Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Kansas City Touts Big 12 Hype

This cowtown has spent BILLIONS on attracting d-bags from Iowa who will likely have a couple of beers, eat a hot dog and then zone out watching b-ball. Meanwhile the local economic impact is often overstated. An exemplar:

Downtown restaurants bank on Big 12 tourney for strong sales

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - For the tenth year in a row, Kansas City will welcome Big 12 Conference fans to the Sprint Center. The games tip-off on Wednesday and preparations have been underway downtown and at area businesses. "March is definitely our month," Josie Hunter, general manager of Homeslice Pizza and Pints, said.


Anonymous said...

So what if people exercise their freedom and the fruits of their labor to go about their lives to do things they want to do, even if you are. constantly pathological about finding faults with it? Why are people doing stuff of their own free will, not bothering you or any of your disciples, so worthy of your contempt and name calling?

Anonymous said...

Why the fuck are you here? This is what Tony does.

Anonymous said...

Question is: Does he really think this way of people or is it “what can I say to piss everyone off?”

No rational sane person can have the kind of incessant pathological contempt for things such as (but not limited to):
The streetcar
PL District
People who live and go downtown
Some guy with MODOT who is getting stalked by his readers in the comments
The Royals, Chiefs
The suburbs

What else???

Honest conversation or internet trolling?

Anonymous said...

The only week of the year when homosexuals are a minority downtown. The only week when the queers stop swishing around and try to hide their moral deficiencies.

Anonymous said...

If you are over 30 and show up at these bars you are a looser.