Sunday, March 03, 2019
Sunday Snowmageddon Shut Down: Evidence Of Kansas City Infrastructure FAIL
It looks like the snow won't be abominable as first predicted but it has shut down KCMO nevertheless.
And once again we offer this reminder and fact check for the local discourse . . .
OTHER MAJOR AMERICAN CITIES DON'T SHUT DOWN OVER A FEW INCHES OF SNOW!!! ONLY KANSAS CITY CONFRONTS STREET AND ROAD CRISIS AMID EVERY WINTER WEATHER EVENT!!!
This begs the question . . .
WHY CAN'T WE BRAVE THE SNOW??? BECAUSE KCMO HAS FOCUSED ON DEVELOPER GIVEAWAYS FOR THE PAST 8 YEARS WHILST STREETS AND PUBLIC WORKS INFRASTRUCTURE HAVE DECAYED INTO GARBAGE!!!
There's more than enough blame to go around but so far very few politicos or authorities have stepped up to offer a solution or take responsibility during this election season.
And so, local biz, churches and people will spend most of this day indoors because Kansas City can't function in the snow.
Brief aside . . . Anyone who values liberty should dislike authorities telling people to stay inside and off the streets. Of course police are just doing their job when giving this warning. Caution and public safety are on their side. But telling the public to stay indoors just feels like practice to control justifiable civil disobedience. In the end, THE STREETS BELONG TO THE PEOPLE and the warnings about road conditions are important, factual and welcomed but in the end it's just info and the public is free to operate at their own risk and realize that resources to help or protect them are limited - This is true in a myriad of situations beyond snow talk and something the public is better off realizing sooner rather than later.
But I digress . . .
Fact is, most of KCMO would be wise to hide under a blanket or behind a huge bowl of soup today.
Accordingly . . .
CHECK THE KANSAS CITY SNOW SUNDAY SHUT DOWN WEATHER NEWS AND REALIZE 12TH & OAK HAVE FAILED TO PROTECT VOTERS FROM TYPICAL MIDWESTERN WEATHER!!!
Fox4KC: Dozens of metro churches closed Sunday morning ahead of winter storm
KMBC: Accumulating snow, frigid wind chill impacting KC
WDAF: Joe’s Weather Blog: Snows move away this morning (SUN-3/3)
Developing . . .