Sunday, November 26, 2017
Kansas City Sunday Night Reconciliation And Total Recall: Curtis Mertensmeyer Pedestrian Leg Rip Crash Legacy And Curtis Stafford Legal Weed Biz Development Celebration!!!
On this mild November evening, let's talk about the value, or lack thereof, of local history.
Moreover, let's keep this legal but fun and sloppy . . .
Not so long ago a rich kid was involved in a horrific accident wherein a pedestrian was hit so badly that his leg was severed.
The suspect allegedly fled the scene and confronted DUI and manslaughter charges . . .
Here's is the definitive Kansas City blog post on the topic . . .
Do Not Hire Curtis Mertensmeyer
Recently, some of the denizens of our KICK-ASS TKC BLOG COMMUNITY did a bit of fact checking on this story along with the flimsy concept of "justice" and how it doesn't really exist.
First . . .
In 2015 Curtis got his license back . . . With the condition of an ignition lock and some other inconvenient tech that's still better than being run down on a Kansas City street and hit so hard that one of your legs popped off.
And then . . .
Our blog community directs us to a weed advocate dude who shares a first name with the aforementioned Mr. Mertensmeyer and a few Kansas City social media connections which inspired this blog post on the topic of changing perceptions . . .
Curtis Stafford recently earned an AWESOME new gig as a biz dude for the National Cannabis Industry Association.
Quick jump back . . . We forgot to mention that, in fairness, Jane Stafford, Curtis Mertensmeyer's mother was noted in the write-up of a case which blamed a lot of his problems on fraternity hazing. In fairness, she didn't speak with the media on the topic.
Anyhoo . . .
Curtis Stafford has a great many friends and supporters in the Kansas City area who also endorse the biz potential of weed legalization.
Also, a new gig in the growth industry of legal pot is really quite cool . . . It sure beats being hit on Ward Parkway and getting your leg chopped off while dying a slow and agonizing death.
We remember back when this tragedy and the 120 day jail sentence injustice happened -- So many Internets denizens promised to always remember . . . There's also the myth that everything on the Internet lives forever . . .
Fact is, people forget.
And so we throw this jumbled mess to our blog community in order to offer a Sunday night contemplation on the topics of forgiveness, new standards for recreational drugs, local history and a reminder about the clear & present danger that rich youngsters and fast cars pose to po'folk . . . Along with a bit of "hope" about new endeavors.
You decide . . .
As always, thanks for reading this week and we hope to have more for the morning update . . . STAY TUNED!!!