Monday, January 14, 2019

KANSAS CITY NEWSFLASH!!! YOUR FAM DOESN'T HAVE BIG BUCKS TO STAY AT NICE HOTEL DURING POWER OUTAGE!!!

Cost of living harsh times confronting many families . . . Any decent place STARTS at $150-a-night as locals in JoCo lament the fleabag option available in JoCo. Checkit:

Storm victims staying in Overland Park hotels are concerned about rising rates

OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV) -- This is the reality that many homeowners across the metro are facing Monday night; a freezing cold house. Leandrea Lytton is the only one on her block who lost power because a tree knocked down her power line in her backyard.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Any Jeff Bozo news?

Anonymous said...

Of course it's expensive, Overland Park, hello.
Not everyone pays the same price, no shit captain obvious. Shop around for best price.
For $400 people could by a generator and good extension cord and never be without power again.
People aren't very smart. And KCTV must be desperate for stories.

Anonymous said...

A generator only runs about 3 outlets. Spend 10 grand to run your whole house.

Anonymous said...

Our power went out. We got a room by W.O.F. for 65.00 using priceline.com

Anonymous said...

Three outlets are enough if they are for your fridge your furnace and critical lights. Like I was saying. People aren't very smart. During the last ice storm I ran all three and deep freeze with a 2000 watt generator. If we ever have a real crisis........

Anonymous said...

Homeowners' insurance pays for emergency lodging, transportation and food if those necessities were sufficiently adversely impacted by storms. You know, AFTER deductibles, usually, for most policy's coverages. So, iphones, smokes, purple drank, and all that other boosheet spending bites when emergency funds aren't saved.

Anonymous said...

Uh, vehicle AND home/renter policies...gotta have both...

Anonymous said...

That’s how you keep the poor out of sLIE’s downtown, price’em out, his plan is working exactly the way he wants it too

Anonymous said...

Shatner still advertise for them? We cut the cable.

Anonymous said...

Oh Lord. You’ll have Dyqueesha down at The Raphael waving her insurance card from The General and wanting a single room for herself, her five kids, her grandmama and her auntie.

Anonymous said...

And while you're out staying at a hotel, someone is breaking into your house.

Anonymous said...

I remember growing up losing power in a snowstorm and I had cut enough firewood to keep a 24-7 fire going in the fireplace for days. Some of you will completely lose it or die off in future hard times.

Anonymous said...

Snowflakes melting during the snowstorm. Part of the joy of having trees is keeping them trimmed off the power lines. Can't do that because we have to pay for Chiefs season and playoff tickets.

Anonymous said...

Damn, why aren't hotels free?