Wednesday, January 02, 2019

The Kansas City Midweek News Workout

Despite midday inspiration from hottie Daniela the odds are that most of us will give up resolutions in the next few hours. Nevertheless, here's a bit of inspiration for those keeping up the fight . . .

Daily Beast: ‘Fox & Friends’ Guest ‘Terrified’ by Jane Curtin’s Joke New Year’s Resolution

Atlantic: It’s the Most Inadequate Time of the Year

CNBC: Why Melinda Gates selects a ‘word of the year’ and not a New Year’s resolution

Even better, closer to home we're sharing these local news links for the denizens of our blog community. Checkit:

Newspaper Hack Sponsored Content Garbage Written For Urban Planner Fanboys And The Willfully Ignorant
Downtown KC rings out 2018 with growth, optimism
Kansas City Can Save Planet???

Survey Seyz Heartland Winning?

Survey suggests improving business conditions in Midwest

OMAHA, NE (AP) - A monthly survey report suggests that business conditions improved last month in nine Midwest and Plains states. The report issued Wednesday says the Mid-America Business Conditions Index rose to 55.2 in December from 54.1 in November. The October reading was 54.9.

Fanboy Favorite

Patrick Mahomes rules NFL end-of-season rankings

The momentum for Patrick Mahomes as the NFL's MVP continues to pick up. On Tuesday, writer David Carr released his end-of-the-season offensive player rankings, and to nobody's surprise, Mahomes finished at No. 1. "Mahomes didn't waste time in his first year as an NFL starter, setting record after record," Carr wrote.

Spring Hype Is Here

Kansas City Royals 2019 Top 50 Prospects | Prospects1500

Lexington Legends MJ Melendez - photo credit Clinton Riddle (@TheGrandOldGame) Better. Things are looking better. None of the top prospects took a step back in 2018, and all are still showing breakthrough potential. The Royals loaded up on much needed pitching in the 2018 draft, and have the 2019 #2 overall pick in their pocket moving forward.

Footballer Conversation

Jets conclude interview with Bieniemy, multiple interviews ahead for Chiefs OC

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The New York Jets say they have concluded their interview with Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy. According the NFL Insider Ian Rapoport, this was the Jets first interview. Bieniemy is a popular head coach candidate heading into the playoffs and offseason.

After Playoff Loss Hope

The Chiefs' 2019 Opponents are Now Finalized

Here's who the Chiefs will be playing next season

Local Unrealistic Inspiration

Locals weigh in on keeping 2019 fitness goals

OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV) -- New year and new you! Many of people will be hitting the gym extra hard this 2019. It's a resolution many try to stick to, but it can be difficult. Experts suggest starting off slow like walking on a treadmill. Be patient with yourself.

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


Anonymous said...

Improving corruption conditions

Anonymous said...

The city is reminding folks that our trash services are basically on par with Venezuela.

Anonymous said...

Daniela doesn't talk to black guys. Unless they drive a Lamborghini.

Anonymous said...

Ass for the masses.

Anonymous said...

The Army, in Need of Recruits, Turns Focus to Liberal-Leaning Cities

“We want to go into Boston, Pittsburgh, Kansas City,” Maj. Gen. Frank Muth, the head of Army Recruiting Command, said.