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On the topic of MSM newsworthy pop culture considerations that dominate our big picture discourse . . .

HL: Did Selena Gomez Get A Boob Job? Plastic Surgeon Explains Her ‘Dramatically Different’ Look

HT: Selena Gomez’s Breasts Are Growing

MUK: Clever 3D optical illusion t-shirt makes it look like you've got bigger boobs - and it's selling fast

Closer to home, we're getting a handle on these local news links . . .

Neighborhood Beef Makes TV News

'Meth house' sign heats up feud between neighbors

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- We've all heard of disagreements between neighbors, but one Belton man is taking the feud to a whole new level. Michael Wood has several signs posted in his yard that warn potential trespassers to stay off his property and notify them he has surveillance cameras recording.

More KCMO Housing Promises

KC's affordable housing plan could have trust funds, zoning | The Kansas City Star

A $50 million housing trust fund and new zoning laws to require low-cost housing as part of all new residential construction are among the ideas Kansas City is considering to address its affordable housing shortage.

Telcom Delay As Overland Park Jobs Hang By A Thread

FCC requests more time to review Sprint, T-Mobile deal

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The Federal Communications Commission says it will need more time to review a proposed merger between Sprint and T-Mobile. The FCC made the announcement in a letter to the agencies on Tuesday. "Additional time is necessary to allow for thorough staff and third-party review of newly-submitted and anticipated modeling relied on by the applicants," the letter reads.

KCMO Sidewalk Promises

Kansas City provides update on GO Bond sidewalk repairs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - There are currently 79 sidewalk repair projects underway funded through GO Bonds, but there are several hundred others on the backlog. One homeowner in South Hyde Park said her sidewalk poses a danger. "When the rains came I went ahead and put up the yellow caution tape up," said Kristine Keller.

Missouri Tragedy Court Fight

Duck boat operators criticize attorney general's lawsuit

ST. LOUIS (AP) - The operators of a Missouri duck boat that sank in July, killing 17 people, say in a court filing that a lawsuit from Missouri's attorney general is "irresponsible" and "littered with factual inaccuracies and innuendo." Attorney General Josh Hawley's lawsuit filed last month accused Branson Duck Vehicles and Ripley Entertainment Inc.

JoCo Pioneer Politico

Olathe man looking to become first deaf state representative in Kansas

OLATHE, KS. (KCTV) -- Chris Haulmark is a name you may not immediately know if you don't live in Olathe. However, if he's elected in November, he would be the first deaf state representative in Kansas. The Democrat meets potential voters every day, knocking on more than 2,000 doors over the last several months.

East Side Foodie Renaissance

As the Troost corridor develops, food is leading the charge

Zach Bauman Spend any time around urban planners and you're likely to hear them talk about the need for "eyes on the street." They're quoting Jane Jacobs, the urban activist who wrote The Death and Life of Great American Cities.

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


  1. Sidewalk repairs, the key word here is repair not replacement, I’ve seen these repairs first hand and they do a couple sections, skip over a bunch and repair a couple more, it’s not pretty folks

  2. Bye Bye Ducky Boats


  3. I saw where there was a short patch of sidewalk poured in front of Wabash metal co. at 19th and Troost. The question is WHY? Who in their right mind walks there, and the scrapers pull their trucks up on the sidewalk so can you guess how long that's going to last?

  4. Who could have known that unpredicted storm would sink that duckboat and drown all those mens and wimmens and childrens?

    An act of gawd fer shure!

    Thoughts and prayers but no lawsuits ifffn you please! Thats why we gots no more regulations and done already reformed all our torts!

  5. 08.57 - Lots of people walk there with backpacks full of copper cables cut short and bolt cutters attached to the packs. To hell with these homeless bastards and the dishonest businesses that look the other way to make a quick buck.

  6. RINO Josh now in favor of shutting down small businesses through regulations.

    Bye-bye #Metoo Hawllery.


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