose to desecrate a church and threaten a longstanding Kansas City faith community.
In conclusion . . .
DESIGNS FOR THE BOULEVARD BREWING COMPANY BEER GARDEN REVEAL AN EVIL PLOT THAT ABSOLUTELY THREATENS SACRED HEART CHURCH!!!
Our blog community doesn't tell people what to think, we simply provide information and let readers decide . . . But there is no arguing or denying the FACT that this beer garden poses a clear and present danger to people of faith in Kansas City because of callous and careless placement.
In the end, we can only hope and pray that discerning beer drinkers and local denizens recognize this plan for what it is: A wicked deed that infringes upon believers by way of beer garden celebration.
You decide . . .