Monday, December 31, 2018

The Kansas City Monday News Look


Too just a bit of a pause because the local news is mostly garbage right now but we're back up and running with more than a few items worth a peek for our blog community of critical thinkers and lingerie enthusiasts.

SCMP: As Victoria’s Secret falls foul of #MeToo, other lingerie brands are stepping up

WWWear: 3 New Lingerie Trends You Can Buy on Amazon for Under $20

Huff Po: I Was A Cable Guy. I Saw The Worst Of America.

Closer to home, these news links are worthwhile . . .

Old School Car Survivor Story

One person seriously injured after vintage car hits tree

Kansas City, MO (KCTV) -- Police are investigating after a vintage car went off the road and struck a tree. Shortly before 6 p.m., Kansas City police were called to 90th Terr. and Holmes on a single vehicle accident involving a yellow 1972 Chevrolet S10 pickup that struck a tree.

Local News Soaked

Hip-Hop Footballer Insight

After Kansas City Chiefs celebrate to 'Choppa Style,' Saints' Mark Ingram calls it 'flagrant'

Imitation might be the most sincere form of flattery, but that doesn't mean that borrowing another NFL team's celebration song and dance won't get you shade on Twitter. A number of Kansas City Chiefs players imitated some dance moves from the New Orleans Saints and their now-signature celebration song, Choppa Style, on Sunday.

Former Meth Town Factory Burns Over The Weekend

Former Independence foundry damaged in fire

Fire crews battled a fire in the former foundry at Lexington and Elm for more than eight hours Saturday night.

Hanging With JoCo Ladies

Fitness center in Mission uses circus acrobatics to promote better health

Aerial fitness can be as beautiful as it is challenging. Accomplished artists can perform all sorts of twists and turns while suspended from colorful silks that are attached near the ceiling. The hit movie The Greatest Showman has spurred a lot of people to try aerial training for fitness.

Home Team Hope For Spring

For Royals, no way to add Bryce Harper - but they've proven their will in the past

Bryce Harper, a National League MVP at 23, is a free agent at 26, peddling his services in an industry that's grown to nearly $11 billion in annual revenues. His combination of skills, age and marketing cachet make him an excellent fit for any major league franchise. Even the Kansas City Royals.

KC Hipsters Sound Off

Making Movies' Enrique Chi on the band's New Year's Eve plans to 'Remain in Light'

New Year's Eve is a chance for a band to go big and try something more grandly spectacular than most might be willing to go for on a regular old Monday night. Such is the case for Making Movies, KC's long-running Latinx alternative act.

KC Amateur Night Forecast

Turning bitter cold tonight & on New Year's Day

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Share in our weather experience on the weather blog. Click on the blog at the top of the page for more information.

Brandi Carlile - Party Of One is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...

Pocahontas Warren Announces Plans For Presidential Run


Anonymous said...

Reached the sub basement $500 level of support milestone yet?

KC Beetches said...

Absolutely agree. She won't beat Mike Pence. But too bad about the Trump impeachment.

Anonymous said...

Trump impeachment


Anonymous said...

Glad you're in a good mood. Trump is gone in 2019.

Good riddance!

Anonymous said...

Never going to happen 8:32. Dream on.

Anonymous said...

^^^^ Kind of like that wall?

My odds are better, see you at the Mueller probe.

Anonymous said...

What odds? Lets hear them.

Anonymous said...

For crissake. It wasn't a vintage vehicle. It was just a fuckin' old pickup truck.

Anonymous said...

Omg. Omg. Omg. My mind just envisioned q honey butter chicken biscuit.

Tom Petty said...

I'd like to go to Learning 2 Fly, but I ain't got wings.

Anonymous said...

Why don't you two dipshits get together and put some real money on it?

Anonymous said...

Natch HuffPoo runs an article written by a carpet munching dyke spewing stereotypes of cable customers. I lost interest before reaching the end of a too-long screed.

Anonymous said...

No such thing as a 1972 Chevy S-10 pickup. Even if there was it wouldn't be a vintage vehicle. Leave it to KCTV5 to put out a factless story. The vehicle if built in 1972 came with seat belts installed so if it didn't have them the vehicle was in violation of federal laws. But as I said a KCTV5 story so who knows what the real truth is about what happened.