Friday, January 19, 2018

Kansas City Friday Morning Sit Down

Once again we're inspired by Joey goodness as we get going with these local news links to start our discussion.

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McTavish Weekend Plans

6 Sophisticated Things To Do In Kansas City This Weekend

Culture. Refinement. Stylishness. The hallmarks of sophistication - not to mention its cadre of classy synonyms - beckon this weekend from a variety of corners. The trick to appreciating them all? Keep an open mind to their attendant intricacies, some of which may challenge preconceived concepts of what it really means to be erudite.

Old School Local Life Tech

KC woman one of few relying on iron lung to help her breathe after polio paralyzed her

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Mona Randolph cannot breathe on her own for very long. The 81-year-old has lived in Kansas City most of her life. When she was 20, she contracted polio. She said she remembers the day well. On a September afternoon in 1956, she started having flu-like symptoms: a fever, bad headache, and her neck hurt.

Suburban La Migra Harsh Times

Kansas man taken from family, deported after court error

Three days before Christmas, Patricio Bringas-Rodriguez what he thought was a regularly scheduled immigration appointment. When he got there, he was detained, and deported to Mexico all because of a court error. "I honestly don't know exactly what happened," he said.

Fear Contagious Kansas City

In KC, flu cases triple last year's numbers as local outbreak spreads

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Health officials say this season's strand of the flu is more deadly than years past. In the Kansas City area, there has been a big spike in flu cases. Statewide, 108 people died from the flu just last week, according to data from the Missouri Department of Health.

Local Bullet Time Recovery

Shooting victim walks into Kansas City fire station, expected to recover

Police in Kansas City are investigating a shooting report. A shooting victim walked into the fire station at 3211 Indiana Ave. around 9 p.m. on Thursday night. The victim suffered non-life threatening injuries. It's unknown where the shooting exactly happened at this time. Copyright 2018 KCTV (Meredith Corp.) All rights reserved.

Brookside Busted Pipe Aftermath Some Residents STILL Don't Have Water

No water in parts of Brookside after main break at 63rd and Oak

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Businesses and homeowners in part of the Brookside neighborhood woke up Thursday morning with little or no water pressure. The Kansas City water department said a 12-inch water main broke near 63rd and Oak overnight. Just before 4 a.m., 41 Action News cameras recorded water gushing out from under the road on Oak Street.

Kansas City Weekend Forecast

Warmer weekend ahead, chance for storms Sunday

Our temperatures will drop back closer to normal on Monday.

U2 - Get Out Of Your Own Way is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...

Wow! Must be that "momentum" BowTie bee tawkin bout that's bursting right through Killa City's water mains. TooT! LooT! "Free Rides!"

Anonymous said...

As a friend said, I actually feel sorry for Brookside. Unlike most of KCMO, they aren't accustomed to this lack of services.

Welcome to the "Shithole" folks!

Anonymous said...


As I entered the bordello, the madam greeted me and asked, "What are you in FUR???"

Anonymous said...

Deport the appeals court judges who gave the Mexican HIV + guy asylum. Then deport him.

Bowtied Silverback said...

head down to 63rd and Oak and watch 9 blacks standing around doing nothing...i mean fixing a water main break