Tuesday, December 18, 2018

The Kansas City Tuesday News Look



Quick look at two very important topics inspired by hottie Tessa and her commitment to the online discourse via her fashion journey . . .

Elle: Elle: Boob Nation - Exploring How The Body Positive Movement Went Tits-Up

BBC: Male breast cancer - 'I tried to cut off my breast'

Closer to home, these news links dominate our evening . . .

Double Trouble Scam Report

Couple out $130K in real estate money wire scam

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Ross and Melinda Fulton live a modest lifestyle. Ross is a retired pastor, serving 46 years in churches throughout Missouri. The two were excited to learn their first grand baby is due next Spring. They did what many first-time grandparents do, and started looking for homes closer to their daughters who live in the Kansas City area.


Kansas City Turkey Redux

KCPD: No burglary, just a wild turkey

What looked and probably sounded like a burglary in progress at a Kansas City apartment over the weekend turned out to involve "fowl play." Kansas City police said investigating officers found a broken window and feathers on the floor of the apartment. A search outside led them to the suspect -- a wild turkey.


Sunflower State Payback

Kansas Pays $1 Million-plus To Man Who Spent 17 Years In Prison For His Doppelganger's Crime

Richard Jones, who spent nearly 17 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, is getting $1.1 million from the state of Kansas. It's the first payment made under the state's new mistaken-conviction statute. The payment resolves a lawsuit filed by Jones after his conviction was thrown out and the charges against him were dismissed last year.


Lesson In Anti-Vape Hype

JoCo Rescue Effort

Good Samaritans tried to help in Overland Park crash

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - A 19-year-old woman died in a crash late Monday night in Overland Park, Kansas. It happened as she was exiting off 69 Highway and College Boulevard. Before first responders arrived on scene, good Samaritans stepped into help.


Local Diploma Mill Blues

Students upset after Kansas City college suddenly closes

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Hundreds of people are suddenly out of a job and thousands more out of money and diplomas. This is after Vatterott College abruptly announced its closure Monday. Tuesday, the doors are locked, and students don't know if they'll get any credit for the work and money they put into the school.


Soggy Forecast Ahead

Warm Wednesday with slight chance for showers ahead

Hide Transcript Show Transcript WEBVTT A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE GOING TO HIT THE ROAD FOR THE HOLIDAYS. HOPEFULLY THE WEATHER COOPERATES. >> IT WILL BE DRIVER MOST OF US. LOOKING AT THE TRAVEL MAP ON WEDNESDAY, HERE YOU SEE IT FOR YOURSELF.


Fanboy Celebration Tonight

Six Chiefs named to 2019 Pro Bowl

Six Kansas City Chiefs are headed to the 2019 Pro Bowl, the NFL announced on Tuesday night. They are: CHIEFS PR: Fisher has started all 14 games this season, allowing only 2.0 sacks in 516 pass attempts. CHIEFS PR: Fordhas started at linebacker in all 14 games this season, registering a career-high 45 tackles (36 solo) and 11.5 sacks (-64.0 yards).


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

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sad story about the pastor couple cheated out of$130K. Fuck the bastards that did this.

Anonymous said...

Damn Vatterott College... Now those Glory Hole Technician degrees are worthless =8^/

Anonymous said...

^^^ OUCH.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- ON VIXEN

After I helped Tessa decorate the Christmas tree, she assessed how my balls were hanging!!!

Jj said...

^^^^ LOL! That's "very nice" as Borat would say.

Anonymous said...

How do you not call the title company before wiring $130,000?

Anonymous said...

sell the turkey feathers to hobby lobbbby

Anonymous said...

Man, that 130k story, fuck those assholes who did that.