Thursday, September 13, 2018

Celebrate More Cheap Internets Merch Coming Soon To Kansas City Via Overstock.com Distribution Center

The Internets hasn't made us all rich but thankfully about 100 plebs will garner a low-rent job moving around online junk . . . Until they can build robots to do it..

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Overstock.com Selects Kansas City For New Distribution Center

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

What? A new business is coming to the KC area? How? This is killa city, don't they know that? Why would they do this? You mean a joint group headed by representatives from the metro area were able to get a business here? My God! We have a narrative here! What's going on???

Anonymous said...

Alright more $12 an hour jobs. Gonna get fresh card board to sleep on !!!

Anonymous said...

LOL... Well look at the bright side a hundred college grads will have a job.

Anonymous said...

Well their revenues are in the red and slowly but surely tanking makes sense they would move here and join the club.

Anonymous said...

Overstock CEO sells $20 million worth of stock but warns investors in letter 'not to be alarmed'


LOL

Anonymous said...

Don't send your kids to college just have them work at Overstock company it pays 25 grand a year.

Anonymous said...

But I majored in art and gender studies. Also took several philosophy courses. I wish to live in The Crossroads area. I hate guns and Trump. Maxine Waters is my idol. With all the above qualifications, I surely deserve $25.00/hour minimum. I have student loans to pay off. The government should forgive all student loan debt. My name is Snowflake, and you will see my address and phone number on bulletin boards in mid-town. Please call for me to interview you and see if you are an organization I wish to work for. Be sure to list perks.

Anonymous said...

@8:59 I'm only going to let you in on this secret once before the library kicks me out again. If you stack about 6-8 layers of cardboard it's like sleeping in a 5-star hotel. I do like to keep the new layers on top. And I keep em hidden during the day.

Anonymous said...

Distribution center opening in Kansas and not Missouri. Companies must not like KCMO for some reason.

Tony: Thanks for getting bicycle photos in your captcha. Feels just like in KCMO when using the bike lanes.