Sunday, May 13, 2018

The Kansas City Sunday News Link Look

Even lingerie angels are hit with harsh times:

Victoria's Secret owner is the S&P 500's worst stock

Closer to home here are the just a few more local news links worth a peek and mostly related to sports:

Kansas City Fan Earns International Fame

Dockers song a big hit in the US

It's been the subject of derision, ridicule and the point a referendum of members was once held to see whether it should be done away with. But now the Fremantle Dockers club song has a new unofficial biggest public fan, all the way in the United States.

Adocacy Game In Costume

Missouri Boots Planned Parenthood, Abortion Activists Use Fictional Book Characters To Protest

Missouri lawmakers passed a spending plan that will ensure Planned Parenthood does not receive funding from the state, and a number of disgruntled protesters dressed up as handmaids to air their grievances. Despite Missouri's dedication to life, Planned Parenthood previously received federal funding that allowed the organization to receive money for birth control and cancer screenings allocated to low-income individuals.

Local Soccer Dude Big Bucks

Salary database: Here's how much Sporting KC's players get paid - Kansas City Business Journal

Sporting Kansas City ranks 12th of the 23 Major League Soccer teams in terms of player salaries in 2018. For the first time, the club has a player that makes more than $1 million. See how SKC compares with other MLS teams.

Kansas City Sketchy Tow Game

Couple says KC officials giving them run-around after car crushed by concrete in city garage

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A Lee's Summit couple is still trying to get their car repaired after it was crushed by concrete in a city parking garage. Nearly one month ago, part of a KCMO parking garage ceiling collapsed on their car. Since then it's been back and forth with the city, and their car is still crushed.

Football Fanboy Consideration

Kansas City Chiefs: Can Kareem Hunt top his rookie performance

There is little doubt that what Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt was able to do during his rookie campaign was pretty special. He burst on to the scene in front of a national television audience against the defending champion New England Patriots and the rest of the season was his for the taking.

Home Team Shuffle Coming Soon

Kansas City Royals: An Early Look At Players The Royals Should Trade

This is going to be a hot topic for the Kansas City Royals this year. Although the Central is really bad the Royals are still rebuilding. And they still have a depleted minor league system. Therefore, come July they will need to make some moves to add to the system.

Kansas City Movie Game

Film Project On Family Farm Earns 'Prodigal Son' Status For Kansas City Performer

They say you can't go home again. But what if you bring drones, quilts and a marching band? On a warm, sunny Saturday last October, David Wayne Reed was in a machine shed on his family's farm near Louisburg, Kansas, giving instructions to about 60 people who were helping him film his movie "Eternal Harvest."

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Hyperblogal said...

"Can Kareem Hunt surpass his rookie performance?'... not without blockers he can't.

Super Dave said...

I bet if a chunk of concrete fell on one of Mayor James family member or friends car they'd be already driving a new car a week later at the most while enjoying a rental car during the interim.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- Come together, right now.....Over me!!!

She roller-coaster, she got early warning
She got muddy water, she one mojo filter
She say, "One and one and one is three"
Got to be good looking 'cause she's so hard to please

Anonymous said...

I watched the trailer for Eternal Harvest movie but i just don't get it.

Anonymous said...

Tell the concrete crushed car couple to claim racial, sexual, sex preferential or national origin discrimination and the City will rain money down on them.

Anonymous said...

The red robed babes' dunce caps are very becoming, and oh so appropriate.

Barney Frank said...

City spokesman Chris Hernandez stated that the momentum of the concrete is encouraging more tourists to visit KC