We begin our day with a flashback to our favorite Page 3 hotties in order to highlight a tragic pay gap report:
Reuters: U.S. women earn half the income of men, new study finds
Atlantic: Women May Earn Just 49 Cents on the Dollar
NBC News: Gender pay gap is worse than thought: Study shows women actually earn half the income of men
Jezebel: The Gender Pay Gap Is Way More F***ed Than You Thought
Daily Wire: New Study Confirms Yet Again Gender ‘Wage’ Gap Due To Women Not Working. Guess How The Media Is Portraying It.
Closer to home, here's the news links worth a peek to start the day:
Kansas City Footballers In The Crowd
One night only, a group of Kansas City Chiefs players went out in public wearing blue, and they were happy to do so.
Boozy Update After TKC
A long and winding effort to make it easier for ex-offenders to serve liquor narrowly failed a Kansas City Council vote on Thursday evening. The City Council voted down the proposal 6-7 after an hour-long debate revolving around whether some offenders should have to make it through a waiting period before being allowed to serve liquor.
Another Kansas City Work Scam
Hide Transcript Show Transcript WEBVTT THE FIRE. HALEY: A NEW SCAM WITH A MESSAGE THAT LOOKS LIKE IT'S COMING FROM YOUR BOSS. STEVEN: KMBC 9'S BRIAN JOHNSON IS LIVE IN LEAWOOD WITH THE WARNING FROM POLICE. BRIAN: LEAWOOD POLICE SAY THE SCAM WORKS LIKE THIS, YOU GET AN EMAIL THAT APPEARS TO BE FROM YOUR BOSS.
Po-Po Rugrat Nice Payoffs
Shop with a Cop brings hundreds of kids presents
Celebrate Hockey Doggie Healing
The Kansas City Mavericks hockey team has adopted a four-month-old Weimaraner puppy that they are raising to be a therapy dog for military veterans. The female puppy, whom the players call Mave, will benefit Warriors' Best Friend. Mave has been sent to the @konicaminolta penalty box, two minutes for ruffing.
TKC Apology For The Sentimentality But This Kansas City Newsie Photo Just Makes Me Happy
Thursday, the KCTV5 Surprise Squad was at Price Chopper, hoping to pay it forward and buy some people's groceries.
Home Team Calls Up New Recruits
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Royals signed infielder Cheslor Cuthbert, left-hander Brian Flynn and right-hander Jesse Hahn to one-year contracts for next season Thursday ahead of baseball's non-tender deadline. Cuthbert will earn $850,000 while Flynn and Hahn will make $800,000.
McTavish Plans The Weekend
How do you feel? Really and truly? Your tongue might loosen up when coached up by prime examples of outspoken behavior - verbal and otherwise - in the form of frankly fun weekend offerings, including hearty romance, candid comedy and a 1,000-voice choir letting it rip to celebrate the holiday season.
Nicki Minaj - Good Form ft. Lil Wayne is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .