Sunday, December 16, 2018

The Kansas City Sunday Look

Quick glimpse at the local discourse today . . .

TimesUK: Why Victoria’s Secret fashion shows have had their day

BizIn: 'Giving stuff away for free won't work' for Victoria's Secret and Pink (LB)

KMOV: Victoria's Secret becoming top target for theft, police say

Closer to home, these news links are also worth a peek:

Kansas City X-Mas Giveaway In The Midst Of Deadly Local Gunfire Spate

Families affected by violence treated to gifts, meals

The holidays are about being with loved ones. But for the more than 120 families in Kansas City that lost a family member this year to gun violence, the loss can feel magnified by the holidays, which is why Mothers in Charge treated several to a free meal and surprised them with gifts.

Jackson County Jail Human Rights Crisis Continued After Election Promises

Records, picture of jail inmate changed after death | The Kansas City Star

Jailers began falsifying the record of Richard Degraffenreid's short stay at the Jackson County Detention Center even before paramedics arrived to try reviving him from what turned out to be a fatal drug overdose.

KCK Bad Call

KCK misses out on millions with loss of D-2 championship

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The Kansas City area lost about $1 million in revenue by not hosting the 2018 NCAA Division II Football National Championship on Saturday afternoon. Sporting Kansas City announced in September that Children's Mercy Park would undergo field renovations in December, which prompted the NCAA to reopen the bid process for hosting the game.

Suburban Crooks Hate The Troops
Marine's car stolen in Blue Springs with uniforms inside
Kansas City Tiny Solution

Finding a housing solution

Tiny houses catch on in war on homelessness KANSAS CITY, Mo. The 13 tiny houses sit in neat rows on the small plot of land in south Kansas City. There's a comforting uniformity to the group, each structure a simple A-frame or slant roof, painted a rich hue: deep blue or dark maroon, slate gray or mustard yellow.

Rock Chalk Renaissance

No. 1 Kansas somehow keeps winning close games thanks to its two viable Player of the Year candidates doing it all

Kansas won 74-71 at home on Saturday afternoon in a taffy-pull of a game against mercurial Villanova, which is now 8-4 and enduring its worst start to a season since 2012-13. In getting the win, KU avenges its Final Four blowout defeat from last season at the hands of the eventual champs.

Forecast For Right Now

Sunday may feel a tad cooler, tons of sun expected

Our best chance for rain this week comes Wednesday

Al Green - People Get Ready is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...

Better picture would be a pile of human crap behind some dumpster in Midtown. More accurate description of where things are heading.

Anonymous said...

I notice Katie is a better forecaster at 9. I guess she was right about the pressure on her to make a fuss at 5.

Anonymous said...

Katie's still a proven tramp and serial adulterer.

Anonymous said...

Mothers in Charge treated several to a free meal and surprised them with gifts. Nothing like a Big Mac and a XXL thong to get Ole log hard. Be squirting out another welfare dependant by Halloween.


Anonymous said...

Katie is looking MILFY, if I don't say so myself.